Auto Theft in Denver

Auto theft is on the rise in Denver.  The Denver Police Department (DPD) advises that “approximately 2,345 vehicles were reported stolen [between January 1 and March 15, 2021], compared to 956 during the same period in 2020 – a 145% increase.” DPD has increased its high-visibility patrols to deter theft, but has prevention tips for residents:

  • Lock car doors and roll up windows
  • Remove keys, fobs, and valet keys
  • Park in secure garages when possible
  • Never leave the vehicle running and unattended (puffing)
  • Utilize an anti-theft device, such as a car alarm and/or steering wheel lock
  • Report suspicious behavior

The five most stolen vehicles in Denver currently are the Chevrolet Silverado, Kia Optima, Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata, and Ford F250. All vehicle owners, however, should be vigilant and proactive. 

Another method of theft prevention is to install anti-theft screws to prevent your license plates from being stolen. The DPD station at 1625 S University Blvd is open from 6am-9pm daily and can install these screws, for free, on almost all vehicles except BMW/Mini, Volvo, and Teslas. All you need is proof of Denver residency. Let’s watch out for each other, Lowry!
Anyone interested in talking to the Lowry Foundation about any kind of partnership can contact Jamie Wilms, Executive Director, at; or Barbara Volpe at
Lowry Foundation is looking for local partnerships!
Are you interested in connecting with Lowry Foundation and building stronger relationships within our business community? The Lowry Foundation is currently seeking:

1. Sponsorships of Lowry Foundation events or general organization sponsorships
2. Star Society partners — Lowry businesses offering discounts to other Star Society Members
3. Any other ideas of ways to build partnerships that result in a win/win for the Foundation and a local business.
Celebrate Earth Day in Lowry! Earth Day is April 22; join your neighbors on Saturday, April 17, on the Eisenhower Chapel Plaza. Get your swag and handouts, while supplies last, from 10-2.
Save the date for Wings Over the Rockies' annual fundraising gala, also virtual this year! This year the gala honors Wildfire Warriors who worked so hard in last year's record-breaking fire season.
District 5 Spring Community Town Hall. This meeting will be held virtually on April 29, 6:00 pm-8:00 pm by Councilwoman Amanda Sawyer. The meeting will reflect results from the District Annual Survey indicating that constituents' top concerns are Crime and Safety; Traffic, and Development. Click here to register for the meeting.
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