If you have information and would like to assist in reducing the significant monetary loss of auto theft in our area, please call the Metropolitan Auto Theft Task Force at 303-987-4900. Information to prevent loss of your vehicle and property can be found on our Auto Theft Prevention web page, available in the quick links box on the right. The . MATT's mission is to investigate auto theft-related crimes and prevent auto theft through innovative investigative techniques, agency collaboration, data collection, information-sharing, community involvement/education and cooperative prosecutorial partnerships. MATT works jointly with any agency requiring assistance or investigative expertise. The result of this comprehensive approach is a successful effort addressing the crime of auto theft in Colorado. In 2008, the Denver metropolitan area experienced 76 percent of the statewide auto theft problem. The past few years has seen a significant reduction in the impact of this crime. A primary goal of the task force, set by the governing board of directors and the MATT commander, is to have stolen auto recovery values meet or exceed the allotted CATPA grant amount. MATT has provided two dollars back in investigative service/vehicle recovery for every CATPA grant dollar awarded.
If you have information and would like to assist in reducing the significant monetary loss of auto theft in our area, please call the Metropolitan Auto Theft Task Force at 303-987-4900. Information to prevent loss of your vehicle and property can be found at Crime Prevention - Auto Theft.
Come have a great dinner conversation with your City Council members and the Police Department at Cops, Council and Community. The meetings allow residents to catch up on the latest news about the city and to learn about important topics from the Police Department. The meetings are in the evening, and dinner is provided, so family and friends are invited to attend. Visit this page to get the latest date and time for the meeting involving the part of the city where you live. Cops, Council, and Community (CCC) is a program intended to provide open and honest communication with your city officials and staff. We hope to provide timely, pertinent information about public safety and other issues in your neighborhood as well as hear your comments and concerns.
The topics at this meeting include: