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City of Northglenn
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Nature of Work

The City of Northglenn Police Department is currently accepting applications for non-certified Police Officers to attend the Police Academy.

Work is scheduled on a rotating shift basis (Days, Swings, and Graveyards), and includes holidays and overtime.
Salary $29.33/hour ($61,000/year), plus excellent benefits.

The City of Northglenn is committed to diversity, inclusivity and social equity both in the workplace and as part of a governmental organization that serves the Northglenn community. The City believes in the dignity of the individual and that each employee who is hired has the potential to make a unique contribution to the organization and the community.

While the members of the Northglenn Police Department come from diverse backgrounds with a variety of life and work experiences, they follow the same Vision, Mission and Values of the department.

Vision Statement
The Northglenn Police Department commits to providing exceptional police services that promote a safe and peaceful community.

Mission Statement
The members of the Northglenn Police Department are a dedicated team committed to protect life and property, reduce crime, and promote peaceful neighborhoods. We achieve this through strong community partnerships, collaborative problem-solving and ethical enforcement of the law.

Value Statement
The Four C’s are the cornerstone of our core values
Character ~ Courage ~ Commitment ~ Competence

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Duties and Responsibilities

Officers on patrol perform a variety of essential activities and services that are both proactive and reactive in nature. Some of these include but are not limited to: enforcing traffic and criminal laws, apprehending criminals, maintaining order, answering calls for service, conducting investigations and educating the public regarding public safety issues and crime prevention. Officers prepare written reports and field notes of investigations and patrol activities, apprehend criminals and testify in court. Work requires extensive contact with outside agencies, the judicial system and the general public.

Education and Experience

Associates Degree and higher desired, however, not required. No previous experience is required for this position, however you must meet all federal and state requirements to be a peace officer through Colorado P.O.S.T. (Police Officer and Standards Training). You can go to to see the minimum requirements for P.O.S.T. and a list/description of anything thing that would be an automatic disqualifier from becoming P.O.S.T. certified. Upon hire you will be required to attend and successfully complete the Colorado P.O.S.T. academy and state certification test for continued employment. Non-United States Citizens may apply but must meet all requirements of State and Federal law for employment in the United States, the State of Colorado, and the City of Northglenn. To see the requirements to obtain a Colorado P.O.S.T. certification as a Non-United States Citizen, go to Current academy graduates – If you have attended an approved Colorado Peace Officer academy and are Colorado P.O.S.T. certified, but have not been hired as a police officer, you may apply. If the academy you attended is not an approved Colorado Peace Officer academy, you will not be considered a P.O.S.T. certified officer. As such, you may apply but will be required to successfully complete a P.O.S.T. approved academy and state certification test as part of your hire conditions. To see a list of post-approved academies go to Colorado Lateral Police Officers may apply but P.O.S.T. certification must be in good standing. Please be advised that we have a Lateral Police Officer hiring processes, so please visit our website for apply directly through the Lateral job posting. Out of state Police Officers may apply and be hired under a provisional certification but must be able to obtain Colorado P.O.S.T. certification within 6 months from date of hire. For requirements of provisional certification go to Please be advised that we have a Lateral Police Officer hiring processes, so please visit our website for apply directly through the Lateral job posting.

Supplemental Information

REQUIRED APPLICANT TESTING In order to become a Northglenn Police Officer, applicants must successfully pass each phase of testing which may include:
1. Physical Assessment – Obstacle Course to be held on April 26th (Please have this date available, morning or afternoon. No other date will be offered at this time.) 2. Written Exam 3. Interview 4. Integrity Interview 5. Pre-employment Polygraph 6. Pre-employment Psychological Examination 7. Background Investigation 8. Interview with Chief of Police or designee 9. Post-Job Offer Psychological Examination 10. Post-Job Offer Medical Examination 11. Post-Job Offer Drug Screen
RIDE ALONG INFORMATION: Applicants will be permitted to complete a ride along even if they do not currently live or work in Northglenn. (Download PDF reader) If you have any questions regarding the hiring process feel free to contact Commander Heidi Walts at 303.450.8962 /


Details of the City of Northglenn’s benefits program can be viewed

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The City of Northglenn provides a comprehensive benefits package, including:

Medical and Dental Insurance
Life Insurance, AD&D & Dependent Life Insurance
Short-Term and Long Term Disability Benefits

Pension Plan
The City of Northglenn does not participate in Social Security. Instead, there is a defined contribution pension plan.
The City contributes 8% of salary for all regular full-time employees with less than five (5) years of service; 9% after 5 years of service and 10% after 10 or more years of service; employees contribute 12% of their salary.

Police Officer vesting schedule: 40% at 4 years of service; increases by 20% each year thereafter until fully vested at 7 years of service.

General Leave
The City provides General Leave, which may be used for vacation, sick leave and personal emergencies. A first year officer accrues 240 hours of general leave annually. Holiday time is included in the General Leave hours accrual for shift employees. The City also provides 16 hours of personal leave each year for regular full-time employees.

Employee Assistance Program
The City of Northglenn provides a confidential counseling service through Mines and Associates. Employees and their family members are eligible for up to eight (8) counseling sessions per year/per incident.

The following are optional benefits, 100% employee funded:

Vision Insurance
Deferred Compensation Programs
Aflac Accident & Critical Illness
Supplemental Life Insurance
Flexible Spending Accounts Medical & Dependent Care Reimbursement
Pre-Paid Legal & Identity Theft Protection Services

Bilingual Pay: Employees who demonstrate a conversationally fluent level of speaking Spanish (tested) and who use these skills during frequent interactions providing customer service are compensated with an annual stipened paid in full at the beginning of each year.

Uniform: The department supplies the officer’s uniform, boots, vest and equipment to include leather gear, outerwear, handcuffs, and flashlights. Applicants must provide their own Glock 17 handgun. The department, on a periodic schedule, replaces uniforms and equipment based on the “fair wear and tear” policy. All officers receive a monthly cleaning allowance of $32.00. Officers in a plainclothes assignment receive a yearly allowance to purchase clothes.

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