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Patrol
Patrol VehicleBroomfield’s Patrol Division is the backbone of the Police Department. Patrol officers are first responders to emergencies. Their sharp eyes and professional actions, together with their collective work with community members on neighborhood problems, help maintain the quality of life that Broomfield residents enjoy.
 
Broomfield Police officers responded to 28,919 calls for service in 2013, and the Patrol Division handled the majority of those calls. Calls for service are all requests from our citizens for assistance. The requests can be for a wide variety of reasons, including reports of suspicious people, neighborhood problems, or to report a crime.  In addition, Patrol Officers initiated 70,061 citizen contacts on a variety of topics in 2013. These contacts reinforce the community-oriented policing philosophy that governs the Department’s day-to-day activities.

Although the numbers of calls for service continue to increase over the years, the rate of crime in Broomfield continues to remain low. This can be attributed to our citizens who, in many cases, are calling the police for help before a crime occurs and using services in true partnership with the police.

Interim Commander Mark Goodell
Mark Goodell
Interim Commander

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Enea Hempelmann
Interim Commander

Commander Chris Terry
Chris Terry
Commander

7 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO  80020

Ph:  303.438.6457