Report Crime Tip / Illegal Narcotics Activity
Along with providing excellent law enforcement services, we expect the public to police themselves.
To provide a safe method for reporting crime, we have established an anonymous tip reporting system. You may call 719-687-9652 and press the option to leave an anonymous voicemail, or you can fill out the Crime Tip Form.
All submissions are immediately distributed to our investigations unit for follow up.
Contact information is requested, but not required.
Thank you for helping us keep our community crime-free!
If you see something, say something. We all need to be aware of potential threats, and call 911 or tell a law enforcement official if you see something suspicious.
Protecting Privacy and Civil Liberties
Race, ethnicity, national origin or religious affiliation alone are not suspicious. It's only appropriate to report suspicious behavior and situations like an unattended backpack in a public place or someone breaking into a restricted area -- not someone's beliefs, thoughts, ideas, expressions, associations or speech unrelated to terrorism or other criminal activity.
If You See Something, Say Something Campaign
The Teller County Sheriff's Office encourages residents and visitors to always be vigilant and act as Teller County's eyes and ears. If You See Something, Say Something is a national anti-terrorism awareness campaign emphasizing the importance of reporting suspicious activity to law enforcement. Success relies on everyone's joint vigilance to protect Teller County from terrorism by working with each other to prevent attacks. Teller County is a safe community and always should be.
Criminal Activity Potentially Associated with Terrorism or Other Acts of Violence
If you see something suspicious, call 911 immediately. This could include:
- Surveillance, monitoring or recording of activities
- Someone trying to get information about daily operations, security, alarms, access control, HVAC systems, water supply, etc.
- Testing security measures or trying to measure public safety response times to critical infrastructure or key resources, maybe by raising false alarms
- Buying or stealing explosives, weapons, ammunition, uniforms, passes or badges
- A suspicious person who seems out of place
- Rehearsal activities like putting people and resources in position and practicing assaults or attacks
- Moving people and resources into place to commit a violent act
- Suspicious transactions involving large cash payments, deposits or withdrawals