Police

Contact Info

Frisco Town Hall

1 East Main Street
Frisco, CO 80443 United States

Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm

Frisco Police Department

Frisco Police Department
Emergency- 911, Non-Emergencies- 970-668-8600, Office- 970-668-3579

Message from the Chief

Welcome to the Police Department section of the Town of Frisco’s website. We appreciate your interest in our department and services.

Our Mission Statement reads, “Our commitment is to protect life and property, maintain order, and enhance our community’s quality of life by working closely with our citizens.” As important is our Value Statement which reads, “Police others as you would have others police you.” I talk about this because we believe respecting everyone we meet is of the utmost importance. I want to thank every member of our organization for carrying out this vitally important value.

Frisco does have one of the lowest crime rates in the state of Colorado, however, as citizens please take all of the necessary precautions to protect your family and property. As simplistic as this sounds, please lock your doors at night for added security.

We invite you to become involved with Frisco Police Department because no law enforcement agency can solve crime or quality of life issues alone. Respectful police community relationships, communication and involvement are paramount to our success. If there is anything we can assist you with please contact us at 970-668-3579.

Departmental Philosophy

The Frisco Police Department is committed to a community policing philosophy. Community policing is a philosophy, management style, and organizational strategy that promotes proactive problem solving and police-community partnerships to address the causes of crime and fear as well as other community issues.

Community policing provides decentralized, personalized police service to the community. It recognizes that the police cannot impose order on the community from the outside, but that people must be encouraged to think of the police as a resource that they can use in helping to solve contemporary community concerns.

Staff

Tom Wickman- Chief of Police

Sean Koppels- Sergeant

Walter Mahone- Detective

Neil Brown- Officer

Jonathan Diurba- Officer

David (DJ) Elthorp- Officer

Richard Irwin- Officer

Aaron Johnson- Officer

Brian Lemick- Officer

Janelle Moore- Officer

Timothy Robinson- Officer

Kyle Ottinger- Community Service Officer

Janice Pappas- Office Manager

Emily Crawford- Administrative Assistant