The Colorado Springs Police Department's Strategic Information Center uses technology to keep up with the many ways criminals conduct their illegal activities. This profile appeared Jan. 10, 2018.


The Colorado Springs Police Department's Stetson Hills Division is responsible for protecting about 54 square miles and almost 160,000 people. The division patrols more than 620 street miles. This profile appeared Feb. 14, 2018.


Responding to and investigating accidents along 5,688 lane miles of roads in Colorado Springs is the responsibility of the Colorado Springs Police Department's Divisional Accident Unit. This profile appeared March 14, 2018.


Protecting the community's trust in the Colorado Springs Police Department is the responsbility of the department's Internal Affairs Section. This is done by investigating complaints against department members and reviewing department policies and procedures. This profile appeared April 11, 2018.


The Colorado Springs Police Department's Falcon Division "strives to provide responsive services to our community," said Cmdr. Jeff Strossner. The division's officers rely on collaboration to accomplish that goal. This profile appeared May 9, 2018.


The Fiscal Services Unit provides fiscal accountability for the Colorado Springs Police Department. It's a responsibility that'a "hard to overstate," according to Deputy Chief Mark Smith. This profile appeared June 13, 2018.


One of the busiest stations is the Colorado Springs Police Department's Sand Creek Division. Responsible for protecting the city's southeast neighborhoods, the division will soon move to a new and much larger facility better suited to served the community. This profile appeared July 11, 2018.


The Colorado Springs Police Department's Human Resources Section supports almost 1,000 sworn and civilian department employees. The HR Section includes three units: recruiting and advancement, employee services, and court liaison. This profile appeared Sept. 12, 2018.


The Gold Hill Division patrols almost 44 square miles and more than 515 street miles in the city's southwest quadrant. Additionally, Gold Hill officers and civilian staff are responsible for the department's Homeless Outreach and Downtown Area Response teams. This profile appeared Oct. 10, 2018.