Public Safety Tips

No one wants to think about something bad happening. However, a few minutes spent on prevention might safe a life and protect property.

Use the following safety tips and recommendations to ensure the safety and security of you, your family and your property.

  • In case of fire, medical emergency or other emergency, dial 9-1-1.
  • Have a plan in case you and your children are separated.
  • Take the time to learn the emergency exit routes in your hotel, work and home.
  • Park in well lighted areas.
  • Use the free shuttle buses. Don’t accept rides from strangers.
  • Lock your car.
  • Don’t leave your coat or bag unattended at bars or restaurants.
  • Use attended ski corrals or secured lockers for over-night storage. 

Residential and Business Burglary Prevention

Residential and Business Burglary Prevention

The Department offers vacation security checks where an Officer will check residential and commercial properties in an owner’s absence.  Contact the Vail Public Safety Communications Center at 970-479-2201 to schedule checks.

Eagle County Law Enforcement Immigrant Advisory Initiative

Eagle County Law Enforcement Immigrant Advisory Initiative

Eagle County Law Enforcement and Immigrant Community representatives work together to provide resources and information through education and outreach to build trust and collaboration with the immigrant community.
[Drop Down Text]  Ongoing projects and programs of the Eagle County Law Enforcement and Immigrant Community Initiative have effected great change in the characteristics of crime in Eagle County.

  • Initiative Flyer
  • FAQs in English and Spanish
  • Survey in English and Spanish

Identity Theft

Identity Theft

Avoid becoming a victim of identity theft!  Swindlers go after social security numbers, dates of birth, medicare numbers, addresses, birth certificates, death certificates, passport numbers, financial account numbers, passwords,  telephone numbers, and more. To learn how to minimize your chances of becoming a victim of identity theft, or if you believe you are a victim of identity theft, read the information in the links below.

Safe Winter Driving Tips

See Something/Say Something

See Something/Say Something Campaign

See Something/Say Something is key to early identification of potential threats. Report suspicious activity or abandoned backpacks and suspicious items by calling 877-509-CIAC (2422). In case of emergency, call 9-1-1.

Important Links

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