Police Officer  (Lateral or Sponsor)


Must be CO POST Certified (or have successfully passed the CO POST exam)

$40,902/yr to start with excellent benefits including pension program through FPPA

Community policing is at the center of our philosophies and practices at BPD.

A good fit for our department:

Is understanding and appreciative of community policing; Demonstrates a positive attitude;
Works to make valuable contributions to and cooperate with the rest of the team;
Is motivated and takes initiative;
Pushes self to excel and individually sets goals for improvement; and
Possesses and demonstrates high moral and professional standards.

Application and hiring process will include: completion of supplemental questionnaire, physical agility test, written and oral boards, background investigation, drug screen, psychological evaluation, pre-employment physical screening, and possible polygraph or CVSA.

Applications can be obtained by clicking on Application tab and Supplemental Questions.

Police Investigator


The Brush Police Department prides itself on it community involvement and relationships.

Our department seeks individuals who:

Demonstrate a positive attitude, are motivated, make valuable contributions to their team, possess and demonstrate high moral standards, and appreciates community policing.

A few of the responsibilities of the Investigator:

Preparing and executing search warrants and arrests
Responsible for the disposition of criminal cases as assigned
May direct police activities at crime scenes
Supervises and manages confidential informants
Researches and obtains advanced specialized education in evolving investigative techniques, evidence collection, and forensic science
Researches and obtains specific skills, i.e. accounting theory, banking practices, medical and pharmaceutical policies and procedures, etc.
Obtains and utilizes specialized training in the interrogation of suspects
Interviews witnesses and victims
Conducts surveillance and operates surveillance equipment
Attends autopsies and conducts death investigations
Responsible for asset seizures
Responsible for liquor code enforcement and inspection of licensed premises
Participates in multi-jurisdictional task forces
Appears in court and other hearings to offer testimony
Assists with patrol as assigned

Qualifications:

Must be a certified peace officer under the guidelines of the CO POST Board
Four or more years of law enforcement experience, supervisory experience preferred
College degree in Criminal Justice preferred

Application and hiring process will include: completion of supplemental questionnaire, physical agility test, written and oral boards, background investigation, drug screen, psychological evaluation, pre-employment physical screening, and possible polygraph or CVSA.


Applications can be obtained by clicking on the Application tab and Supplemental Questions