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Chief of Police

 

 Interim Chief Mike Clement Michael E. Clement was appointed Interim Chief of Police for the City and County of Broomfield in July 2014 upon the retirement of Thomas C. Deland. In 2001, after a state-wide election, Broomfield created its own city and county form of government. As a result, the Chief of Police became the ex-officio sheriff of the county and assumed the additional duties of managing the county detention center, emergency management, and other county-related responsibilities.

Interim Chief Clement began his law enforcement career in 1985 as a patrol officer in Broomfield. He was promoted to sergeant in 1992, commander in 1998, and deputy chief in 2009.  Interim Chief Clement has served in various operational assignments throughout the Department.

 Michael E. Clement
Interim Chief of Police

 

The Broomfield Police Department is organized into two bureaus and seven divisions. The Operations Bureau consists of the Patrol, Special Operations, and Investigations Divisions. The Support Services Bureau includes the Administration, Communications, and Detention Divisions.
 James Pfankuch, Deputy Chief Badge   Interim Deputy Chief Cory Amend
 Deputy Chief of Police
James R. Pfankuch
Support Services Bureau
   Interim Deputy Chief of Police
            Cory Amend
Operations Bureau

The City and County of Broomfield is one of the safest communities in Colorado, and its residents have come to expect high quality police services. With this in mind, the Police Department continues to implement policing strategies consistent with the community oriented policing philosophy developed by our department during the past decade.

Broomfield Police Department's unique model of providing both municipal and county law enforcement services by one agency has created significant operational efficiencies that have contributed to a streamlined process for developing public safety police and reducing the overall rate of crime. As a result, the policing strategies developed in Broomfield continue to serve our citizens well, and Broomfield will remain a safe community for all who live, work, or visit in our community.