Community safety resources
There are a lot of great resources for families and businesses looking for additional information on how to keep our community safe. Check out some of the links below for valuable information from our safety partners.
Mesa County Unified Sex Offender Map
Knowing where sex offenders live in our community is vital for parents. Look at your neighborhood when planning your child's route to school or to a friend's house. Take time to talk with kids about Stranger Safety and remind them of what to do if they're approached by someone they don't know.
Grand Junction Public Safety Map
Stay up to speed on the crimes happening in your neighborhood with this handy and easy to use map. It allows you to search by various crimes as well as seek out other safety-related items and locations, like city utilities, safety facilities, fire stations, etc.
Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is part of Crime Stoppers USA, the national Crime Stoppers organization. Crime Stoppers USA is a network of local programs that work together to prevent and solve crimes in communities and schools across the nation.
Dedicated to keeping our roadways safe, the Colorado State Patrol's website has invaluable information for all Colorado residents! Learn more about their safety programs, traffic statistics, work zone safety, drunk driving, teen driving safety, and a host of other community outreach programs. We're pleased to count them as one of our partners.
We're proud to work with the Fruita Police Department and their Web site is filled with valuable information for residents there. Use this link for access to information about their school resource officers, records, K-9 Unit, Animal Control, employment and much more.
Crime stats, daily Police Blotter, records, sex offender photos, safety ideas and classes, how to file a report or get a background check done... it's all here. The Grand Junction Police Department offers a variety of community services, including an emergency alert service so residents get updated information about what's going on in their neighborhoods. Thanks for all you do!
Everything you need to know about emergency preparedness, finding inmates/visitation, trending frauds, volunteer opportunities, evictions, neighborhood watches, and a whole lot more. The Mesa County Sheriff's Office website offers information most residents will need at one time or another. We're glad to call them our partners!
A locally founded non-profit dedicated to helping the families of those officers who give their all and die in the line of duty. Aimed specifically at law enforcement officers helping each other, this great non-profit will gladly accept donations from anyone interested in their mission.
Helping children understand the importance of community involvement, speaking up when they see something wrong, and giving them a safe outlet for providing information to school authorities is the basis of our Youth Programs. Without the participation of School District 51, this would be impossible and we're grateful for their partnership and support.