Police Officer

Town of Elizabeth (CIRSA) - , Colorado

Sep 15, 2023

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Application Deadline:
Oct 11, 2023

Salary Information

Entry Level:
$22.34-31.27 hourly
Academy Graduate:
$22.34-31.27 hourly
Lateral Transfer:
$22.34-31.27 hourly
Top Pay:
$31.27 hourly

Job Description

This is a sworn, public safety position. Duties include preventive patrol, criminal investigations, traffic enforcement, community service function, and other law enforcement-related responsibilities, and community service.

Police Officers work in partnership with the community to identify and resolve issues of concern. Police Officers exercise considerable judgment, discretion, initiative, and skill in various situations. The ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision is critical. Duties are carried out under established organizational values, policies, and procedures, and in accordance with the U.S. Constitution, laws of the State of Colorado, and municipal ordinances of the Town of Elizabeth.

Additional Information

FPPA Retirement

457 Retirement with 3% match

Vision, Health, and Dental

Job Requirements

  • Age: 21
  • Education: 0
  • Experience: 0-2 years

Minimum qualifications:

• Colorado P.O.S.T. certification as a Level 1 Peace Officer.

• Must possess, a Colorado driver’s license, or have the ability to attain a valid Colorado, as outlined by Colorado Revised Statutes.

• High School Diploma or GED

• Ability to successfully pass a background check, polygraph examination, a psychological examination, and physical exam.

### Special Requirements:

Environmental and Physical Conditions: • While performing the duties of this job, the employee frequently works in outdoor, and potentially extreme conditions. The employee may be exposed to airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals.

• While performing the duties of this job, the employee may encounter individuals who is intent on causing them injury, serious bodily injury, or death.

• As a first responder, the employee may be subjected to a variety of hazardous environments where the danger or hazard faced was not known originally at the time of dispatch or arrival.

• Talk on the radio while driving or while out of the vehicle.

• Maintain situational awareness while driving and during other law enforcement-related activities.

• Operate radar or other equipment while driving, stationary, and out of the vehicle.

• Adjust to varied hours and sleep patterns.

• Adjust to unexpected changes in work assignments and function.

• Function effectively in a wide variety of changing conditions to include, but not limited to, weather and environmental conditions.

• Effectively function for extended periods of time with little rest.

• Meet standard proficiency requirements with law enforcement-related tools such as such as: vehicles, firearms, defensive weapons,

• Possesses and maintains the ability to safely: utilize verbal and physical control techniques; physically maneuver over, under, and through physical obstacles, as well as drag items weighing 150 pounds; run, jump, crawl, and lift 50 pounds.

Contact Information

Sean Bigler

Town of Elizabeth (CIRSA)
, Colorado 80107
phone: 720-450-0845

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