Windsor is an attractive, growing community that still retains its small-town qualities. The Windsor Police Department is responsible for providing police service to a population of 40,000, covering 24.6 square miles and over 125 miles of roadway within the Town of Windsor.
Philosophy & Goals
Our police officers serve the community under a community-oriented policing philosophy. Our goal is to achieve community goodwill through proactive patrol, enforcing the law where necessary and provide instruction, compassion, and counseling when appropriate to the situation.
Current Colorado Police Officer Standards and Training (POST) Certified or Certifiable individuals and Certified Police Officers from other states may submit an online application and resume.
- 21 years of age
- A United States Citizen
- High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED)
- Must be Colorado POST certified, currently enrolled in a Colorado POST academy, or have qualified certification in another state that can be transferred to Colorado POST via Provisional Certification.
- Pass a thorough and comprehensive background interview and investigation
- Must successfully complete the physical, psychological, and drug testing requirements
Windsor Police Benefits
- Salary Step Plan (PDF)
- Fire and Police Pension Association (FPPA) Pension, 401(a) plans, and 457 plans
- Officers work defined 10-hour shifts, with 4-day work weeks
- Special assignments:
- Community Engagement Team
- Traffic Safety Unit
- School Resource Officer
- Professional Standards
- Drug Task Force
- Collateral Duties:
- Bike Patrol
- Warrant Service Team
- Regional SWAT Team
- Background Investigator
- Field Training Officer
- Skills Instructorships in Multiple Various Disciplines
As a growing agency in a fantastic community, the Windsor Police Department recruits regularly for various positions within the organization.
For inquiries about our recruitment program, please contact Professional Standards Sergeant Brian Smith.
To see a list of current openings and descriptions, visit windsorgov.com/jobs.
The Windsor Police Department consists of 50 dedicated men and women, all working with a mission to advocate for justice and safeguard the well-bring of all of those we serve.
Staff consists of:
- Chief of Police
- Commander (Operations, Investigations, Administration)
- Sergeant (Patrol, Special Operations/Traffic, Professional Standards/Training)
- Investigator (General Crimes Detective, Community Engagement Team, Detective, Drug Task Force Detective)
- School Resource Officer
- Traffic Safety Unit Officer
- Patrol Officer
- Community Service Officer
- Records Specialist Technician
- Property & Evidence Technician
- Investigative Technician
- School Crossing Guard
- Volunteer and Internship Opportunities