Broomfield Police Department
Welcome to the Broomfield Police Department. The dedicated staff of the BPD are committed to maintaining public safety by providing services that reduce crime and improve quality of life in the community.
The seven core values that guide our employees every day are Service, Compassion, Respect, Integrity, Pride, Professionalism, and Trust.
Community policing is at the center of everything the BPD does. It not only bridges the gap between the police department and the public it serves, but it also encourages partnerships to proactively address public safety issues and concerns.
The Broomfield Police Department is committed to achieving excellence in everything it does. That includes the continued implementation of modern day policing through new technology, training, and enhanced recruitment.
Broomfield is a wonderful place to live, work, and visit. Thank you for helping us keep Broomfield safe!
Volunteer as a Police ChaplainThe Broomfield Police Department is expanding our Chaplain program. Are you a trained clergy, pastor, or minister interested in volunteering as a chaplain? LEARN MORE AND APPLY! Additional Info...
Community Crime MapSometimes referred to as the 'Police Blotter,' the community crime map provides up-to-date information on crime in your area. Additional Info...
Broomfield Police Department Core ValuesThe seven core values that guide Broomfield Police Department employees every day are Service, Compassion, Respect, Integrity, Pride, Professionalism, and Trust. Learn more about these core values, and what they mean to Broomfield Officers. Additional Info...
Volunteer Victim Advocates Needed!Are you a caring, articulate and sensitive individual who wants to serve Broomfield in an essential way? Consider becoming a volunteer Victim Advocate! Read on...
Colorado Crime StatisticsThe Colorado Uniform Crime Reporting Program (UCR) is a statewide, cooperative statistical effort of county, state, tribal, university and college law enforcement agencies (LEAs) reporting data on offenses, arrests, and recovered property. Additional Info...
Chief of Police
Enea Hempelmann was appointed Chief of Police for the City and County of Broomfield in January 2022. In addition to traditional police services, Chief Hempelmann oversees the detention center along with other county-related responsibilities. The Broomfield Police Department is organized into three bureaus and eight divisions with three deputy chiefs overseeing each bureau. Deputy Chief Mike Clement oversees Special Operations, Deputy Chief Mark Goodell oversees Support Services which includes the Broomfield Detention Center, and Deputy Chief Roger Plunkett oversees Field Operations. See the department's full organizational chart.
7 DesCombes Dr, Broomfield CO 80020
303-438-6400 or 911
HoursMonday-Friday8 a.m.-5 p.m.Saturday & SundayLobby Closed
Mike ClementDeputy Chief of PoliceSpecial Operations Bureau
Mark GoodellDeputy Chief of PoliceSupport Services Bureau
Roger PlunkettDeputy Chief of PoliceField Operations Bureau