Your Local Crime Report for Denver, CO


According to the FBI, there are thousands of crimes committed each and every day. Whether you live in the city or the suburbs, a crime can happen to you. Apart from the physical devastation, it can have a greater impact on your peace of mind. It takes away your sense of security and can make you feel angry, sacred and helpless. However, you can fight back. Armed with the right knowledge, you can take the necessary precautions to ensure you are not a victim.

This is why LifeShield Home Security, in partnership with SpotCrime, provides crime data for your hometown. Unless you are actively involved with your local law enforcement, you probably don’t know the current crime statistics for your neighborhood. With this snapshot you can better understand your surroundings and make better security decisions for your home and family.

There are many different reason people choose Denver as a home.   Denver is in close proximity to many different skiing resorts and even summer mountain excursions.  Denver offers many family activities such as the Denver Zoo, the Museum of Nature and Science, and the Downtown Aquarium.  Many jobs, especially in business and finance are available here as well.   Even with all of its great features, Denver does have its drawbacks.  One of those drawbacks is crime.

According to a recently released Denver Home Security Crime Report released by the Denver Police Department, there were 507 burglaries in the month of May 2012 alone.  This number has increased from May of 2011, in which there were 391 reported burglaries.  Many of these burglaries are occurring in private residences.  Denver residents have a one in 28 chance of becoming a victim of a property crime, compared with a one in 311 chance in the entire state of Colorado.

These crime statistics have alarmed many Denver residents, and left them wondering what can be done to help protect themselves from property crimes.  There are many steps Denver residents can take to help protect themselves against falling victim to property crimes.  One step is as simple as leaving lights on at night and while you are not home.  Another is to purchase, and faithfully use a home security system in your home. 

Having a Denver alarm system, such as the reliable systems offered by LifeShield, can help prevent crimes from happening in your home.  Contact an authorized dealer today to find out more about protecting your home from becoming a crime statistic.


Choosing an alarm system isn’t an easy decision. You may have lots of questions about crime, security and protecting your Denver home. At LifeShield, we believe that you should in order to make the best decision, you need to be informed. Click to see answers to your Denver home security FAQs


Current Crime Statistics within 5 miles of Denver, CO for the past 30 days:
Arrest
Arrest
Arson
Arson
Assault
Assault
Burglary
Burglary
Other
Other
Robbery
Robbery
Shooting
Shooting
Theft
Theft
Vandalism
Vandalism
227 5 277 130 357 51 11 693 249
Data provided by SpotCrime
Assault @ I25 HWYNB / W COLFAX AVE, DENVER  Other Crimes Against Persons. Assault causing minor bodily injury
Other @ I25 HWYNB / W COLFAX AVE, DENVER  Public Disorder. Disturbing the peace
Theft @ 1800 BLOCK OF W JEWELL AVE, DENVER  Larceny. Theft - other
Theft @ 2600 BLOCK OF S SANTA FE DR, DENVER  Theft from Motor Vehicle. Theft of items from a vehicle
Other @ 6400 BLK E COLFAX AVE, DENVER  All Other Crimes. Public order offense - other
Other @ W ALAMEDA AVE / S HAZEL CT, DENVER  Drug & Alcohol. Illegal possession of liquor
Theft @ 7100 BLOCK OF E MISSISSIPPI AVE, DENVER  Larceny. Theft from a building
Other @ 4200 BLOCK OF E COLORADO CENTER DR, DENVER  All Other Crimes. Criminal trespassing
Assault @ 1700 BLOCK OF W MOSIER PL, DENVER  Other Crimes Against Persons. Assault causing minor bodily injury
Burglary @ 4100 BLOCK OF N JASON ST, DENVER  Burglary. Burglary of a business without forced entry