Windsor is an attractive, growing community that still retains its small town qualities. The Windsor Police Department is responsible for providing police service to a population of 24,000, covering 24.6 square miles and over 125 miles of roadway within the Town of Windsor.

The Windsor Police Department consists of 40 sworn officers—The Chief of Police, two Lieutenants, six Sergeants, four Investigators, two School Resource Officers, and 23 Patrol Officers. Four Community Service Officers two Traffic Safety Officers and four civilians complete the employee duty roster and are tasked with enforcing the Town’s Municipal Codes.

Our police officers serve the community under a Community Oriented Policing philosophy. Our goal is to achieve community goodwill through proactive patrol, enforcing the law where necessary and provide instruction, compassion and counseling when appropriate to the situation.

Contact Us

  1. Call 911 for Emergency


    Opt. 1 - Dispatch
    Opt. 2 - Records/Admin.
    Opt. 3 - Property/Evidence
    Opt. 4 - Code Enforcement
    Opt. 5 - Traffic Safety Unit

    Fax: 970-686-7478

    200 N. 11th St.
    Windsor, CO 80550

    Police Investigations
    Police Records 
    Police Evidence
    Traffic Safety

    Administrative Office Hours

    Monday - Friday
    8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

    Holiday Closures

    The administrative office is closed on holidays, but officers are always on duty.

    New Year's Day 
    President's Day
    Memorial Day
    Independence Day
    Labor Day
    Veterans Day
    Thanksgiving Day
    Day After Thanksgiving
    Christmas Eve (after noon)
    Christmas Day 
    New Year's Eve (after noon)

  1. Hiring Process
  2. Benefits
  3. Current Openings

Application Process

Current Colorado POST Certified or Certifiable individuals and Certified Police Officers from other states may submit a Town of Windsor employment application and resume to the Town of Windsor Human Resources Department, 301 Walnut Street, Windsor, CO 80550. 

Minimum Qualifications

  • 21 years of age.
  • A United States Citizen.
  • High School Diploma or GED.
  • Must be POST Certified, Certifiable, or a currently employed Officer of another State.  
  • Pass a thorough, comprehensive background interview and investigation.
  • Must successfully complete the physical, psychological and drug testing requirements.