The City of Durango is partnering with neighboring communities in La Plata and Archuleta counties to support online reporting of Public Health Order (PHO) non-compliance. Please use the "report incident" button above and your complaint will be routed to the proper jurisdiction.
Online Reporting for Other Non-Emergency Incidents
Use our online reporting service to report an incident such as Property Damage, Lost Property, Telephone Harassment, or Theft. For non-emergency reports, you may also call dispatch at (970) 385-2900. If this is an emergency, please dial 9-1-1.
The Durango Police Department will uphold the Charter of the City of Durango, the laws of Colorado, and the Constitution of the United States. We will serve our diverse community with respect, dignity, integrity, and with the utmost moral and ethical character.
We strive to be the premiere Police Department by embracing the highest standards and best practices. We will develop, retain and invest in the success of our team members. We are committed to reducing crime through innovation and leading-edge technologies.
Through community engagement, we will collaborate with our citizens and local partners to address issues and improve quality of life, making Durango the best place to live, work, and play.
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History of the Durango Police Department (click to enlarge)