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Roam Secure Public Notification System - ECALERT
We seek to improve our customer service levels through self-evaluation and feedback from citizens and guests. Please take a few minutes to answer the questions and provide additional comments if desired.
Eagle County Law Enforcement and Immigrant Community representatives work together to provide resources and information through education and outreach to build trust and collaboration with the immigrant community.
[Drop Down Text] Ongoing projects and programs of the Eagle County Law Enforcement and Immigrant Community Initiative have effected great change in the characteristics of crime in Eagle County.
Enter lost and found items into the web-based system used by the Town of Vail and Vail Resorts. Once a potential match of a lost item and its owner is confirmed by our staff, the owner will be contacted. The Vail Police Department is the central repository for items found in Vail. This would cover anything found in the Village or at the base of the mountain area. Vail Resorts Lost & Found stores everything found on the mountain.
Vail Officers volunteer on their days off to patrol the slopes of Vail Mountain with Eagle County Sheriff’s Deputies. Officers and Deputies assist Ski Patrol and enforce the laws – arresting for ducking ropes, drugs, deceptive lift ticket usage, assault, and shoplifting.
A major focus of the Vail Police is the public safety coordination of nearly 100 special events held in Vail annually, such as headliner concerts, dance festivals, major sport events, farmers market, bike races, parades, and end of season mountain parties. Vail Officers are available for hire to work private events when they are off duty. Call 970-479-2201 for more information.
Vail PoliceGeneral Information
Dwight HenningerVail Police Chief
Craig BettisAdministrative Commander
Ryan KenneyOperations Commander
Marc WentworthVail Public Safety Communications Center Director