National Night Out is an annual program designed to acquaint citizens with Fort Lupton's public safety officers and equipment. If you are interested in this annual event please contact our Community Service Officer at 720-466-6152.
Project Child Safe
A program developed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation, distributes millions of firearm safety kits throughout the country. The Fort Lupton Police Department began providing up to three free firearm safety kits per family to local residents through a partnership with Project ChildSafe, the nationwide firearms safety education program from April 12, 2004.
The Senior Safety Program is a plan organized by the Fort Lupton Police Department to give the seniors of the community an outlet where they can directly interact with members of the Police Department. It has been designed for senior citizens living alone. In the program, police employees will periodically check on seniors who may be having chronic health or locomotion problems. If you wish to participate, or know someone who might, please call Community Services Officer at 720-466-6152.
If you are interested in becoming an explorer and are between 14-20 years of age, please call 303-857-4011.
If you need to get fingerprinted, you can make an appointment with our Community Service Officer by calling 720-466-6152. You will need to have your own blank card. Do not fill in any information until you are told to do so during your scheduled appointment.