The Kersey Police Department is located
The Kersey Police Department handles approximately 5,000 calls for service annually. The department maintains a fleet of 5 vehicles. Officers in the Department operate on a 12-hour schedule providing maximum coverage of the Town of Kersey, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Dispatch services are provided by contract through the Weld County Communications Center.
Working with the public we serve, the Kersey Police Department maintains order, protects our community and prevents crime by delivering prompt, professional and
The Town of Kersey is a safe place to live, work and play.
We proactively enforce laws and engage in crime prevention through collaboration with the community and with public and private organizations.
Service with Integrity We are proud to provide professional service in a manner that is fair, courteous, responsive, efficient and effective.
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We value all members of our organization and create an environment that encourages teamwork,
Get animal control information for the Town of Kersey including pet licensing, reporting animals, etc.
Door-to-door sales soliciting is permitted within the Town of Kersey if the salesperson has a Town of Kersey Permit and Sales Tax License.
The Kersey Police Department provides residents fingerprinting services.
Crime Stoppers assists law enforcement agencies in identifying criminals and the crimes they have committed or will commit against the citizens in northern Colorado.
The Kersey Police Department participates in the Sex Offender Tracking and Registration (SOTAR) Program.
The State of Colorado requires a certified inspector or a law enforcement agency to inspect the VIN to ensure it matches the vehicle that is being registered and to verify that the number has not been altered or is not fictitious.
Register your bike, and/or report your bike lost or stolen.
Vehicle Impound Information and Application for Vehicle Release.