- Volunteer Information
Police Department Volunteer Positions
Facilitate programs such as church services and Bible studies. Tutor inmates interested in attaining their GED. Lead classes such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, yoga, and more. Yoga classes are led by certified instructors.
Assist the Broomfield Police Department with providing fingerprinting services to Broomfield residents for the purpose of employment or volunteering.
National Night Out
Aid in a variety of tasks such as staffing the concession stand, staffing an information booth, and supporting employees in their roles at this annual picnic in Broomfield Community Commons park.
Neighborhood Watch Block Captains
Protect yourself, your family, and your property through a community Neighborhood Watch network that enlists active participation of citizens in cooperation with law enforcement and public safety departments. Block captains act as a liaison between residents and the Broomfield Police Department to contact and distribute information to neighbors on your street and in your area.
Assist with a variety of office administrative tasks Monday-Friday during regular business hours. Tasks may include filing, scanning, and general clerical duties.
Provide basic clerical support such as copying and restocking forms, filing, scanning, and other general clerical duties.
Provide on-scene crisis intervention (or by phone) to victims of crime and survivors of traumatic events. Provide support and inform victims of case status. Inform victims whose crimes are afforded rights under the Colorado Crime Victims Rights Act. Connect victims with appropriate resources and referrals.
For a list of current volunteer opportunities, please visit Volunteer Hub. The steps to create an account are described in the guide. For questions, contact Sheryl Allen at 303-438-6400 or email@example.com.