SPECIAL MEETING – Broadmoor Police Commission October 25, 2021
Please take notice that the Chair of the BROADMOOR POLICE PROTECTION DISTRICT, acting pursuant to the authority of Government Code §54956, hereby calls special meeting of the Board of Commissioners on Monday October 25, 2021 at 11:00am.
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Broadmoor Police Accepting Applications
The Broadmoor Police Protection District is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer and Part Time Per Diem Officer.
Interested persons should have their application submitted on or before October 31, 2021.
Click here to apply for the position.
With the federal government’s recent public release reporting on the origins of COVID-19, the Broadmoor Police Department would like to take a moment to remind our community that hate crimes and incidents will not be tolerated.
We are committed to ensuring our community feels safe and protected against all hate and bigotry. If you or someone you know has been a victim of a hate crime, contact the police immediately!
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PRESS RELEASE – Fugitive Arrested August 19th, 2021
We would like to hear from you. If you have a question or comment, please feel free to contact our department today.
The unincorporated town of Broadmoor boasts the only active police protection district remaining in the State of California.
The Broadmoor Police Protection District is a Police Commission of three residents elected at large by the voters of the district.
Broadmoor Police is always on the lookout for men and women to join our department. Do you have what it takes?
Broadmoor Police Safety Update
COVID 19 Update / Broadmoor Police Social Media Outlets
In 1948 the residents of the unincorporated hamlet of Broadmoor, which then was larger than the City of Daly City and extended from about Westlake to South San Francisco, was comprised mostly of farm lands, came together and formed their own police department as a police protection district because services from the San Mateo County Sheriff were not sufficient to meet the needs of the residents. In particular, the Sheriff’s Office was located in Redwood City, where it is still located, some 20 miles south of Broadmoor.