Jeffco DeAngelis Foundation

Your dollars support training of School Safety Personnel and First Responders at the DeAngelis Training Center. Over 8,000 Colorado police, fire and medical personnel have trained at the center. Dollars also support Threat Assessment and School/Community Safety training in all Colorado Schools.

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General Information

General
Official Name
Jeffco DeAngelis Foundation​​​​​​​
DBA/Trade Name(s)
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Former Name(s)
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Acronym
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Date Established
2018
Offers Additional Colorado State Tax Credit
None
Tax ID
82-4914675
Addresses
Headquarters Address
1829 Denver West Drive
Building 27
Golden, CO 80401
Colorado Location
1829 Denver West Drive
Building 27
Golden, CO 80401
Mailing Address
1829 Denver West Drive
Building 27
Golden, CO 80401
Other Address
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Phone/Fax
Main Phone Number
720-425-1810
Voice Calls and Text Message Accepted
Fax Number
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Other Phone Number
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Web/Email
Email
admin@deangeliscenter.org
Website
deangeliscenter.org
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Mission Statement

The Jeffco DeAngelis Foundation is a non-profit designed to enhance school and community safety through robust instruction in the consistent application of best practices in school safety and security. The Foundation has collaborated with Jefferson County Public Schools to create the Frank DeAngelis Center for Community Safety, which was formerly an elementary school. Law enforcement, other first responders and school personnel train at the Center under real-world conditions, which include the sights and sounds of active shooter scenarios. This type of real-world training option, within a school structure, is invaluable and one of a kind.  

Organization History

The Frank DeAngelis Center for Community Safety was created to support law enforcement and school safety training and tactics for mass casualty tragedies. AS the District of Columbine High School and Deer Creek Middle School, Jeffco Schools know firsthand the importance of preparedness and response to critical events. The Center is a place where law enforcement and school safety officials can have the difficult conversations, test tactics, share lessons learned; both failures and successes. It is the opportunity for realistic training in a school environment.

The DeAngelis Center for more than 50 years was Martensen elementary school in Wheat Ridge Colorado; a place of education for thousands of students. Renamed the Frank DeAngelis Center for Community Safety for our retired Columbine High School Principal in April of 2017, the DeAngelis Center is still a place of education; the students of today are first responders that include law enforcement and fire departments, school safety and victim advocates. From patrol and K9 to school resource officers and SWAT, Bomb squads and rescue task force members and crime scene investigators all train at the Center.

In March of 2019, the DeAngelis Center for Community Safety introduced state of the art video, audio, scent and interactive active shooter simulator technology designed to enhance the realistic training experience. The DeAngelis Center has hosted more than 8,000 first responders from more than 70 local, state and federal agencies.

Jeffco Schools provides the Center at no cost to first responder agencies and school safety departments as a way of saying thank you for all the support to our school district every day and during our darkest hours.

Testimonials

"Episode 9 with Dr. John Nicoletti is a great use of your time. Great for parents as well as school safety leaders!"

"One of the most important aspects of school safety is communication with schools and parents."

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