The Broomfield Police Department is led by Chief Gary Creager. In Broomfield's uniquely structured city and county police department, Chief Creager serves as both chief of police and ex-officio sheriff. The Broomfield Police Department consists of 227.85 full-time equivalent employees, including 171 sworn police officers, and provides traditional police services as well as county-related functions, such as the detention center, courthouse security, and emergency management.
The Police Department is guided by a strong vision and organizational values that help Broomfield enjoy one of the lowest crime rates in the state of Colorado.
News From The Broomfield Police Department
NEW Crime Map
Visit Community Crime Map powered by LexisNexis to familiarize yourself with any crime that may be happening in your area. This is a new service that shares crime information with the public. You can select a certain neighborhood or location to review for any crime activity and use that information to make more informed decisions about how to stay safe.
Check out the Broomfield Police Department's new graffiti map and report suspect or vehicle information associated with those crimes. If your information leads to a conviction, you may be eligible for a $50 reward! Thank you for helping keep Broomfield beautiful!
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Mission & Vision
The Broomfield Police Department's mission is to enhance the quality of life in the community by protecting life and property, and providing services to prevent crime and resolve problems.
The Broomfield Police Department enriches a safe and secure City and County through our commitment to:
- Partnerships with our community
- A respectful and professional workforce
- Innovative solutions to address emerging community concerns
We strive to provide exceptional and responsive public safety services.
We strive to listen and understand each individual's situation and perspective. Through this, we model support, empathy and encouragement.
We are committed to the highest ethical, moral, and legal standards as reflected in our daily personal and professional conduct, which will demonstrate honesty, respect and fairness for all.
We support each other and our community through pride in our profession with a sense of honor and duty.
We are committed at all times to the highest standards of policing through excellence, competency and reliability in all aspects of our conduct and performance.
We are dedicated to valuing and honoring ourselves, others, our community,and our profession.
We are committed to providing the highest level of service through problem solving, dedication, and excellence. We embrace our duty to serve all with honor, dignity and distinction.
We value the faith placed in our organization to always do the right thing and we will hold ourselves and each other to the highest level of accountability and transparency.