Operations Bureau Description
The Operations Bureau of the Pueblo Police Department consists of the Patrol Division, Traffic Section, Pueblo Law Enforcement Chaplain Corps, Crisis Intervention Team, Honor Guard and Peer Support Team.
Should you have any questions or concerns regarding the Operations Bureau, you can contact the Bureau Chief, Deputy Chief Chris Noeller at 719-553-2926.
The Patrol Division and the officers who staff it are the uniformed personnel who respond to initial reports of crime and perform the initial investigations that set the tone for success of a case. The officers respond to a plethora of issues that include order maintenance and community service efforts, crime and disturbance reports, traffic accidents and runaways to name a few. When a citizen needs help with almost any issue, it is the Police Department they call and the uniformed patrol officer who responds.
Should you have any questions or concerns based on any daily patrol-related functions provided by our responding officers, you can contact the Watch Commander.
Day Watch from 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
- Captain Joe Garcia: 719-553-2573
Afternoons & Night Watch from 12 p.m. - 10 p.m. and 4 p.m. - 3 a.m.
- Captain James Martin: 719-553-2410
Midnight Watch from 10 p.m. - 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. - 6 a.m.
- Captain Tom Rummel: 719-553-2542
The Pueblo Police Department Traffic Section is responsible for the following:
- Abandoned Vehicles
- Commercial Motor Vehicle Enforcement
- DUI Enforcement
- Handicap Parking Enforcement
- Hit and Run Accident Investigations
- Impounded / Towed Vehicles
- Parking Enforcement
- Parades and Public Education About Safe Driving Behaviors
- Red Light Cameras
- Seat Belt Enforcement
- Speed Enforcement
- Vehicular Accident Investigations
- VIN Inspections
Should you have any questions or concerns based on any of the aforementioned services provided by this section, you are asked to contact the Section Supervisor at 719-553-2454.
The Pueblo Police Chaplains Corps is a volunteer unit made up of pastors from local churches and other organizations. The mission of the Pueblo Law Enforcement Chaplain Corps is 2-fold: the Chaplain Corps is a resource for area law enforcement officers and their families in times of plight and grief, and it provides comfort, assistance and/or spiritual guidance to citizens during times of victimization, crisis and distress.
Should you have any questions or concerns based on any of the aforementioned services provided by the Chaplains, you are asked to contact the Unit Supervisor at 719-553-2547.