Sheriff's Office Employment

The Summit County Sheriff's Office is hiring for the positions of SMART Administrative Assistant, SMART Clinical Case Manager, SMART Clinician, SMART Operations Lieutenant, Patrol Cadet, Detention Deputy and Patrol Deputy. All full time/year round positions come with an excellent benefits package through Summit County Government, including medical, dental, vision, the county iCare Clinic, and retirement programs.

Detention Facility


The Summit County Detention Facility is a dynamic and energetic 94-bed facility with an average daily population of 57 inmates. We are looking for professional, outgoing people who have a great sense of humor, excellent communication, customer service skills, and attention to detail.  

Colorado POST certification is not required, but applicants must be able to meet POST certification standards. Applicants must not be current drug users. As the possession or use of marijuana is prohibited by federal law, this requirement also applies to marijuana. 

Meals are provided when on shift and are designed by a classically trained chef. Our restaurant quality food is the envy of detention facilities throughout Colorado! 

Summit County Government offers a down-payment assistance program for first time homebuyers, and the Summit County Sheriff's Office also has a volunteer deputy ski program for sworn staff.

Excellent benefits package through Summit County Government, including medical, dental, vision, the county miCare Clinic, and retirement programs.
 
Serious applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the on-duty sergeant to arrange for a facility tour and ride along at (970) 423-8977.

Summit County Non-Discrimination Guideline


It is the guideline of Summit County Government not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of sex, gender identity or expression, race, color, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, religion, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, on the basis of genetic information of the individual or family member of the individual, or any other protected basis that is unlawful under federal, state, and/or local law in applying or providing terms and conditions of employment. 

Summit County Government does and will continue to take Affirmative Action to assure that applicants are employed, and that employees are treated during employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, national origin, or on the basis of genetic information of the individual or family member of the individual.

Detention Deputy


Salary: $22.03/hr DOQ

Detentions Deputies are sworn law-enforcement positions, responsible for the safety, security and orderly running of the detention facility. These duties include, but are not limited to: the booking and release of arrestees, inmates and detainees; Courts; transports across the state of Colorado and extraditions throughout the United States, assisting with Court Security duties, including security at the Justice Center and the DA's Office / Probation Office building; fingerprinting; taking mugshots; enforcing facility rules and regulations; conducting criminal investigations; making arrests; writing reports; professionally using the law enforcement radio system; assisting the Civil Division when needed; and, assisting the Operations Division as appropriate. 

Successful applicants will be trained in arrest control/ defensive tactics, firearms, Taser and pepper spray, in addition to over 80 hours of in-service training offered annually. Detention Deputies bid by seniority for twelve hour shifts; Sunday through Tuesday or Thursday through Saturday and work every other Wednesday. This normally works out to working four days with three days off and then working three days with four days off, with some exceptions for training weeks. 
     
Detention Deputy Application

Please email Recruitdetentions@summitcountyco.gov with any questions. 

SMART Administrative Assistant


Position Requirements:  Summit County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a well-qualified Administrative Assistant. This is a new position in the Support Services Division. This is a grant-funded position.

Summit County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a well-qualified Administrative Assistant to perform a wide variety of administrative work, directly supporting the System-wide Mental Assessment Response Team (SMART), a professional Co-Responder model of criminal justice diversion. The SMART Team consists of two-person teams comprised of a law enforcement officer and a behavioral health specialist to intervene on mental health-related police calls, to de-escalate situations that have historically resulted in arrest or hospitalization and to assess whether the person should be referred for an immediate behavioral health assessment.  This is a civilian administrative position reporting directly to the SMART Team Lieutenant and Clinical Program Manager.

The ideal candidate will be a team-oriented professional with strong office, organizational, time management and communication skills. The candidate should have excellent customer service demeanor, with experience in a mental health environment, and have strong written and verbal communications experience. The ideal candidate should have a demonstrated history of positive attitude, strong job knowledge, high level attention to detail, a history of self-motivation, and an aptitude for teaching and mentoring others.  

The candidate will be experienced and successful in managing grants and budgets, working with internal and external stakeholders and completing tasks within established timelines. The selected candidate will demonstrate a proven ability to quickly absorb and understand unfamiliar subject matter. 

Expectations of the Chosen Candidate:  The chosen candidate will be expected to demonstrate positive demeanor; the ability to remain professional in stressful situations; exhibit sound decision making abilities; handle complex data collection, interpretation, and reporting; appropriately invoice organizations; work cooperatively with law enforcement, community stakeholders, county, municipal and state governments.  

Required Qualifications:  Associates or Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or related field and a minimum of three years of high level office administration and related experience; OR, an equivalent combination of education and experience, with at least two years high level experience in an office environment with demonstrated experience in administrative work and working knowledge of government policy. Preference will be given to a candidate with a college degree and any experience working in the criminal justice, mental health and legal fields.  Must be able to successfully pass a written exam, typing test, and an accounting test. Must be able to successfully pass a background check, psychological test, polygraph, and obtain a security clearance for work with Criminal Justice Records. Must have or obtain a Colorado Driver’s License within 60 days of appointment and maintain throughout employment and know how to safely operate a motor vehicle.  Candidates proceeding in the process will be required to complete a Sheriff’s Office Civilian Application.

Hiring Range: Non-Exempt.  $20.37 entry hourly (with potential for up to a 10% increase above base), DOQ. Summit County Government offers an excellent benefit program.

Application Deadline Date: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and application to Erin Opsahl at PO Box 210, in person at 501 N. Park Avenue, Breckenridge, CO 80424 or via email to Erin.Opsahl@SummitCountyCO.gov. This position is open until filled.  

SMART Clinical Case Manager

 
Position Summary: Summit County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a well-qualified Clinical Case Manager. This is a new position in the Support Services Division and is a grant-funded position.

This position will perform a variety of sub-clinical and administrative duties as part of a System-wide Mental Assessment Response Team (SMART), also commonly referred to as a co-responder model of mobile crisis intervention. The SMART response model consists of two-person teams comprised of a law enforcement officer and a mental/behavioral health counselor. The team is responsible for intervening on mental health-related police calls (and other crisis calls) to de-escalate situations that have historically resulted in arrest or hospitalization, and to assess whether the person in crisis should be referred for a higher level of mental health care.  The SMART Team provides a wide variety of specialized skills, services, and response capabilities reflecting the intersection of Summit County’s diverse community and its relationship to mental health. 

The SMART Clinical Case Manger (CM) must be able to effectively support the SMART Clinician and Technician in their work by providing, managing, and coordinating professional mental health services and system support services for people in crisis. The role of the CM will be to ensure continuity of care including: immediate and appropriate collaboration with proper agencies, referral to appropriate type and level of service, outreach/follow-up and advocacy for treatment deemed necessary. The CM will be responsible for securing needed follow-up treatment including psychiatric hospitalization, intensive outpatient treatment, day treatment services, substance use disorder treatment, etc. The CM will maintain organized files for individuals on their case load and will provide continual care coordination support and communication to connect users with necessary resources and services.  Additionally, there are other duties as directed by the Clinical Program Manager such as: public service events, public outreach and education and response to other community events related to crisis. The SMART Clinical Case Manager provides reports to the SMART Clinical Program Manager and works closely with SMART team Clinicians and Technicians. Work is reviewed through analysis of records and reports, clinical and administrative supervision, and regular meetings on outcomes. This position ensures daily activities of the SMART Team provide the highest level of public safety to all. The SMART Team is composed of three law enforcement positions, four clinical positions, and two administrative positions.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities: The SMART Clinician will perform all essential duties listed below in a professional, courteous and ethical manner.  

Conduct set office shifts in order to support response to crisis calls/events,  conduct needed outreach and case management and complete other administrative activities 
Work with SMART Clinician and Technician to determine type and level of care for the individual assessed and complete appropriate documentation
Independently determine and facilitate needed care coordination, resources and  services for those involved in the crisis service system
Obtain/complete needed paperwork (e.g. release of information, consent to treat, etc.) in a manner that strictly adheres to HIPAA and confidentiality requirements
Secure hospital placements for persons placed on M-1 holds and complete necessary paperwork for this process
Provide outreach and assistance with system navigation to users of crisis services
Conduct regular follow-up with case load to ensure utilization of services and follow through
Gather necessary demographic information, insurance information and other data as needed for program operations
Treat each person in crisis with compassion and give adequate time to determine the appropriate treatment and support needs
Collaborate with family or other persons relevant to the situation 
Staff cases with the Clinical Program Director and SMART team members for on-going training, supervision and quality assurance
Contact and collaborate with other agencies (EMS, law enforcement, primary cate,  etc.) when necessary
Make initial contact with the referring agency or private Stabilization Program practitioner in order to provide case information; continue to work collaboratively for the first few days of patients’ treatment to ensure continuity of care. This includes contact by phone and/or in person. 
Provide individual who was assessed (and/or their family) with necessary information for follow up, continued support and  education
In some cases, assist in discharge planning for individuals following any inpatient care, and coordinate any outpatient follow up that is deemed necessary; may include maintaining contact with patient for the first few days of returning home and to the community.  
Engage in community outreach such as targeted outreach to specific individuals or populations, QPR training, community events, etc.  
Attend staff meetings 
Establish and maintain strong interagency relationships, including local mental health professionals, human service agencies and psychiatric facilities throughout the state.
Communicate all shift activity verbally and in writing to the clinician taking over call/shift change; documentation for shift activity is required to be completed and in the system prior to ending a shift.  If a shift spans more than 24 hours, documentation for the day must be completed before the next business day
Attend relevant trainings as needed for continuing education 

Required Qualifications: 
Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Social Work, Human Services or closely related field. Master’s degree preferred. 
Experience working with Crisis response and intervention, suicide assessment and safety planning, hospitalization and community systems collaboration
Experience working with multidisciplinary teams and diverse populations
Interest in community mental health, clinical mental health or social work 
Must be able to pass a background check, psychological examination, polygraph examination, physical examination and obtain a security clearance for work with Criminal Justice Records.
Experience working with co-response and law enforcement preferred
Bi-lingual preferred
Must have a valid Colorado driver’s license at time of appointment and throughout employment.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Knowledge of local and agency resources for referrals
Skilled in basic computer operations: Word, internet use and data management
Ability to establish priorities, work independently in a fast-paced environment, and proceed with objectives without supervision
Ability to delivery culturally sensitive services and perform duties which require acknowledgement of diversity and differing worldviews of users
Ability to maintain boundaries with clients, practitioners, agencies and community members
Ability to uphold confidentiality at all times and when sharing information with those who have signed releases, ability to use the minimum necessary rule is imperative
Ability to maintain composure, professionalism, and structure in any given situation
Ability to handle and resolve recurring problems
Organizational and time management skills
Ability to quickly absorb and understand unfamiliar subject matter and communicate in-depth information
Duties require considerable independent judgment and wide latitude of individual initiative in the interpretation of policies and procedures and in decision making 

Hiring Range: Entry level of P50 is $24.35/Hour, plus excellent benefits.

Application Deadline Date: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and application to Erin Opsahl at PO Box 210, in person at 501 N. Park Avenue, Breckenridge, CO 80424 or via email to Erin.Opsahl@SummitCountyCO.gov. Civilian applications can be found online.
This position is open until filled.  

SMART Clinician 


Position Summary: Summit County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a well-qualified Mental Health Clinician. This is a new position in the Support Services Division and is a grant-funded position.

This position will perform a variety of clinical and administrative duties as part of a System-wide Mental Assessment Response Team (SMART), also commonly referred to as a co-responder model of mobile crisis intervention. The SMART response model consists of two-person teams comprised of a law enforcement officer and a mental/behavioral health counselor. The team is responsible for intervening on mental health-related police calls (and other crisis calls) to de-escalate situations that have historically resulted in arrest or hospitalization, and to assess whether the person in crisis should be referred for a higher level of mental health care.  The SMART Team provides a wide variety of specialized skills, services, and response capabilities reflecting the intersection of Summit County’s diverse community and its relationship to mental health. 

The SMART Clinician must be able to effectively respond to, provide, manage, and coordinate professional mental health services and system support services. The role of the clinician will be to insure continuity of care including: an immediate and professional evaluation, collaboration with proper agencies, referral to appropriate type and level of service, and advocacy for treatment deemed necessary. Additionally, there are other duties as directed by the Clinical Program Manager such as: public service events, public outreach and education and response to other community events related to crisis. The SMART Clinician serves as a mid-level staff who reports to the SMART Clinical Program Manager. Work is reviewed through analysis of records and reports, clinical supervision, and regular meetings on unusual or difficult problems. This position ensures daily activities of the SMART Team provide the highest level of public safety to all. The SMART Team is composed of four law enforcement positions, four clinical positions, and two administrative positions.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities: The SMART Clinician will perform all essential duties listed below in a professional, courteous and ethical manner.  

Conduct set office and on-call shifts in order to: respond to crisis calls/events,  conduct needed outreach and case management and complete other administrative activities
Assess nature of the crisis response and initiate appropriate response, intervention and level of service along with SMART technician (law enforcement).
Provide immediate crisis intervention services including suicide risk assessment, mental status exam and assessment of any other bio/psycho/social needs
Treat each person in crisis with compassion and give adequate time to determine the appropriate course of treatment
Determine type and level of care for the individual assessed and complete appropriate documentation
Initiate M-1 holds for involuntary treatment when necessary and work with technician/admin/case management to secure hospital placement
Collaborate with family or other persons relevant to the situation 
Staff cases with the Clinical Program Director for on-going training, supervision and quality assurance
Present cases to Emergency Medical Services (for medical clearance) when hospitalization is indicated 
Obtain/complete needed paperwork (e.g. release of information, consent to treat, etc.) in a manner that strictly adheres to HIPAA and confidentiality requirements
Contact and collaborate with other agencies (EMS, law enforcement, primary cate,  etc.) when necessary
Make initial contact with the referring agency or private Stabilization Program practitioner in order to provide assessment information; continue to work collaboratively for the first few days of patients’ treatment to insure continuity of care. This includes contact by phone and/or in person. 
Provide individual who was assessed (and/ or their family) with necessary information for follow up, continued support and  education
In some cases, assist in discharge planning for individuals following any inpatient care, and coordinate any outpatient follow up that is deemed necessary; may include maintaining contact with patient for the first few days of returning home and to the community.  
Engage in community outreach such as targeted outreach to specific individuals or populations, QPR training, community events, etc.  
Attend staff meetings 
Establish and maintain strong interagency relationships, including local mental health professionals, human service agencies and psychiatric facilities throughout the state.
Communicate all shift activity verbally and in writing to the clinician taking over call/shift change; documentation for shift activity is required to be completed and in the system prior to ending a shift.  If a shift spans more than 24 hours, documentation for the day must be completed before the next business day
Attend relevant trainings as needed for continuing education 
Is available for on-site evaluation at the start of shift and response time should be within 30 minutes

Required Qualifications: 
Master’s or Doctorate degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling or closely related degree from an accredited program
Licensed or license eligible in the State of Colorado (LPC, LCSW, PSY), candidates for licensure (LPCC, LCSWC) may also be considered given they meet the rest of the requirements 
Experience working with Crisis response and intervention, suicide assessment and safety planning, hospitalization and community systems collaboration
Experience working with multidisciplinary teams and diverse populations
Must be able to pass a background check, psychological examination, polygraph examination, physical examination and obtain a security clearance for work with Criminal Justice Records.
Must have or obtain a Colorado Driver’s License within 60 days of appointment and maintain throughout employment and know how to safely operate a motor vehicle
Experience working with co-response and law enforcement preferred
Bi-lingual preferred

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Knowledge of DSM 5 diagnoses and symptoms
Knowledge of local and agency resources for referrals
Skilled at assessing risk of suicide, creating effective safety plans and referring to appropriate level of care
Skilled in basic computer operations: Word, internet use and data management
Ability to establish priorities, work independently in a fast-paced environment, and proceed with objectives without supervision
Ability to delivery culturally sensitive services and perform duties which require acknowledgement of diversity and differing worldviews of users
Ability to maintain boundaries with clients, practitioners, agencies and community members
Ability to uphold confidentiality at all times and when sharing information with those who have signed releases, ability to use the minimum necessary rule is imperative
Ability to maintain composure, professionalism, and structure in any given situation
Ability to handle and resolve recurring problems
Organizational and time management skills
Ability to quickly absorb and understand unfamiliar subject matter and communicate in-depth information
Duties require considerable independent judgment and wide latitude of individual initiative in the interpretation of policies and procedures, in making decisions and in structuring and leading subordinate members in routine and emergency situations involving mental health

Hiring Range: Entry level of P90 is $32.16/Hour DOQ, plus excellent benefits.

Application Deadline Date: Please submit a cover letter, resume, and application to Erin Opsahl at PO Box 210, in person at 501 N. Park Avenue, Breckenridge, CO 80424 or via email to Erin.Opsahl@SummitCountyCO.gov. This position is open until filled.  

SMART Operations Lieutenant


Position Requirements: Summit County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a well-qualified Lieutenant. This is a new position in the Support Services Division. This is a grant-funded position.

This position will perform a variety of technical and administrative duties to lead, supervise and manage a professional Co-Responder model of criminal justice diversion. The System-wide Mental Assessment Response Team (SMART) consists of two-person teams comprised of a law enforcement officer and a behavioral health specialist to intervene on mental health-related police calls, to de-escalate situations that have historically resulted in arrest or hospitalization and to assess whether the person should be referred for an immediate behavioral health assessment.  This position has functional command of the SMART Team and works in conjunction with the Clinical Program Manager to ensure the co-deployed teams are maintaining the mission and accomplishing the Team’s goals, and that calls for service are properly handled. Under the direction of the Sheriff, the Lieutenant performs responsible supervisory, administrative and technical law enforcement work of considerable difficulty in directing the function of the SMART Team and other related activities, usually on an assigned shift. 

Work is performed in accordance with Sheriff’s Office rules and regulations, policies and procedures, general orders, directives verbal and/or written, from superiors. Duties require considerable independent judgment and wide latitude of individual initiative in the interpretation of policies and procedures, in making decisions and instructing and leading subordinate members in routine and emergency situations involving mental health. Work is reviewed through analysis of records and reports, discussions and periodic conferences on unusual or difficult problems. This position ensures daily activities of the SMART Team provide the highest level of public safety to all. 

This is a command-level supervisor, sworn and Colorado POST certified position that reports directly to the Sheriff. The SMART Team has 4 sworn positions and six non-sworn positions.

Expectations of the Chosen Candidate: The chosen candidate will be an experienced, team orientated professional with a combination of patrol, investigative, and leadership experience in addition to a demonstrated history showing initiative, advancement, self-motivation and independent problem solving and high level attention to detail. The chosen candidate will have strong office, organizational, time management and communication skills. The ideal candidate must have an unwavering attitude of service and be professional in directing and interacting with people during times of emotional and stressful situations. The candidate must have a demonstrated history of positive attitude and an aptitude for teaching and mentoring others. The candidate will be experienced and successful in managing work projects and tasks and completing within established timelines. The selected candidate will demonstrate a proven ability to quickly absorb and understand unfamiliar subject matter and communicate in-depth information.  As soon as possible the candidate must: successfully complete the Crisis Intervention Training (CIT), Mental Health First Aid training, the County Sheriffs of Colorado / Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police Command Staff Institute or equivalent and successfully complete all applicable Incident Command requirements, if not already completed.

Required Qualifications: Candidates shall have received professional training, in excess of the Colorado POST curriculum in the following areas: crisis intervention, mental health first aid, interview and interrogation, search and seizure, incident command, crime scene investigation, fundamentals of employment law, hiring and recruitment, supervision, and leadership. Preference will be given to a candidate with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or related field. Must be able to pass a background check, psychological examination, polygraph examination, physical examination and obtain a security clearance for work with Criminal Justice Records. The selection process will include taking the National Second-Line Supervisor Test by Standard and Associates, Inc. Candidates must meet the following requirements:

High school diploma or equivalent;
Must be 21 years of age;
A minimum of five years of law enforcement experience that includes at least two years as a Sergeant supervising 3 or more peace officers;
Successfully completed or an equivalent to the Colorado POST Supervisory Institute, County Sheriffs of Colorado Leadership in Police Organizations training program, FBI-LEEDA Supervisor Leadership Institute;
Off any probationary period;
Not currently involved in any disciplinary action;
Valid Colorado Driver's License at time of appointment and throughout employment; and
Colorado POST certified or a certified peace officer in another state and able to become Colorado POST certified within POST requirements;
Maintain POST certification throughout employment.

It is the policy of the Summit County Sheriff’s Office to utilize a fair, unbiased promotional procedure that accurately   evaluates a candidate’s level of preparedness for promotion (Lexipol Policy 1002.2). Candidates will be evaluated on the totality of their qualifications including, but not limited to, prior job performance, disciplinary actions, and promotional process performance. 

Required Training: As a part of our contract obligations with the Office of Behavioral Health, candidates may be required to attend training in the following areas: 

Cultural Awareness and Responsiveness 
Trauma-Informed Care 
Evidence-based and Promising Practices in Crisis Intervention 
Child, Adolescent and Family Crisis Interventions 
Suicide Screening, Assessment and Safety Planning 
Mental Health Conditions 
Substance Use Disorders 
Co-Occurring Disorders 
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 
Traumatic Brain Injuries 
Dementia 
Screening and Risk Assessment 
Psychiatric Medications and Side Effects 
Non-violent Crisis Intervention 
National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) Including OBH CLAS standards policies.

Hiring Range (M60): The Lieutenant is an exempt employee. The position starts at $2701.39 bi-weekly. Internal candidate’s salary will be adjusted in accordance Summit County Human Resources Guidelines if selected. External candidates may be eligible for a 10% increase above base DOQ. Summit County Government offers an excellent total rewards package.

Application Deadline Date: Internal candidates will be required to submit a letter of interest and resume to Erin Opsahl. 

External candidates will be required to complete a Sheriff’s Office Deputy Application. Please submit a completed Sheriff’s Office Deputy Application, resume and cover letter, or Letter of Interest and resume to Erin Opsahl at PO Box 210, Breckenridge, Colorado 80424, in person at 501 N. Park Avenue, Breckenridge, CO 80424 or via email to Erin.Opsahl@SummitCountyCO.gov. This position is open until filled.




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Patrol Cadet

Position Description:  Summit County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a qualified Patrol Cadet.  The applicant selected for the position attends a Colorado Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Law Enforcement Academy to obtain POST Certification. Upon POST Certification, the Patrol Cadet promotes to Patrol Deputy. The Patrol Cadet’s primary job location is at a POST Academy located in either the Denver Metropolitan Area or Glenwood Springs. 

Minimum Qualifications:  MUST be Colorado POST certifiable. Other minimum requirements: 21 years of age, high school diploma or equivalent, valid CO Driver's License. Must pass written, oral, physical, psychological, polygraph and background tests.

Hiring Range: $21.60 per hour plus excellent benefits package. Pay rate increases to $25.66 per hour upon POST Certification and promotion to Patrol Deputy. The position is budgeted as full-time, 40 hours per week. 

Application Submission:  Summit County Sheriff Patrol Deputy Application documents are available at the Summit County Sheriff's Office, 501 N. Park Ave., Breckenridge, Colorado. The position is posted open until filled. Please submit a completed Patrol Deputy Application at PO Box 210, or at 501 N. Park Avenue, Breckenridge, CO 80424 or via email to RecruitPatrol@summitcountyco.gov.   


Patrol Deputy

Interested parties should download a Patrol application after reading the basic requirements below. 

Salary: $26.17 per hour
   
Basic Requirements

Job Description 

Patrol Deputy Application
 

Hiring Process: 

  1. Initial application process
  2. Written Testing
  3. Oral Board
  4. Complete a Personal History Questionnaire
  5. Background Investigation
  6. Integrity Interview
  7. Psychological Testing
  8. Polygraph Examination
  9. Executive Interview
  10. Successful completion of the FTO program

Testing for these positions will be TBA. Qualified candidates who are selected to move forward into each phase will be informed by phone or email. 

A completed application may be mailed directly to the Sheriff’s Office at: 501 N. Park Ave./P.O. Box 210, Breckenridge, CO 80424 or may be scanned and emailed to: RecruitPatrol@summitcountyco.gov  

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