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Trespass Letters

A trespass letter is a tool that businesses can use when someone repeatedly comes to a property after they are asked to leave.  If there is no responsible party on-site at the business when the trespass is occurring, this letter enables law enforcement to act and give the violator a trespass notice.  Trespass letters may not need to be person-specific and may be issued as general letters to cover anyone who is trespassing.

Unincorporated Douglas County – Douglas County Sheriff’s Office
Click here to complete the online form.

Castle Rock – Castle Rock Police Department
Please email Sergeant Kevin Torrens at [email protected] or contact the Castle Rock Police Department’s non-emergency phone number at 303-663-6100.

Lone Tree – Lone Tree Police Department
Please email Officer Scott Howard at [email protected] or contact the Lone Tree Police Department’s non-emergency phone number at 303-799-0533.

Parker – Parker Police Department
For information on the Parker PD Trespass Letter please contact their non-emergency phone number at 303-841-9800.