Fort Collins Police Services
|Fort Collins Police Services|
|Annual budget||$36,573,507 (2013)|
|Legal personality||Governmental: Government agency|
|Operations jurisdiction*||State of Colorado, U.S.|
|Legal jurisdiction||Fort Collins, Colorado|
|Headquarters||2221 South Timberline Road|
|Agency executive||John Hutto, Police Chief|
|* Divisional agency: Division of the country, over which the agency has usual operational jurisdiction.|
The Fort Collins Police Services is the law enforcement agency of Fort Collins, Colorado. The department is headed by Chief John Hutto. It has 200 full-time sworn law enforcement officers and 105.5 full-time civilian personnel.
In addition to an office for the chief, the department is divided into Administrative Services, Information Services, Investigation Services and Patrol Services. Each service is headed by an officer in the rank of captain. The department also has an Explorer group in association with the Boy Scouts of America and a police auxiliary program. It periodically conducts a Citizen's Police Academy program.
The department has SWAT, motorcycle, and canine units. It also provides nine police officers who provide security to 34 schools in the area.
- FCPS web site retrieved April 2015 http://www.fcgov.com/police/
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