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- Community Programs
The Cherry Hills Village Police Department recognizes that effective policing can only be achieved with community involvement. Our community is most safe when citizens are involved in the detection and prevention of crime. Therefore, the purpose of our Community Programs is to train citizens regarding crime and safety, provide ways for citizens to easily communicate with the department, and build relationships with individuals and groups in the community. We encourage you to use these programs to become involved in preventing crime and increasing safety in your neighborhood.
Citizen Ride-Along Program
The Ride-Along Program provides interested citizens with an insight into the operations of the department.
Drug Take-Back Events
The Cherry Hills Village Police Department participates in prescription drug take-back events.
Extra Patrol Program
The Police Department's Extra Patrol program is a community program that provides increased police patrol and/or enforcement activity at a specific location or localized area due to a specific problem, such as: threats, harassment, criminal occurrences, or traffic complaints.
The Police Department's Housewatch program is a community program that allows citizens to request additional police patrol of their unoccupied residential property due to vacation, relocation or other absence of the residence.
Registered Sex Offenders
The purpose of this page is to provide the citizens of Cherry Hills Village with information about Registered Sex Offenders living in the Village.
Special Needs Registry
The Cherry Hills Village Police Department Special Needs Registry is a database containing information about individuals in the Village with special needs who may require assistance in the event of a disaster.
As a victim, you may be experiencing injury, loss, confusion, and disruption of your life. Feelings of shock, fear, vulnerability, anger, and frustration may result.