Learn about the past, present and future of the Old North End Neighborhood.
In 2006 the ONEN Board decided to contract with a local security company to provide our neighborhood with additional security patrols to address an apparent increase in burglaries. In 2021 we continue to contract for this service that the Board has determined is an investment worth the ongoing expense to protect our homes and property.
Security Patrols are provided by Raven Security Company:
Security Response Request form
911 Emergency in Progress Burglary taking place
(719) 444-7000 CSPD non-emergency Suspicious person
(719) 444-7666 Homeless outreach assistance Not used for reporting illegal activity
(719) 444-3111 Anonymous Vice/Narcotics tip line
ONEN Security Chairperson – 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.
Security Notifications to ONEN – Notify firstname.lastname@example.org. Security notices will be posted at the earliest possible opportunity on our Facebook page. ONEN residents are encouraged to post security related information on NextDoor to alert neighbors as rapidly as possible. (link)
ONEN Neighborhood Watch – We depend on each resident 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 ONEN safe. If you are interested in joining that effort please contact the ONEN Security Chair at email@example.com.
Colorado College Campus Safety
Campus Resource Officer: 389-7007
Martin Toland, CSPD
Peak Alerts Emergency Notification System – 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 – home, mobile or business phones, email address, text messages, etc.
To register click here.
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. 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.
Security Tips and Other Resources
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