The El Paso County Sheriff's Office (EPSO) is now accepting applications for Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Certified Deputy Sheriff.
Candidates interested in testing for the Deputy Recruit - Certified position may submit their application by following the link on the El Paso County website at https://tinyurl.com/46vyxdau. The El Paso County Human Resources will e-mail you thereafter.
The El Paso County Sheriff's Office is a professional organization of committed men and women who share a vision of contributing to the quality of life for our community. The EPSO continues to be a leader in providing superior law enforcement services to our community. We are an innovative agency striving to better the community and find creative ways to manage increasing crime rates and jail populations.
The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office is located in El Paso County which covers 2,130 square miles in east central Colorado, situated between the southern end of the Front Range and the Great Plains. Pikes Peak, the state’s most famous mountain, lies within its borders, and the county seat, Colorado Springs, is the second-largest city in Colorado. The El Paso Sheriff’s Office operates the largest single jail in the State of Colorado, patrols all unincorporated ares of the county, responds to emergencies, and helps fight wildland fires. We are committed to holding the highest standard for public safety to make El Paso County a safe place to live and visit.
If you are committed to quality service with an emphasis on integrity, professionalism, and community spirit, we look forward to you joining our family. Apply today.