The Wheat Ridge Police Department (WRPD - Organization Chart) has 72 sworn officers and 31 civilian personnel commanded by the Chief of Police, serving a resident community of approximately 33,000. We receive about 31,000 calls for service annually.
Exceptional people providing exceptional service.
The Wheat Ridge Police Department is committed to providing the highest standards of service in partnership with the community.
Core Values Integrity: We will maintain integrity in all our actions. Respect: We will treat citizens and co-workers with respect. Courage: We will demonstrate courage to do what is right. Perseverance: We will persevere in the face of adversity. Initiative: We will take initiative to serve and protect.
Sean Gribble was on work release from the Denver County Jail on May 20th 2014. He did not report back to the jail that day, despite almost completing his sentence. Sean was last seen at his mother’s residence in Wheat Ridge. Read on...
Wheat Ridge Police Chief Dan Brennan and the members of the department are proud to announce the department’s recent award of Advanced Law Enforcement Accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). Read on...