About Us

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 BPD continues to implement policing strategies consistent with the community oriented policing philosophy developed over the years by our department. Broomfield'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 reducing the overall rate of crime. 

Broomfield was recently ranked the 14th safest city in Colorado by 'Safewise.' The department is committed to enhancing the quality of life in the community by protecting life and property, and providing services to prevent crime and resolve problems. To fulfill this commitment, the police department continually evaluated best practices and trends in policing to better serve our community. We do this through community policing programs such as National Night Out, Santa Cops, Neighborhood Watch, and our Citizens and Teen Academies.  

Currently, the police department consists of 237 full-time equivalent employees, including 181 sworn police and detention officers.  

COMMUNITY CRIME MAP - Sometimes referred to as the 'Police Blotter,' the community crime map provides up-to-date information on crime in your area.

BROOMFIELD POLICE DEPARTMENT - 2019 CRIME STATISTICS

 

OFFENSE

ACTUAL

CLEARED

% CLEARD

HOMICIDE

2

2

100%

RAPE

32

19

59%

ROBBERY

8

5

63%

AGGRAVATED ASSAULT 

52

44

85%

Subtotal Persons Crimes  

94

70

74%

Burglary

195

29

15%

Larceny/Theft

1,746

435

25%

Motor Vehicle Theft

133

32

24%

Subtotal Property Crimes

2,074

496

24%

 TOTAL

2,168

566

26%


Contact Us

  1. 7 DesCombes Drive


    Broomfield, CO 80020
    Non-Emergency Dispatch 
    303.438.6400 
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    Gary Creager


    Chief of Police

    Hempelmann_Enea

    Enea Hempelmann

    Deputy Chief of Police
    Operations Bureau

    Operations Deputy Chief Michael Clement

    Mike Clement


    Deputy Chief of Police
    Support Services Bureau