Aspen Police Officer interacting with childrenThe Aspen Police Department serves the unique mountain town and community of Aspen, Colorado. Twenty-four patrol officers, three detectives, six community response officers, and four civilian employees serve our full-time and visiting populations nestled within the four square-miles of the Roaring Fork Valley.

We serve with the guiding philosophy to build consenting relationships within our community and garner mutual trust, and we work to enhance the safety and feeling of security for residents and visitors alike through effective crime prevention and overall care. The public are the police, and the police are members of the public.

We speak Spanish! Se hable español.  

El departamento de policía de Aspen tiene persona que habla español. Por favor llame (970) 920-5400 y pregunte por alguien que hable español.

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Current Aspen Police Department Operations in Response to COVID-19

We are reintroducing non-essential services in a phase approach that is in compliance with the Pitkin County Health Order. 

As we adjust to these changes we are committed to do our best to safely serve the community while complying with State, County, and City orders. 

We apologize for any inconvenience and thank the you for your understanding during this time. Please check back regularly for updates. 

Adjusted Services

The front office will continue to be closed to the public. You may call in from your phone, or from the phone located in our front vestibule. 

Vaccine Resources

Pitkin County Public Health is administering COVID-19 vaccinations in a phased approach. Visit the Pitkin County website for more information or call the COVID-19 Vaccination Infoline at 970-429-3363.