Running a 24-hour operation means officers write and submit police reports all day, every day. Before they can be finalized, these reports go to our Records Unit for processing.
This incredible unit works nonstop to manage the constant stream of information that comes through their office. This includes report processing, as well as fulfilling public record requests, compiling and submitting data to state and national reporting systems, preparing information for the courts and DA’s Office. These folks assist with many calls from the public and they assist community members coming into the police department and so much more. In short, they're truly some of the most organized people we know, and there's a reason we call them the backbone of our agency!
In addition to their regular work, Records has been preparing for a major regional software improvement happening next month. In order to make sure everything is ready for the go-live date, they have been working diligently to completely catch up with the constant influx of reports. It's a tough task, but our team is clearly up to the challenge: last weekend, eight Records team members came in to do some extra work and finalized 564 reports in a single day!
There are many behind-the-scenes jobs here at FCPS. While often unseen, they play a critical role in serving our community. Thank you!
In the City: Property owners have snow-removal responsibilities in Fort Collins
“Most Coloradoans know that when it comes to snow, preparation is key, and being equipped with an understanding of snow removal responsibilities in Fort Collins should be on your winter checklist.” -Justin Moore, Neighborhood Services Make sure you know before it snows! 👇🏼
Sidewalks in the public right-of-way must be shoveled and sufficiently cleared within 24 hours after any accumulation of snow and ice.
Congratulations to Ann Turnquist and Kirsten Howard for earning PFA the Distingu…
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COVID-19 || Emergency Preparedness and Security
Larimer County’s shift from Safer at Home Level 2 (Yellow) to Level 4 (Red), which is effective today (Tuesday, Nov. 24) at 5:00 p.m., does impact some City facilities and operations. Those changes, beginning this Wednesday, are outlined below and are subject to change. For impacts to Larimer County residents and businesses, please visit larimer.org/health/communicable-disease/coronavirus-covid-19/safer-at-home. ➡️ City of Fort Collins Parks and Recreation‘s Recreation facilities will remain open on existing schedules with a limit of 25 patrons per space, except for pools and gyms which are limited to 10 patrons. Registration is required for all drop-in usage. All sports have been postponed… More
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