WOODLAND PARK POLICE DEPARTMENT – DISPATCHER The Woodland Park Police Department is now accepting applications for a full time Dispatcher I.
Must be 18 years old and have a high school diploma. The applicant must pass a Criti-Call test, typing test (passing with 40wpm), background check, polygraph, psychological evaluation, physical, hearing and drug test. Must be able to work a shift schedule to include nights, weekends and holidays.
Annual Salary: $38,459 – $45,190 DOE plus an excellent benefit package.
Applications are available on our web site HERE and at the Woodland Park Police Department, 911 Tamarac Parkway, Woodland Park. Forward a completed application to Bev Hodges, firstname.lastname@example.org or WPPD, PO Box 7255, Woodland Park, CO 80863. EEO/AAE.
PART TIME POLICE OFFICER The City of Woodland Park, Colorado is accepting applications to fill the position of Part Time Police Officers. Applicant must be Colorado P.O.S.T. Certified. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Starting Salary $15.00 an hour. After the candidate has successfully completed the Field Training Officer program, the rate will increase to $25.00 an hour depending on experience.
Applications are available HERE and the Woodland Park Police Department, 911 Tamarac Pkwy, Woodland Park. Please forward a completed application and a copy of your Colorado P.O.S.T Certificate, to Beverly Hodges email@example.com, Woodland Park Police Dept., P. O. Box 7255, Woodland Park, CO 80863 EEO/AA.
VOLUNTEER SERVICES AND OPPORTUNITIES For more information about volunteering at the Woodland Park Police Department please call (719) 687-9262.
Teen Court Teen Court is currently looking for volunteers. Please contact Beverly Hodges, Teen Court Coordinator 719-686-2500.
Teller County Victim Assistance Program has opening for local full-time residents who are interested in working with law enforcement helping crime victims by providing immediate support and resources. Applicants must be 21 years or older, pass a background check and have a valid Colorado Driver’s license. Victim Advocates will receive 40 hours of initial training and will be on call with other advocates responding to crime scene at the request of law enforcement (no contact with offenders). For more information please contact Erika Vida, Program Coordinator at 719-686-2535.
The Woodland Park Police Department is seeking reserve officers:
- To volunteer as a reserve officer, please return this form to the Woodland Park Police Department.