GJPD Launching Public Survey- Asking For Community’s Thoughts On Police Service in GJ #GVCopBeat

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DSC_1793_cropThe Grand Junction Police Department is asking Grand Junction residents to participate in a brief survey to help us gauge the community’s feelings about police service in our city.  The GJPD has teamed up with Colorado Mesa University students in the Department of Business, who will conduct the survey.

Click here to take the short survey.

“Although our employees work very hard to provide the best police service possible, it’s important that we periodically survey our community to be sure that is their perception as well,” said Police Chief John Camper.

The GJPD will use the information to help us determine if we need to make changes in how we operate and to help us plan for future law enforcement needs.

Chief Camper adds, “This survey will also allow us to make sure that we are prioritizing our activities in a way that reflects the needs and desires of our citizens.”

The CMU students will administer the survey.  The link above will allow you to take the survey online.  CMU students will also be at various public places and events, asking residents who may not have access to the online version to fill out a paper version of the survey.

Those conducting the survey WILL NOT BE MAKING PHONE CALLS.  If you receive a phone call from anyone indicating they are conducting a survey on our behalf, it is not legitimate and do not provide them with any information.

26 1/2 Road Fire Update 

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The fire at 26 1/2 Road and G Road has been contained. The Grand Junction Fire Department and the Grand Junction Police Department will be conducting a joint investigation into the cause of this fire. 

The BLM and Grand Junction Fire Department will be doing a walk through of the fire ground on July 5, to search for additional evidence. 

All residents of the area have been notified that the potential for evacuation has been relieved with the containment of the fire. Additional information will be released as it becomes available. 

26 1/2 Road and G Rd. fire

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The Grand Junction Fire Dept, Police Department, Mesa County Sheriffs Office and the BLM are currently fighting a brush fire bounded on the South by G Road, the North by G 1/2 Road, the East by 26 1/2 Road and the West by 26 Road. There are no mandatory evacuations at this time. Additional information will be released as it becomes available.  

The cause of this fire is still under investigation.

Fireworks Safety #GVCopBeat #MesaCountySheriff #GrandJunctoinFire

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Please have a safe Fourth of July and remember, be considerate of neighbors while celebrating.

A Refreshing Treat for GJPD Bike Patrol #GVCopBeat #ShareGJ #CopsLoveLemonadeStands

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GJPD Bike Patrol Officers Kaila and Kelli stopped off to get a refreshing glass of lemonade to support these two little entrepreneurs while out on patrol yesterday. In this hot weather, it’s important to stay hydrated…lemonade always seems to do the trick. :)

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Sexually Violent Predator Community Notification #GVCopBeat #MesaCounty

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A sexually violent predator has moved to the Grand Junction area. His name is Christopher Ray Stubblefield.

This VIDEO includes everything you need to know about him and other important information.


Vehicle Vs. Bicycle Crash at 7th and Ute Ave #GVCopBeat #GVTraffic 

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The Grand Junction Police Department has responded to a report of a vehicle vs. bicycle at the intersection of 7th Street and Ute Avenue. Traffic is currently being diverted and the intersection is closed. Please avoid the area, we will post more information as it becomes available.



At this time, Ute Avenue from S. 8th Street to S. 6th Street is closed to traffic as is S.7th Street from Pitkin Avenue to Colorado Avenue.  This crash is being investigated by the Grand Junction Police Department Crash Investigation Team including officers from the Motorcycle Unit and Investigations. The intersection is expected to be opened around 1pm this afternoon.

An initial investigation shows that a male on a bicycle was going North on S. 7th Street at Ute Avenue and was struck by a Pickup truck that was going West on Ute Avenue.  When Fire Personnel arrived on scene, a bystander was doing CPR on the rider of the bicycle.  He was transported by the Grand Junction Fire Department to a hospital and his condition is not known at this time.

Additional information will be released as it becomes available.



S. 7th Street and Ute Avenue are now both open for traffic.  The police department has been notified the rider of the bicycle involved in this crash has died.  Information on his identity is not available but will be released by the Coroner’s Office at a later time.

Additional information will be released as it becomes available.