Security Information

Security Information

Security Contact Info

ONEN Security Patrol

Raven Security Company patrols the Old North End both in cars and on foot seven days a week. Homeowners are encouraged to report suspicious activity at the number or link below. Upon request the security company will also provide a nightly check of your home while you are out of town.  Consider making an extra donation when you pay your annual dues or at any time so that ONEN can continue to provide this valuable service. Donations can be made on the ONEN membership page.

Dispatch 1-800-818-1550
Security Response Request

ONEN Security Chair

This volunteer is the central point of contact for security related concerns and information. They liaison with Block Captains, CSPD and CC Campus Safety to help enhance the security of our neighborhood. If you have any other suggestions to enhance the security of our neighborhood please pass them along. If you are interested in serving in this role we always appreciate new volunteers.

All security notices will be posted immediately on our facebook page.  Neighbors are encouraged to post security related information on nextdoor to alert other neighbors as rapidly as possible.

 ONEN Neighborhood Watch

With a City as large as ours it is not possible for CSPD to be everywhere at all times. We depend on each neighbor to help look after our neighborhood and report suspicious activity. Our Neighborhood Watch program is helping that effort by forming a better connected network of neighbors to keep our neighborhood safe. If you are interested in joining that effort please contact the ONEN Security Chair.

Colorado College Campus Safety

Dispatch:  389-6707
Campus Resource Officer: 389-7007
Martin Toland, CSPD

Letter from CC concerning Student Parties

Colorado Springs Police Dept.

911 (emergency)
444-7000 (non emergencies)
444-3111 (anonymous Vice/Narcotics Info [VNI] tip-line)

Code Enforcement Website

Homeless Outreach Team Website

Phone: 719-444-7666

The CSPD website is full of great information and resources

    • File police reports
    • Report Suspicious Activity
    • File a Code Enforcement Complaint
Map of  CSPD calls to service by address

Emergency Notification System

El Paso County E 911 Logo

Click to sign up for Emergency Notifications

Register your home, work or cell phone number with the Emergency Notification System. Below is more information on the system and how the program works.
To register click here.

The El Paso-Teller County Emergency Notification System is used to alert you of emergency situations that are a threat to life or property, or situations that are deemed dangerous by public safety officials. This may include, but is certainly not limited to, man-made disasters, hazardous materials incidents, missing persons, crime, or neighborhood/business evacuation notifications.
You will receive time-sensitive messages wherever you specify, such as your home, mobile or business phones, email address, text messages and more.

It is important to note that during an emergency you should use as many forms of communication as possible to stay informed. Stay tuned to news broadcasts, radio stations, social media websites, weather radios, etc. Do not put your safety at risk waiting for a phone call/notification to be told what to do. If at any time you feel that you are in danger you should take whatever action you feel is necessary to get yourself to safety.

For problems registering please email:

* It is recommended that you register as an individual rather than as a household as notifications will stop once a user confirms receipt of the message.

Going on Vacation?

Don’t let your home be a target. Take these steps to protect your property:
1. Contact the ONEN Security Patrol Company to request daily checks of your property
2. Ask a neighbor you trust to keep an eye on your home and pick up any unexpected packages and watch for suspicious activity.
3. Leave some lights on inside and outside (or better yet put them on timers)
4. Have the USPS hold your mail. Schedule online:
5. Put your paper on vacation hold
6. Arrange for your sidewalk to be shoveled or grass to be mowed while you are gone to make it harder for people to notice you are gone. Also make sure someone takes in your trash cans if you put them out before you leave.

Security References

   CSPD Vehicle Break In Prevention

   CSPD Home Safety Information

   Security Forum Aug 2012 Handouts

   Suspect Description Form (PDF)

Suspect Description Form

Suspect Description Form-Click to open full size



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