The Castle Rock Police Department uses key holder information in instances of alarm activations or possible criminal activity. It is beneficial for officers to be able to contact an authorized party to gain access to the business or ensure the business is properly secured.
What is a key holder?
A key holder is a person who has been given authority to access a business. These parties can be business owners, employees or other trusted sources. Because they have physical access to the business and can reset alarms, they are entrusted as emergency contacts for local police.
Why should my business sign up?
Having key holder contact information on file with CRPD helps ensure a timely response when one is needed. Help CRPD protect your business by having your updated key holder information on file.
This information is used by the department only. It is not disseminated or sold.
How do I sign up?
To sign up for the Key Holder program, fill out our electronic form. If you would prefer to fill out a form and drop it off in person, you may download one.
The Castle Rock Police Department recommends updating your key holder information at least once every two years or if any contact information has changed. To do so, please fill out a new form. For additional questions, please email Dispatcher Rebecca Sinclair.