For Emergencies, Please Call 911
Non-Emergency Number for the Aurora Emergency Communications Center
If you need police or fire assistance, but it’s not an emergency, call this number. This number is staffed 24 hours per day, seven days a week.
Access Aurora is open 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday
Access Aurora is the online system for contacting the city of Aurora about any non-emergency concerns, questions, comments or requests for service.
Neighborhood Par Officer
Area 26 & 27 Officer Shane Ellison
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday from 6:30 AM - 4:30 PM
If it is something that needs immediate police attention please contact dispatch and/or file online and then follow up with Officer Ellison. He is not always at his desk and does not work 24/7 as patrol does. If you call him on a Thursday evening to report a crime in progress he will not see it until Monday morning and then it would be too late to attempt for an officer to make contact. Always best in those cases to let dispatch handle it (303-627-3100) and then follow up with Officer Ellison for support. PAR (Police Area Representatives) officers are responsible for establishing bonds with the community that allow problems to be identified and then prevented or solved. PAR officers have the flexibility to gather citizen input, alter work hours, develop and implement new policing strategies, and bring additional resources to bear on problems that have been identified by the community.
Jen Dubrow - Head Area Coordinator for Areas 26 & 27 (Volunteer)
As Head Area Coordinator for Inspiration she is available to assist in supporting the community in many different regards.
Natalie Johnson - Area Coordinator for Inspiration (Volunteer)
All emergencies should always go through dispatch or 911. Natalie Johnson is a volunteer for the community and can not help with crimes, etc. If you have any concerns, please feel free to contact Natalie Johnson, Inspiration NW Area Coordinator, by email at InspirationNWAC@gmail.com. She also works a full time job and is not readily available at all times for neighborhood issues. Natalie helps to relay vital and relevant information to the community through NextDoor, Facebook, and the Neighborhood Watch email list. Some of this information may be but not limited to: meetings, events, crime metrics, crimes happening in the area, crime tips, and similar. She attends meetings and then forwards any pertinent information back to the community.