HEAD ON OVER FOR TIP-A-COP. Help us support Special Olympics TODAY, Saturday, October 21 from 11am- 8pm. Longmont Police Officers and professional staff will spend the day at Red Robin restaurants serving you! Longmont Police staff will be joined by Special Olympic athletes to provide 100% of the tips you donate to Special Olympics. Red Robin in Longmont is located at Hover and Clover Basin on the southwest side of town.
Worried that your current intimate relationship is affecting your health? You are not alone!
Facts about Domestic Violence and your health:
- Abusive relationships can take a toll on a victim’s physical and emotional well being – lasting long after the relationship ended. A victim may suffer from depression, anxiety, panic attacks and post-traumatic stress disorder. Abuse may also trigger suicide attempts.
- Coping tactics in an abusive relationship include drug/alcohol abuse and eating disorders.
- A survivor may also suffer from chronic pain or other health issues as a result of physical abuse.
- Domestic violence victims who talk to their health care provider are 2.6x more likely to exit an abusive relationship.
For more information on a health care guide for survivors of domestic and sexual violence press here:
If you or someone you know needs could use help with a domestic violence situation please visit:
LongmontDomesticViolence.org or call the Longmont Ending Violence Initiative (LEVI) at: 303-774-4534.
Billingual, 24-hour crisis line, shelter, legal advocacy and counseling – call the Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley at: 303-772-4422.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR AND JOIN US FOR TIP-A-COP. Help us support Special Olympics this Saturday, October 21 from 11am- 8pm. Longmont Police Officers and professional staff will spend the day at Red Robin restaurants serving you! Longmont Police staff will be joined by Special Olympic athletes to provide 100% of the tips you donate to Special Olympics. Red Robin in Longmont is located at Hover and Clover Basin on the southwest side of town.
Theft from an At-Risk Adult & Fraud - At 2:30 pm on September 25, 2017, two males and a female, working together, stole cash and credit cards from a woman’s purse while she was dining at Panera Bread in Longmont. Within the next 90 minutes the trio used the credit cards to purchase over $2,000 in merchandise and gift cards from stores in Longmont and Loveland. They were driving a silver 2017 Nissan Rogue. The Longmont Police need your assistance in determining who these individuals are. Anyone with information on these people can be reported to PST Alison Goodard at 303.651.8555. Reference case number 2017-8679.
It’s fire prevention week! Do you have a home escape plan in place? Every family should, and just like you practice at work and at school, you should do a home fire drill several times a year! For more information, visit www.nfpa.com
ACTIVE LANDLORDS + SAFER PROPERTIES + INVOLVED RESIDENTS = LESS CRIMES. The Crime Free Multi-Housing Program is a FREE program designed to help owners and managers of rental properties to keep drugs and other illegal activity off of their properties. The purpose is to educate the owners and their residents to improve the quality of life in these neighborhoods through the reduction of crime.
POSITION OPENING - LONGMONT PUBLIC SAFETY - PUBLIC SAFETY TECHNICAL SUPPORT. Position #17-0497. Performs technical support associated with deployment of public safety mobile and desktop computers and applications, AVL, antennas, NetMotion and dual factor authentication. Provides technical support and training for public safety and municipal judicial users. https://secure2.longmontcolorado.gov/TrackerWeb/appl.nsf/xJobs.xsp