For extensive information on what you should do to protect yourself, visit https://www.windsorpd.com/172/Identity-Theft.
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In case of an emergency, please dial 911.
You can report a non-emergency crime by calling Windsor Police Department at 970-674-6400 or by completing a report online.
You can request a police report online or by calling the Windsor Police Department at 970-674-6400.
You can submit a compliment or complaint by contacting the Windsor Police Department at 970-674-6400 or by submitting a written statement in person at 200 North 11th Street, Windsor.
Refer to the back of your ticket. If you need to request a copy of your ticket, please contact Records.
The Windsor Police Department does not offer fingerprinting services for the general public. You can find additional information and resources for fingerprinting services at https://www.windsorpd.com/177/Fingerprinting.
You will need to bring the vehicle along with paperwork displaying the VIN number such as the vehicle title, previous registration, bill of sale, insurance card, or other official paperwork to the Windsor Police Department. VIN verifications are done on a first-come, first-served basis. Confirm the hours of this service before contacting the department. Town of Windsor residents are provided VIN verification services at no charge. Non-residents will be charged $15, cash or check only. Proof of residency is required.
You can contact the Windsor Police Department non-emergency number at 970-674-6400 to report your dog is missing.
On occasion, Windsor Police Department Community Service Officers and Patrol Officers will pick up dogs found to be roaming without their owner.
If your pet is picked up by Windsor Police Department and has an identification tag, the officer will attempt to contact you. If the lost/found dog is not immediately returned to the owner, the dog will be boarded at Larimer County Humane Society. You can find additional information about lost/found pets on their website.
The town’s ordinances are published and available online via the Windsor Municipal Code Chapter 7.
Door-to-door solicitation is permitted within the Town of Windsor.
If a resident has a "No Soliciting" or "No Trespassing" sign posted at or near the entrance, a salesperson is not permitted to approach the door. Concerns regarding door-to-door solicitation may be considered a criminal trespass offense. There are "No Soliciting" stickers available at Town Hall or Windsor Police Department.
The salesperson must carry the license or a copy of the license on their person when soliciting.
Additional information about trespassing or door-to-door solicitation can be found in Municipal Code.
Visit the Park and Lake Rules page on the town website for information about general park rules, boating, fishing, and more.