To be the model resort police department
in the country.
To provide our community safety and security through high quality police service.
Partnership, Ownership, Leadership, Integrity,
Character & Excellence
The Department addresses crime, disorder, road safety and quality of life issues through proactive measures, education, enforcement and investigation. Its four divisions include: the Office of the Chief of Police, Operations, Administration and Public Safety Communications Center.
Police Chief Dwight Henninger has been with the town since January 2002 after serving with the Laguna Beach Police Department in California as Captain. (Read a letter from the Chief.)
Vail Police Department jurisdiction includes all of the Town of Vail, from approximately mile marker 172 to 182 on I-70, and all developed areas in the valley with the exception of the Marriott Streamside Condominiums, Creekside Condominiums and the Black Bear Inn.
The Eagle County Law Enforcement Immigrant Alliance.
To learn more about the Eagle County Law Enforcement Immigrant Alliance.
The Vail PD has launched a non-emergency reporting system.
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Search and Report your lost and found items through our web-based system.
Search and find your lost and found items in our web-based system.
Register your Bike, Skis, Boards or Tips Training and more...
Request a copy of a police report in English and Spanish
Request a copy of a Police report in both English and Spanish.
The Town of Vail offers great volunteer opportunities. Click to learn more.
The Town of Vail offers great volunteer opportunities.
The Town has many job opportunities and benefits. See all current openings.
VIN Inspection Announcement: The Vail Police has temporarily suspended VIN inspection service. The security guard at the County Clerk’s Office / DMV in Avon, located at 100 W Beaver Creek Blvd, is continuing to do VIN inspections. No appointment needed on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Hours are 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Please knock on their outer door for service.
Non-Criminal Fingerprints Announcement: The Vail Police is no longer able to provide civil fingerprinting services following the passage of Senate Bill 17-189. Please visit the webpages of the two fingerprinting vendors authorized by Colorado Bureau of Investigations to do non-criminal prints. They have several offices in Eagle and Summit County.
www.identogo.com / www.coloradofingerprinting.com
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