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Police Department Jobs

Police Department Jobs

Thank you for your interest in our department!

We are now hiring for the following positions:

Property and Evidence Technician:  POSTING CLOSES 4/23/2017
Starting Salary- $18.14/hr
Salary Range: $18.14 - $29.03/hr
Objective- Under the direction of Property & Evidence Sergeant: intake and maintain property and determine property and case dispositions; maintain photo documentation of crime scenes, evidence and property received by the department.
Shift times may vary, may be required to work evenings and weekends.
~ For more information and to apply, please visit


Police Officer:
Starting Salary- $59,287.70
Salary Range- $59,287.70 - $84,478.16 annually
Four, ten hour shifts per week.
Full benefits and retirement pension through Boulder Police Officers Association.
Shift times vary, may be required to work nights, weekends, and holidays.
~For more information on this position, please see the 2017 Police Officer Hiring Flyer link to the right
~To apply, please go to

Police Dispatcher:
Starting Salary- $21.95 per hour
Salary Range- $21.95 - $35.15 per hour
Four, ten hour shifts per week.
Full benefits and retirement available.
Shift times vary, may work nights, weekends, and holidays.
~ $3000.00 hiring bonus on completion of training
~For more information, please see 2017 Dispatch Hiring Flyer link to the right.
~To apply, please go to



If you are interested in volunteering with the Boulder Police Department, please let us know! We are always looking for fantastic citizens like you to help us be our best. A flyer with current opportunities is on a link to the right. Please call or email our HR  Services Coordinator for more information.  ~ Diane Herzberg 303-441-3334



A video is posted below with an overview of the required Physical Ability Test (PAT) for Police Officer.

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