Property and Evidence

Gathering and maintaining property and evidence is essential to law enforcement. In Broomfield, two property/evidence technicians, overseen by a sergeant, ensure that specific standards and directives are met when handling and disposing of property in a timely manner.
Property Evidence - 2014
When the Department comes in custody or possession of property or evidence in the performance of their duties, it is barcoded and properly stored in the restricted access Property and Evidence Room. Bar coding all property ensures it is tracked, audited, and maintained for as long as necessary. At the end of that time, the property is either returned to its owner or disposed.

Unclaimed Property Notice (Lost/Stolen/Abandoned)

Notice is hereby given that the property listed below is being held by the Broomfield Police Department.  If you believe that any of this property belongs to you, you must claim it within 60 days of the date it was posted.  All property remaining unclaimed after 60 days shall become property of the City and County of Broomfield and will be disposed of in accordance with Section 8-24-100 of the Broomfield Municipal Code.  For inquiries, please call the Broomfield Police Department's Property and Evidence Unit at 303.438.6444.

Property/Evidence
Case # Description Location Recovered Date Published
19-15942 Medication 2701 W. 126th Ave. 3/26/19
19-12590 Wallet w/Cards (No Identification) 7 DesCombes Dr 3/27/19
19-12590 Cash 7 DesCombes Dr 3/27/19
19-17956 Bicycle McKay Lake Park 3/27/19
19-18496 Bicycle Interlocken Blvd. 4/1/19
19-18193 Bicycle 10th & Dexter 4/1/19
19-19023 Bicycle Fall Creek Cir 4/3/19
19-21157 Men's Wedding Ring Paul Derda Rec Center 4/12/19
19-21321 Bicycle Arista Place 4/16/19