Jun 30, 2020
(Noon Online Meeting) CHIEF DOUG STEPHENS

As police departments throughout the country respond to social protests and also deal with the coronavirus pandemic, Chief Stevens will join our noon Zoom meeting to address how the LIttleton Police department is adjusting and responding to these issues.

Chief Stephens began his extensive law enforcement career in 1991, rising through the ranks of the Denver Police Department.  Chief Stephens’ assignments included serving as commanding officer of Patrol District One where he led a team of 130 sworn personnel providing police service to the 95,000 citizens of northwest Denver.  Chief Stephens also served as captain and commanding officer of the Denver Police Gang Bureau, and commanding officer of the Pattern Crimes Bureau which was comprised of the Robbery, Fugitive, Computer Crimes, and Financial Crimes Units, the Bomb Squad, and FBI Safe Streets Task Force.  He was also commanding officer of DPD’s Hostage Negotiation Team. 

Chief Stephens left DPD in 2013 to become the Chief of Police for the Littleton Police Department where he currently leads an agency of 100 personnel as they provide safety services for the 42,000 residents of Littleton.

Chief Stephens earned his bachelor’s degree in administration of justice/psychology from the University of Wyoming.  He has a master’s degree in criminal justice from the University of Colorado Denver.  He is a graduate of the 231st session of the FBI National Academy.