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Thank you for your interest in your future career with the Denver Police Department, one of the premier police departments in the United States. Your journey begins here, by filling out the Recruiting Unit self-assessment and interest form, you will have the inside track regarding the application process and be notified first about future testing opportunities with the Denver Civil Service Commission. After filling out the interest form, one of the Denver Police Recruiters will be in touch with you with more information
Please keep in mind; this is just an interest form so the Denver Police Recruiting Unit can keep you updated with information about the Denver Civil Service Commission and the Denver Police Department. The actual Denver Civil Service Commission Police Application is a separate application, and we will contact you when the application is open.
Complete the Self-Assessment and Interest Form
The Denver Police Recruiting Unit is dedicated to providing applicants with information that will assist them in deciding if law enforcement is a career they would like to pursue. Once that decision is made, we strive to assist applicants through the Denver Civil Service Commission application process and assist all candidates with information to be a competitive candidate and attain the goal of becoming a Denver Police Officer.
Denver Police Recruiting
There are opportunities in a wide variety of exciting careers within the Department. These include but are not limited to full-time employment, part-time employment, or internships in the following fields:
For information on current available opportunities, visit the City's Job Center Page.
Visit the City and County of Denver's Job page for the latest job postings.
Want to help but not ready to apply? Find out how to become a volunteer with the police department.
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