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Operations Division
Commander Gene McCauseyThe Operations Division is supervised by Commander Gene McCausey, who has been with the department since 1992. Throughout his police career, Commander McCausey has served as a patrol officer, field training officer, detective, patrol sergeant, detective sergeant, administrative sergeant and support services commander. He was promoted to commander in January 2011.

Commander McCausey holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Justice Administration. He is also a graduate of Northwestern School of Police Staff and Command and has completed the International Association of Chiefs of Police "Leadership in Police Organizations" training.

Commander McCausey can be reached at 303-665-5571.

The Operations Division is divided into two sections which contain several collateral duties:

Patrol Division
The Patrol Division is the eyes and ears of the department throughout the city and responds to emergency and non-emergency calls. The men and women of the Patrol Division strive for excellence in a positive and professional manner, with dedication to community oriented problem solving. The Patrol Division is made up of 6 sergeants, 6 corporals, 13 patrol officers, 2 traffic officers, and 1 animal control officer. Patrol officers hold many additional specialty duties to include:

  • S.W.A.T. Officers
  • Bicycle Officers        
  • Motorcycle Officers
  • Field Training Officers
  • Drug Recognition Experts
  • School Liaison Officers
  • Certified V.I.N Inspectors
  • Critical Accident Response Team Officers
  • Commercial Vehicle Inspectors

Investigation Division
Detectives assigned to the Investigations Division are responsible for ongoing investigations that require substantial follow-up and specialized training. The division handles all types of cases from thefts to homicides. The Investigation Division is responsible for registering and verifying registered sex offenders within the city. This division consists of 1 sergeant, 5 in-house detectives, 1 detective assigned to the Boulder County Drug Task Force and 1 school resource officer.

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