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Aspen Police Releases 2021 Records Report
Aspen, Colo. – Tuesday, February 15, 2022 – The Aspen Police Department released their 2021 Year in Review, an annual report that summarizes their response records for services provided to the Aspen community in 2021, select achievements from 2021, and priorities for 2022.
The report highlights the work of policing in Aspen, with the support and quality service provided by the Aspen Police Department and those that inspire them through this work. According to Richard Pryor, Chief of Police, “Every person has a role to play in helping keep our community safe, in supporting those who are struggling with their situation, and in finding ways to resolve conflict and improve our town.”
In 2021, Aspen Police responded to an increase in service calls compared to 2020. This uptick in response calls is believed to be attributed to lessened COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines, as well as visitor and resident growth. Figures include:
Looking ahead in 2022, the Aspen Police Department will increase its focus on succession planning and career development, as well as initiatives that support community mental health.
For the complete report, visit AspenPolice.com.
Contacts: Linda Consuegra, Assistant Chief of Police, Aspen Police Department, 970-274-4102, Linda.Consuegra@aspen.govDenise White, Communications Director, City of Aspen, 970-765-1391, Denise.White@aspen.gov