The Denver Police Foundation (DPF) is a Colorado nonprofit, charitable organization created to enhance public safety and law enforcement in the Denver Community. Its mission is: to act as an independent and unique resource for the Denver Police Dept. by providing resources to:
As a non-profit charitable organization, the DPF can accept contributions that are fully tax-deductible. Donors may request that contributions be used for needs identified by the Foundation or for specific purposes and programs. Requests for anonymity from donors are honored. All donors are recognized in DPF materials for their support.
Funds raised support a variety of initiatives important to public safety, crime reduction and an improved quality of life for all residents.
“Welcome to the Denver Police Department. In partnership with the community, we endeavor to deliver high quality public safety services so all people may share a safe and healthy environment.”
On Tuesday, December 12, 2011, Robert C. White was sworn in as the 69th Chief of Police for the Denver Police Department.
Friday, April 19, 2013
11:30 am — 1:30 pm Program at Noon
The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa
This is our official ceremony recognizing officers who protect us every day.
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The Denver Police Foundation joins the Denver Police Department and all of the Denver Community in mourning the loss of our fine officer, Celena Hollis. We include our thoughts and prayers for her family, friends, and fellow officers.
Celena Hollis Memorial Fund
Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement
Federal Credit Union
700 W. 39th Avenue
Denver, CO 80216
This is the fourth video in the Denver Police Foundation’s “We Make A Difference, Everyday” series.