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Senior Liaison Police Detective

The City has experienced a significant growth in the number of residents over age 60. Senior citizens have unique public safety concerns.

Senior citizens in Arvada have a police detective assigned to their specific needs. This position was created to identify and provide for the concerns, problems, and service needs of older adults.

Senior Liaison Role

  • Educate seniors in crime trends and crime prevention,
  • Investigate crimes or suspicious activity involving seniors,
  • Provide referral assistance for seniors for a variety of needs.

Contact Your Senior Liaison Detective Chris McCoy 

Senior Liaison Detective C. McCoy

 

You can find Detective McCoy at the North Jeffco Senior Recreation Center every Tuesday from 10 - 11 a.m. You can reach him in the following ways:

  • Phone:  720-898-6724
  • Email:  chmccoy@arvada.org
  • Mail:  Arvada Police Department Criminal Investigations Bureau, 8101 Ralston Road, Arvada, CO 80002

 

Programs for Seniors

  • Lockbox Program: This free program for seniors and at-risk adults provides police, fire, and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) responders with a key to the home in case of emergencies when the homeowner cannot respond to the door.
  • Survive-2-95: a senior safe-driving presentation helping seniors.
  • Colorado Life Trak:  wrist transmitters are available to Alzheimer's patients for tracking in case the person becomes lost.
  • Scam Hotline:  Listen to a recorded message concerning the most recent scams.  Call 24/7: 720-898-6739.
  • Other presentations include senior safety and trust issues, door-to-door cons, and the latest scams and frauds.