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Safety & Security

Our Commitment to Security

Cherry Creek North is committed to ensuring that this neighborhood is a safe place to live, work, and visit. Cherry Creek North public safety officers work tirelessly to prevent crime and maintain order in the community. We believe that by working closely with residents, business owners, and local law enforcement, we can create a safe and vibrant community for everyone.

Cherry Creek North Public Safety officers also provides businesses with valuable information about emergency preparedness and safety by design and are committed to keeping the Cherry Creek North district a safe and welcoming place for all.

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Our team of dedicated officers provides 24-hour mobile and foot patrols of the district, ensuring the safety and security of all employees, patrons, and residents. We offer courtesy escorts to district employees to their vehicles and conduct door-to-door checks overnight to ensure businesses are properly secured at the end of the day.

Dan Robinson, Site Supervisor

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Meet Dan Robinson, your dedicated Public Safety & Security Officer. Our community's well-being is a shared responsibility. If you see something, don't hesitate to say something. Your vigilance helps us create a safer environment for all. Let's work hand in hand to ensure a secure and thriving community. Your voice matters, and together, we stand strong.

See various Public Safety Programs that are active in Cherry Creek North below:


We invite you to come and meet our local Denver Metro police officers, ask them questions, and have a friendly chat over a cup of coffee! This event provides a great opportunity to get to know our officers and learn more about their daily work in keeping our community safe. You can ask them about their experiences, the challenges they face, and their perspectives on various issues.

Interested in attending? Email Director of Operations, Richard Barrett at


Our Monthly Safety Working Meeting, on the third Thursday of every month, is an opportunity for community members and local law enforcement to come together to discuss safety issues in the community. This meeting provides a space for open dialogue and collaboration on how we can work together to create a safer environment for all. Topics of discussion can range from crime prevention strategies to emergency preparedness plans. By working together, we can ensure that our community is prepared and resilient in the face of any safety challenges.

Interested in attending? Email Director of Operations, Richard Barrett at


The Business Watch Program is a partnership between the Denver Police Department and local business owners to increase the security of businesses and reduce crime in the community at large. Efforts of the partnership focus on crime prevention and awareness. Business Watch is meant to complement a business's already existing best safety practices.

Upcoming Business Watch meeting date: Thursday, May 23rd

Location: Starbucks at 3rd & Columbine St.

Space is limited. Please RSVP to Director of Operations, Richard Barrett at

Collaborating with the Denver Police

We work closely with the Denver Police to ensure the continued safety and security of the district by providing exceptional customer service to all. Our officers conduct welfare checks on individuals who may need emergency services or assistance and respond to calls of public disturbance, working to de-escalate the situation.


The Denver Police Department has created a "Report Card" to help further educate guests about how to proactively protect their valuables and belongings.

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