To the Community We Serve:
The Department experienced another extraordinary year of accomplishments and service to the citizens of the Town of Frederick. Unfortunately, in 2018 our department and community experienced a horrific triple homicide. Although this event was very tragic, our community and police department came together in unity and resolve. This emotional event brought out the best in our employees and strengthened the bond with our community. We were proud to see justice served so swiftly in this case and continue to send thoughts and prayers to the victim’s family.
The Frederick Police Department is accredited through the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), which means the agency is committed to maintaining the highest standards of professional law enforcement service and the use of best practices. I am proud to say our department received CACP Accreditation in 2014 and strives to continue these practices through the hard work and commitment of all our employees.
As I look ahead to 2021, I pledge to the community that their police department will continue to be good stewards of the public trust, dedicated to reducing crime, promoting community engagement and providing the very best possible service to our citizens. I appreciate your continued support and look forward to an even stronger partnership between the department and the citizens we serve. I was appointed to this position in 2017 and it is truly an honor to be your Chief of Police.
The men and women of the Frederick Police Department are committed to providing excellence service. I would like to extend my personal appreciation to the citizens of Frederick, Mayor Tracie Crites, the Board of Trustees, Town Manager Bryan Ostler and the employees of the Town of Frederick for their continued support.
Chief of Police