Police Transparency

The goal of the Littleton Police Department (LPD) is to make Littleton the safest city in the country, and the only way to achieve that is in partnership with our community. Trust and transparency are critical components of any healthy, sustainable relationship. LPD wants to ensure that information is readily available about all topics of interest and concern to our community. Below is information, links, and policies that define LPD's processes, philosophies, and accountability measures.

Statistical Summaries of Disciplinary Investigations

Accreditation Performance Feedback

The Littleton Police Department (LPD) is proud to be accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). This accreditation demonstrates the LPD’s commitment to professional excellence in policy and practice. The reaccreditation process takes place every four years and requires an extensive review including a week-long, audit by outside assessors. LPD received its 6th accreditation in spring of 2022.

The CALEA commission provides an opportunity for individuals to provide feedback, comments, commendations, and other information regarding LPD’s quality of service or other information relevant to the accreditation process through an Accreditation Performance Link.

Anti-Bias Training

As a CALEA accredited law enforcement agency, all Littleton Service employees are required to complete anti-bias training each year. This training includes legal aspects and an examination of the patterns, practices, and protocols that result in bias-based policing/profiling. LPD will investigate citizen complaints of bias-based policing/profiling in the same manner by which other complaints regarding an officer's conduct are investigated. LPD personnel determined to be in violation of this policy will be subject to disciplinary actions. View 608-Bias-Based Policy

Body Worn Cameras

Body-worn cameras are valuable tools that provide an added layer of accountability for both law enforcement and the people they serve. In the summer of 2022 LPD began the implementation of body-worn cameras for all sworn personnel. View 1102-BWC Policy.

Conduct and Complaints 

LPD employees work to provide professional and compassionate services to everyone they encounter. All employees are expected to treat colleagues and community members with respect and integrity. LPD welcomes feedback, both positive and negative, from community members regarding the conduct of employees. To make a comment or complaint, visit the Police Contact Form page. The Investigation/Support Services Division Chief is responsible for the collection, confidentiality and maintenance of records relating to grievances. These records are maintained in the department's Internal Affairs investigation files. View 305-Grievance Procedures Policy.