Eaton Police Department



Personnel


ADMINISTRATION

Chief  Art Mueller - (970) 454-2212 x 102 - armueller@eatonco.org
 
INVESTIGATIONS - SUPERVISION 
 
Detective - Sgt. Kevin Sturch - (970) 454-2212 x 101 - ksturch@eatonco.org
Sergeant Thomas Suter - (970) 454-2212 x 107 - tsuter@eatonco.org
Corporal Craig Loos - (970 454-2212 x 108 - cloos@eatonco.org

PATROL STAFF
 
Pat Carey - (970) 454-2212 x 104 -pcarey@eatonco.org 
Susan Daigle - (970) 454-2212 x 133 - sdaigle@eatonco.org
Ryan Shippy - (970) 454-2212 X 134 -  rshippy@eatonco.org
Dakota Meabon - (970) 454-2212 x 131 - dmeabon@eatonco.org 
Matthew Rundle - 970- 454-2212 x 130 - mrundle@eatonco.org 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT - COURT CLERK


Lori Meabon - (970) 454-2212 x 100 - lmeabon@eatonco.org

Hours of Operation


The Eaton Police Department is a 24 hour operation with officers on duty round the clock to assist you.  Our business office is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. excluding weekends and holidays.  VIN checks are available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  There is a ten dollar charge for this service, payable in advance.  No VIN checks are conducted after 5:00 p.m. or on weekends.  The Eaton Police Department does not offer fingerprinting services.  Persons needing to be fingerprinted should go to the Weld County Jail, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  There is a ten dollar charge and proper identification is required.  The jail is located at 2110 "O" Street in Greeley.

The telephone numbers for the Eaton Police Department are (970) 454-2212.  Faxes may be sent to (970) 454-3648.  For emergency calls please dial 9-1-1.  For non-emergency calls 24 hours a day, residents should call (970) 454-2212.  After 5:00 p.m. and on weekends and holidays your call will be answered by a Weld County Dispatcher, who will dispatch an Eaton Officer to assist you. 

Curfew Hours


It is unlawful for any minor who has not reached his or her sixteenth birthday to be or remain upon any streets or alleys or other public places within the Town, or to remain in any establishment open to the public generally within the Town, between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m., except:

(1)  When accompanied by a parent, guardian or other person having legal care or custody of such minor; or

(2)  For lawful employment;

(3)  When such minor is in the custody of and accompanied by a person who has reached his or her eighteenth birthday and who has in his or her possession the written consent of such parent, guardian or other person having legal care or custody of such minor.

Animal Control


Officers of the Eaton Police Department respond to animal control issues within the city limits of Eaton.  However, the department does not do enforcement on felines.  The department has cat traps available for residents to use on a first come basis.  Traps may be checked out at the police department for up to a week at a time.  Please call (970) 454-2212 to see if the traps are available.  It is the responsibility of the resident capturing a cat in a trap to transport the animal to the Weld County Humane Society or a veternarian of their choice.

Dogs captured by the Eaton Police Department are housed at the Eaton Animal Den located at 231 S. Elm Ave.  Residents who think their dog might have been picked up by the the police may either call the police department at (970) 454-2212 or the Animal Den at (970) 454-3353.

Police Patch Collectors


The Eaton Police Department does not wear patches on our uniforms, therefore, patches are not available for trade.

Vehicle Lockouts


Due to liability reasons, the Eaton Police Department does not unlock vehicles with keys left inside.  There are numerous lock smiths and wrecker companies in the area that are equipped to assist you.  Should a child be locked in a vehicle, the police department should be called immediately. Officers will respond and take appropriate action in this event.  The Eaton Police Department does not recommend any one wrecker company or lock smith for the purpose of unlocking your vehicle. 

Trailer Parking Permits


Trailer parking permits are available at the Eaton Police Department should residents need to park a trailer on the street in front of their residence.  Parking permits will be issued for up to 72 hours by the department.  Residents will need to have the license number of the trailer when applying for a permit.

Public Information Officer


Media outlets requesting information regarding a specific case being handled by the Eaton Police Department should contact the Public Information Officer (PIO).  The designated PIO is Chief Art Mueller. Chief Mueller may be reached by calling (970) 454-2212, extention 102. 

Eaton Municipal Court


The Eaton Municipal Court may be reached by calling (970) 454-2212 and asking for Court Clerk Lori Meabon.  Defendants wishing to request a continuance or wishing to pay a fine should speak with Ms. Meabon at extention 100.  Eaton Municipal Court holds sessions on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of each month in the auditorium of the Eaton Town Hall at 223 1st Street.  Court begins at 1:30 p.m. with check-in at 1:00 p.m.  The Municipal Judge is Thomas Hellerick and the City Attorney is Russ Anson.

Snow Removal


Eaton Municipal Code - Section 14-1-1

It shall be the duty of any person or persons actually occupying or using premises as owner, lessee or tenant thereof, within the corporate limits of the Town of Eaton, to keep the public sidewalk contiguous to the premises and grounds so occupied or used free and clear of all snow and ice, and it shall be the duty of such person or persons to remove all snow from said sidewalks within twenty-four (24) hours after the snow has fallen.
 

Complaints or Compliments


The Eaton Police Department welcomes your comments regarding traffic stops and other contacts between you and the Department.  Please call (970) 454-2212 and ask to speak with either Chief Art Mueller or Sergeant Kevin Sturch.  Your identity and any comments that constitute a complaint will be kept confidential unless you desire further action.

Protect Yourself and Your Property


All of us can remember a time when you could leave your house and car unlocked and even leave the keys in the ignition.  Sad to say, those days are gone. 

Eaton Police Department has the following recommendations for residents when it comes to their personal property:

1.  Lock all of your doors, both when gone and at home. 

2.  Do not leave your car unlocked.  Make sure you remove personal items from view and place them in the trunk of your vehicle.

3.  Close your garage door.  An open door invites your property to be stolen.

4.  When going on vacation, notify the police department.  We will check your property daily.

5.  Notify the police immediately, if you see someone hanging around your neighborhood that you don't know. 

6.  Never feel that you are bothering us by calling in a suspicious person or vehicle.  We have officers on duty 24 hours a day.
Just because we live in a smaller city doesn't mean that we are immune from crime.  Together we can make Eaton a safer place to live.

30 safest cities in Colorado
SAFEWISE NAMES EATON AS THE SECOND SAFEST CITY IN COLORADO:
Violent Crimes per 1,000: 0.88
Property Crimes per 1,000: 0.44


Officers Available for Speaking Engagements


Eaton Police Officers are available to speak to your service club or organization.  Officers will be glad to present a program to inform you about the police department, our policies and procedures when handling calls for service and how the police department can better serve the needs of our community.  If you would like an officer to speak to your group, call (970) 454-2212 and speak with Chief  Art Mueller.

Employment with Eaton Police Department


The Eaton Police Department accepts resumes and applications only when there is a position to fill.

Job announcements are placed on the Town of Eaton website, CCIC Job Finder, as well as area newspapers.  Any resumes submitted to the Eaton Police Department, when no position is available, will be discarded.

The Eaton Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Automated External Defibrillators


Eaton Police Cars are equipped with state of the art Automated External Defibrillators (AED's), which are devices that treat the most common cause of sudden cardiac arrest by delivering an electric shock to a persons body.

What an AED treats is an abnormal heart rhythm called Ventricular Fibrillation (or V-Fib) that causes the heart to stop circulating blood.  V-Fib is a heart condition in which the heart quivers instead of mechanically pumping the blood throughout the body.  The most effective treatment for V-Fib is CPR and use of a defibrillator.

Automated External Defibrillators are designed to allow anyone to use them regardless if they have been formally trained on their operations.  AED's accomplish this through use of voice instructions, pictures and prompts.  An AED will only deliver a shock if indicated and is safe when used correctly.

All Eaton Police Officers are trained in the proper care and use of Automated External Defibrillators.  Officers respond on every heart related medical emergency.

Eaton Police Department - 2013 Statistical Highlight Report



2013 Eaton Police Cases - 13.06446

Abandonded Vehicles - 13
Animal Attacks - 3
Assault - 11
Burglary - 12
Code Enforcement - 324
Controlled Substance - 52
Criminal Mischief - 52
D.U.I. - 12
Disorderly Conduct - 10
Forgery/Fraud - 32
FTA Warrant Arrest - 36
Harassment - 16
Identity Theft - 21
Menacing - 3
MV Theft - 2
Obstructing Police - 10
Other Crime Against Society - 35
Robbery - 2
Sexual Assault Crime - 16
Sexual Offenders - 11
Theft - 59
Traffic Accidents - 68
Trespassing - 17











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