The 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 Police Department has teamed up with Colorado Mesa University students in the Department of Business, who will conduct the 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 Grand Junction Police Department 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 Colorado Mesa University students will administer the survey. The link above will allow you to take the survey online. 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.
This week Crime Stoppers is requesting information that will lead to the identification of the suspect involved in a burglary.
Shortly after 2:30 am on Tuesday, June 9th, a video surveillance camera captured an unknown male subject at a home located in the 300 block of Iron Horse
Court. Earlier that same day a subject entered another home located in the 300 block of Red Ridge Court and while inside the residence, the subject removed a women’s large straw purse that had a large black billfold inside and a men’s black wallet both containing personal identification cards, credit cards and cash.
The surveillance photo of the person can be viewed at http://www.241stop.com. If you know the identity or location of the subject involved in this crime, please call Crime Stoppers at 241-7867.
Information reported to Crime Stoppers that leads to an arrest can earn you up to $1,000 cash reward and you will remain completely anonymous. For more information, see us at http://www.241stop.com.
All lanes of traffic are now open.
The Grand Junction Police Department is responding to a four vehicle crash at 29 1/2 Road and North Avenue. All westbound lanes of North Avenue are closed at 29 1/2 Road, as well as one eastbound lane. The Grand Junction Fire Department is also on scene. Please avoid this area if possible.
On Sunday, June 7th an unknown subject stole a wallet from a purse inside a
shopping cart at City Market located at 135 S. Plum Street in Fruita. A credit
card from the stolen wallet was used by the male subject later that day at Target
located at 2424 Highway 6 & 50.
Video surveillance captured a black male with a mustache wearing a black hat, white t-shirt,
grey pants and grey boat shoes. The surveillance photo of the suspect can be viewed
If you know the identity or location of the subjects involved in this crime, please
call Crime Stoppers at 241-7867. Information reported to Crime Stoppers that
leads to an arrest can earn you up to $1,000 cash reward and you will remain
completely anonymous. For more information, see us at http://www.241stop.com.
Around 11:20 this morning, the Grand Junction Police Department and Grand Junction Fire Department was dispatched to Hwy 6 & 50 near 23 Road.
The Grand Junction Police Department is continuing to investigate a two vehicle crash on Hwy 6 & 50 involving two occupants, one in each vehicle. The two occupants sustained unknown, but serious injuries and were transported to St. Mary’s Hospital.
At this time, the cause of the crash is still under investigation and the westbound and eastbound lanes of Hwy 6 & 50 will remain closed for an unknown extent of time. Traffic is still being diverted on 23 and 24 roads.
Please avoid the area if possible, we will post an update when it becomes available.
Both westbound and eastbound lanes of Hwy 6 & 50 are now open.
The Grand Junction Police Department and Grand Junction Fire Department has responded to a serious crash on Hwy 6 & 50 and 23 Road. Currently, the westbound and eastbound lanes of 6 & 50 are closed. Please avoid the area if possible.
Traffic is now being diverted on 24 and 23 Road.