Police Department

Image , pueblo chief of police, Chris Noeller


  1. DEPARTMENT ORGANIZATION BUDGET
  2. ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES

The Pueblo Police Department consists of 275 authorized positions, 207 of which are sworn officer positions and 68 are civilian positions. Of the civilian positions, four are currently frozen and unfunded.
 
In 2017 the citizens of Pueblo passed ballot initiative 2B, which will provide for an additional 24 sworn officer positions and related equipment for five years. 
 
The department approved budget for 2018 was $30,318,395. Of the total budget, $28,234,631 (93.1%) was dedicated to personnel costs (i.e., salaries and benefits) and $2,083,762 (6.9%) was dedicated to operating costs (e.g., fuel for cars, utility costs, equipment leases, etc.). 

Pueblo PD 2021

lockdown

codeenforce

tofileapol

Achievemnets

ACHIEVEMENTS

bureaus

BUREAUS

crimeprevention

CRIME PREVENTION

department policy manual

DEPARTMENT POLICY MANUAL

emergency notification opt-in program

EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION OPT-IN PROGRAM

MOSTWANTEDSUSPECTS

MOST WANTED SUSPECTS

neighborhoodwatch

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH

onlineforms

ONLINE FORMS

onlinebrochures

POLICE DEPTARTMENT OPPORTUNITIES

pueblocrimestoppers

PUEBLO CRIME STOPPERS

sexoffenderinformation

SEX OFFENDER INFORMATION

volunteers assisting pueblo police(V.a.p.p)

VOLUNTEERS ASSISTING PUEBLO POLICE (V.A.P.P)

calea

CALEA

Response to an Active Shooter