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Social Media Policy


Comments and photos posted to social media pages will be monitored. The City and County of Broomfield reserves the right to remove posts or block access to individuals contributing any inappropriate or offensive language or material without prior warning or notice. For example, content including the following may be removed by The City and County of Broomfield at its sole discretion: obscene language or sexual content, content that threatens any person or promotes illegal activity, and content that supports or promotes commercial services or products. Content that is not topically related to the account(s) or which links to third party sites or advertisements will be deleted.


Information Releases


The Broomfield Police Department routinely utilizes social media to disseminate information to the public. Please go directly to our Facebook and Twitter accounts for the most up-to-date information. 

The Broomfield Police Department utilizes a team of public information officers. They are responsible for meeting with the press, addressing any inquiries from the media, and serving as the voice of the Department. The team is comprised of Program Administrator/Emergency Manager Kent Davies, Public Education Coordinator Joleen Reefe (Primary PIO), Sergeant Steve Griebel (Assistant PIO), and Sergeants Mark Goodell, Rick Kempsell, Kurt Wederquist, and Officer Robert Brewer (Supporting PIOs).

The on-call public information officer can be reached through the Communications Center at 303-438-6400.