Colorado State Patrol Security Officer Careers

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  1. Security Officers with the Colorado State Patrol are responsible for patrolling various state buildings to ensure safety and security of personnel and visitors. This role can be a lifelong career with advancement opportunities into the Corporal or Sergeant roles or may also serve as a stepping stone for Members into the Trooper career path for those who are not yet 21 years of age.

The current starting Salary for ESB Officers Security I is $32,196 - $45,768.

Facilities Security Officers are responsible for:
  • Conducting interior and exterior security tours of state buildings and surrounding grounds in vehicle or on foot.
  • Screening of persons’ belongings at security check points in buildings within the Capitol Complex
  • Identify problem areas and unauthorized personnel.
  • Identify alarms indicating possible fire, water leaks, or other problems relating to state property.
  • Identify safety hazards.
  • Provide services such as after-hours escorts to vehicles for Capitol Complex tenants.
  • Report any unusual or suspicious activity throughout the Capitol Complex.
  • Secure all exterior entrances, dock doors, windows, etc.
  • Perform both single and tandem patrol in a mostly self-supervised atmosphere.
  • Must be able to multi-task when relieving dispatchers between answering phones and calls for service.
  • Interact with police/fire/maintenance personnel in emergency situations.
Position Requirements
  • Must be willing to work any shift, weekends, and holidays
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must be a Colorado resident at the time of application
  • Willing to undergo a thorough background check to include drug test and polygraph
  • The background investigation is based on the following criteria including, but not limited to: Driving history, criminal behavior/history, alcohol use/behavior, drug use/behavior, and integrity
  • Ability to multi-task between answering phones and radio dispatch
  • Interact with police/fire/maintenance personnel in emergency situations
  • Be able to notify the proper support personnel
  • Lower State and National flags at the Judicial Building and State Capitol as required
  • Process all orders for special requested flags at Capitol and ensure proper handling of same
  • Maintain all issued security equipment to ensure proper functioning of equipment at all times

 

William Kulp

William Kulp
Operations Manager
303-912-3962
William.Kulp@state.co.us

Freddi Southwell

Freddie Southwell
ESB Security Sergeant
720-925-2711
Freddie.Southwell@state.co.us

Michael Montgomery

Michael Montgomery
Security Corporal
720-630-1836
Michael.Montgomery@state.co.us