District Six

Children with Denver Police Mounted Patrol horses

How to Get Involved

Community group involvement keeps you informed about the specific issues and important events in your neighborhood. Crime prevention in your specific neighborhood can be molded by your active role in the decision-making process often spearheaded by organized neighborhood associations. 

The Citizen’s Advisory Group (CAG) meeting is designed for your community. Not only do you hear about the statistics for the entire district, you also get to ask the Commander your specific questions. It’s a great opportunity to meet your local Denver Police officers, while staying informed. 

District 6 CAG meetings are held at 12 PM on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the district station (excluding holidays). If you would like an ASL interpreter, please email us at 6.Dist@denvergov.org at least three business days prior to the meeting. Meeting reminders are posted on Nextdoor.com.

Community Resource Officers

Community Resource Officers (CRO) provide assistance on issues such as neighbor disputes, public nuisances, zoning issues, fraud and crime prevention, and other neighborhood concerns. They attend regular neighborhood organization meetings and provide training on issues such as neighborhood watch, commercial and home security, gang awareness, crime prevention, and much more. 

District 6 Community Resource Officers:

Technician Kayla Knabe
(720) 913-2908

Technician Glenn Main
(720) 913-2906

School Resource Officers

School Resource Officers (SRO) are Denver police officers assigned to Denver Public High Schools. While safety, in and around the school, is of the upmost importance for the SRO, so is connecting with students, families, and staff to build and foster positive relationships. Together, we strive to maintain a secure and nurturing space for education to thrive.

District 6 School Resource Officers:

Officer John Singapuri
Officer John Singapuri has an important role as the School Resource Officer (SRO) who works with all Denver Public Schools within District Six. Officer Singapuri is excited to work with the students in the schools he serves, where he is ready to be a resource and mentor for the students and their families. When he is not serving the community, Officer Singapuri stays busy by paddleboarding, horseback riding, and raising goats on his ranch.

Outreach Case Coordinator

The Outreach Case Coordinator (OCC) program is part of DPD's commitment to approaching public safety services with a focus on helping to address the needs of our residents. This is accomplished by providing long-term connections to available services and supports. Clients could include community members who are experiencing substance misuse, behavioral health issues, homelessness or needing housing system navigation, immigrant and refugee system navigation, human services navigation, and many others.

What does an Outreach Case Coordinator Do?

  • Build a bridge between the community and the Denver Police Department
  • Provide educational material that highlights service providers to individuals who are in need
  • Assist individuals and families with finding available services
  • Help identify the individual's goals and needs
  • Maintain communication with individuals to evaluate the plan to ensure it is meeting the client's goals

Outreach Case Coordinator Program Brochure (English/Spanish)(PDF, 2MB)

Outreach Case Coordinator Supervisor:

Mandy Fiegel
(303) 704-3732

District Commander

Commander Kimberly Bowser Commander Kimberly Bowser was promoted to Commander in March of 2022, serving the Denver Police Department for 22 years as a sworn officer, 3 years as a Reserve Officer, and 4 years as an Explorer Cadet.

During her career, Commander Bowser has had various roles and responsibilities, including Neighborhood Police Officer, detective in Domestic Violence, Sex Crimes and Intelligence, Patrol Sergeant in Districts 1 and 5, Investigative Sergeant in both Missing and Exploited Persons and Sex Crimes, Sector Lieutenant in District 3, Chief of Staff for Chief Pazen and Chief Archer, and most recently as the Director of Training at the DPD academy.

Commander Bowser has attended several leadership schools, including Leadership in Policing Organizations, Leadership Denver 2020, and most recently the Women’s Leadership Institute through the International Chiefs of Police.

Commander Bowser is currently serving on the board of the Rose Andom Center for Domestic Violence survivors and participates in the Denver Police Department Women’s Collective.

When Commander Bowser is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family, watching her two teenagers compete in sports, cooking, and listening to true crime podcasts.