4800 West 92nd Avenue Westminster, CO 80031

Safety

 

Traffic Information

Our 23-member team includes 10 motor officers, 5 officers assigned to cars, 4 accident investigators, one neighborhood traffic services technician, two sergeants and a commander. The Traffic Services unit encourages all drivers to "Drive Wisely" and to do their part in:

  • Always obeying traffic laws.
  • Don't drink and drive.
  • Avoid distractions such as talking on a cell phone.
  • Always wear your seatbelt and make sure others riding in your vehicle do the same.
  • Share the road with others.
  • Take care of your vehicle.
  • Pay attention at all times.

The Traffic Services Unit Neighborhood Traffic Program allows us to place increased emphasis on strict traffic enforcement and education in residential areas.

Online Traffic Accident Reporting
The Colorado State Patrol provides an online accident reporting form, which can be used during accident alerts, for accidents in parking lots or for hit-and-run accidents with no suspect. The following conditions must be met:

  • Damage under $1,000.
  • No injuries.
  • Vehicles are driveable.
  • Parties have insurance.
  • No suspicion of alcohol/drugs.

Colorado State Patrol Online Accident Reporting

Obtaining a Copy of an Accident Report
Obtain a copy of a traffic accident report using an online service. There is a charge for using this service. You will need the date of the accident, the department case number and a valid credit card to access your report for a quick and easy download.

Obtain a copy of a traffic accident report using an online service. There is a charge for using this service. You will need the date of the accident, the department case number and a valid credit card to access your report for a quick and easy download.

Traffic Accident Report

Driving under the Influence
Drivers who are impaired by alcohol and/or drugs while operating a motor vehicle present a significant threat to the safety and welfare of the public.  Each year many persons are injured or killed by intoxicated drivers. The Westminster Police Department takes a proactive approach to identifying intoxicated drivers and removing them from the city roadways.  If you see a drunk driver help up by dialing 911 or *CSP from your cell phone. 

Additional Resources

Mediation Services

Mothers against Drunk Drivers (MADD)

Teen Driving and Safety

Child Safety Seat Information

National Safety Council

School Zones
Drivers are cautioned to watch for flashing school zone signals. For the safety of our children, please slow down in school zones and residential areas. If you are caught speeding in any school zone area in the City of Westminster while the lights are flashing, your fine will be $215.

 

 

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