Neighborhood Watch Events
Cherry Creek East is part of Denver Police Department's (DPD) District 3.  District 3 currently hosts the following monthly events. 
  • Denver Police District 3 Monthly Coffee with A Copy Event:  First Wednesday of every month from 10am - 12noon.  This event is hosted at Nixon's Coffee House at 695 E Louisiana Ave.  Stop by to say Hello and talk with your local law enforcement team about topics that matter to you in a casual atmosphere.  For more information on this event, you may contact Officer Young @
  • Monthly Community Meetings with COMMANDER BELL:  Learn about crime stats and trends that affect our local neighborhoods.  This monthly meeting is Hosted by Commander Bell,  DPD District 3 Community Advisory Board (CAB) and law enforcement leadership.  It is typically scheduled the first Wednesday of each month starting at 6pm and hosted at the District 3 Station located at 1625 S. University Blvd. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to participate! Community Resource Officers are available at 5pm to answer your questions prior to the meeting.  If you can't make it early, there will be an opportunity for question and comments at the end of the meeting
    • NOTE:  Community Meetings with Commander Bell are typically held at 6pm the first Wednesday of each month with the following exceptions:  August, holidays and voting.
DPD Suggested Safety Goals for 2024:
Register your vehicle with The DenverTrack.  This program works with the vehicles’ GPS systems to track stolen vehicles in real time. The program requires vehicle owners to preauthorize Denver Police access to the manufacturer's GPS service (e.g., OnStar, etc.) in the unfortunate event that their vehicle is stolen. If the vehicle is stolen, when the vehicle owner calls police to report the theft, DPD can then track the vehicle in real time with the goal of locating and returning the vehicle to the owner and arresting the suspect.
Click HERE to register your vehicle & preauthorize Denver Police access to your manufacturer's GPS service.
Sign up for Reverse Emergency Notifications. The City & County of Denver has released Reverse Emergency Notifications to notify residents when there is an emergency in their neighborhood.  Click HERE to create an account and sign up for Reverse Emergency Notifications to receive alerts via voice call, text, or email when there is an emergency in your neighborhood.
Plan ahead for Emergencies! Create a safety profile through Smart911 and receive faster help in emergency situations. Important information might include family members/children at your residence and/or # of pets in your home.