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 24,000, 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 POST certified, certifiable, or a currently employed officer of another state
- 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) (Effective January 2018)
- Excellent medical, dental, and vision plans
- Fire and Police Pension Association (FPPA) Pension, 401(a) plans, and 457 plans
- Officers work defined 10-hour shifts, with 4-day workweeks
- Special assignments like:
- Bike patrol
- Community Engagement Team (CET)
- School Resource Officer
- Overtime events
- Instructor certifications
There are currently no openings, however, we do still accept applications for future hires and hold the applications for up to 6 months.
The Windsor Police Department consists of 40 sworn officers:
- The Chief of Police
- 3 Commanders
- 8 Sergeants
- 4 Investigators
- 2 School Resource Officers
- 23 Patrol Officers
Our Employee Duty Roster is tasked with enforcing the town's municipal codes consists of:
- 4 Community Service Officers
- 2 Traffic Safety Officers
- 4 Civilians