Professionalism, Integrity, Transparency
Creating an atmosphere of trust by ensuring community safety through professionalism, integrity and transparency.
If you wish to contact the Police Department, please use the following telephone numbers:
EMERGENCY: CALL 911
NON-EMERGENCY MATTERS: CALL WELD DISPATCH, (970)350-9600, Option 4
Monthly Activity Reports
The 2021 update will be updated monthly. Expect the January report in early February.
Services and Fees
- VIN Inspections: $15 for in town residents, $20 for out of town residents. (No certified VIN inspections available at this time.)
- Records Release: $1 per printed page, $1 per printed photo, $75 for video or electronic copies/packets.
- Fingerprinting: For sexual offenders only.
|Chief of Police||J. Hirokawafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Reserve Sergeant||L. Valenciaemail@example.com|
|Admin Assistant||Shane Tyslanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Formerly the Hudson Marshal's Office, the Hudson Police Department was created in September 2016 and expanded in October 2019 to the department you see today. We serve a community of over two thousand citizens and 2.3 square miles located in Southern Weld County, Colorado. With proper leadership our values of maintaining professionalism, integrity, and transparency are reality. Our department currently consists of the Chief of Police, Sergeant, four full-time patrol officers, two part-time detectives, a part-time Reserve Program Sergeant, a Records/Evidence Manager and an Administrative Assistant.