Gilpin County Sheriffs Office - Golden, Colorado
- Application Deadline:
- Entry Level Salary:
- $28.27 hourly
- $29.68 hourly
- Top Pay:
- $42.40 hourly
Committed to Community Through Quality of Service
Under general supervision, performs law enforcement work to enfore the laws--local, state and federal. Safeguard the lives, property and rights of the residents of Gilpin County. Patrol Deputies are responsible for responding to complaint calls, investigating crimes, mediating civil disputes, preparing reports and patrolling Gilpin County in an official vehicle to deter crime. In addition, Patrol Deputies are required to enforce traffic laws, collect and submit evidence related to crimes and testify in court.
Gilpin County is nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and spans 150 square miles. Approximately 6,000 people call Gilpin County home, while thousands more try their luck at the casinos, enjoy camping at one of our 7 designated campgrounds or participate in a wide range of other recreational activities.
Gilpin County Sheriff's Office is a growing agency with 42 sworn law enforcement personnel and 19 civilian staff members. The men and women working for the Gilpin County Sheriff's Office protect the citizens and service the community with the utmost professionalism. We pride ourselves with being fair, honest, dedicated, hardworking and family oriented.
If you're interested in working for an agency that strives to make a difference every day, our community needs you. If you want to be a member of a team with a family like atmosphere and not known by just your badge number, Gilpin County is for you.
Retirement Savings Plan: 401(a) with employer match of 5%. Employees also have the option to participate in a 457 deferred compensation plan.
Medical Insurance: Anthem BlueCross BlueShield
- Employee: FREE
- Family: $31.50 a month
Dental Insurance: Delta Dental
- Employee: FREE
- Family: $68.20 a month
Vision Insurance: EyeMed
- Employee and Family FREE
- Age: 21
- Education: POST Certified
- Experience: 2 Years Patrol Experience Required
Education: High school graduate or equivalent, or any combination of education and training that would provide the required knowledge and skills to perform the job as a lateral patrol deputy.
Must be a POST certified, have 2 years of patrol experience and currently working in a patrol capacity.
Must meet standards set forth in the Colorado Revised Statutes.
Has knowledge of Federal, State and local laws.
Accurately and effectively transmit and receive informaiton that is necessary to the accomplishment of goals and objectives, including effective written and oral communication in English; and the ability to listen.
Act quickly and calmly in emergency situations while making proper judgments as to the correct course of action.
Follow complex instructions.
Must have a valid Colorado Driver's License without any restrictions due to driving record. Must be able to operate a county vehicle.
Must not have any felony convictions or misdemeanors designated by POST or any significant prior criminal activity.
Please visit our website http://www.gilpincounty.org/ to download and complete our application. You will also find a complete job description by following the above link.