To comply with COVID-19 health advisories and protections, effective 3/20/20, all facility classrooms are closed until at least April 1, 2020, and we will reassess our ability to take classroom reservations at that time and make further announcements. Ranges remain open at this time. The HRLETF Board appreciates everyone’s patience.

Training for

Welcome to the CODE303 Douglas County Emergency Vehicle Operation Center, owned by Douglas County and managed by the Highlands Ranch Law Enforcement Training Foundation.

The EVOC is a public-safety driver training facility—it is not designed or intended for extreme driving or racing.   With Mt. Evans set in the background, and at 5900 feet above sea level, it offers a great place to teach advanced decision making; safe pursuit driving and pursuit termination; communication while driving; low speed technical driving skills; day and night driving; inclement weather skills; vehicle dynamics and limitations; law enforcement motorcycle certifications; crash investigation training; the most recent approaches to traffic incident management (TIMS); and local teen and senior driver safety program(s).

Vision: Become one of the nation’s premier and leading-edge public safety training facilities, while creating a safer environment for Douglas County and State of Colorado residents in a self-sustaining and cost-effective manner.

Mission: Improve the safety of the public through advanced practical training of emergency responders and support community partners who provide related safety-oriented services.