Fort Collins Police Services offers many sworn and civilian career employment opportunities in the following areas:
Fort Collins Police Services (FCPS), one of the finest and most advanced law enforcement agencies in the country, is a leader in community policing and overall crime reduction and is committed to the philosophy of community policing. FCPS offers great pay and benefits as well as equipment and training that prepare you to perform as a professional police officer for the city of Fort Collins. FCPS does not have a lateral transfer program at this time. Certified or certifiable police officers start at one pay grade higher than those without certification.
The 2009 salary range for police officers is $51,965 to $70,723. FCPS offers a take-home car for officers living in the approved 15 mile radius of the city; college incentive reimbursement program; clothing allowance for plain clothes assignments; uniform dry cleaning; overtime pay; vacation leave; sick and short-term disability leave; health, life and dental insurance available; pension plan, and a voluntary deferred compensation plan.
For information on current police officer recruitment processes contact the City's Human Resources Department at
Fort Collins Police Services employs approximately 89 civilian personnel in a wide variety of positions.
Fort Collins Police Services is not currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. When re-opened, application packets may be found and downloaded for completion on the city's website at fcgov.com/jobs.
Applications for all Police Services positions are accepted ONLY when positions are available. If you need additional information, please contact Sgt. David Haywood (ZGhheXdvb2RAZmNnb3YuY29t) at