Longmont Police - What's New
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHILDREN'S BOOK - The much-anticipated children's book addressing domestic violence, written by Longmont Police Detective Sara Pierce, is now available. For more information about the book, how to order, events and news.
Subscribe and Receive E-mail Notification of Colorado Sexually Violent Predator Release
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation's (CBI) Sex Offender Registration Unit has implemented an email notification program system to notify the public when a Sexually Violent Predator is released in Colorado.
To subscribe and receive these E-mail notifications, access the CBI website at http://www.sor.state.co.us, scroll to the bottom of the page, and answer one of the questions in the securities boxes at the bottom of the page. In the blue CBI E-Alerts box enter the E-mail address where you would like the notifications sent and press the submit button.
(LPD) SEEKING VOLUNTEER VICTIM ADVOCATES - Applicants must have an open, non-judgmental attitude as well as good communication skills. The department is seeking those with a genuine concern and empathy for victims of crime and survivors of sudden or violent deaths regardless of the circumstances. Volunteers must make a one-year commitment, attend monthly meetings and be on-call one week per month. A training course is provided. Must be 21 and live in the Longmont city limits. Applications and additional information are available online, in the lobby of the Longmont Police Department, or interested parties may contact the LPD Victim Advocate Coordinator at (303)651-8855.
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