Nederland Municipal Court Judge
The Town of Nederland in located 20 miles west of Boulder and serves a population of 1,500. The Town operates under a Board-Town Administrator form of government and provides the following services: police, street maintenance, parks, municipal court, community center building, fitness center, planning and zoning. The Town also owns and operates enterprise activities, including water treatment, water distribution and wastewater management.
The Town of Nederland provides its own police services and holds court monthly on the second Friday of the month at 10:00 a.m. The offenses range from general traffic violations to various misdemeanor charges. The Town advocates for alternative sentencing solutions, such as restorative justice, and has partnered with the Teen Center on youth programs focused on restorative justice. The Municipal Judge is appointed by the Board of Trustees. For more information, click on the link below!
Nederland Judge RFP 2018
Nederland Municipal Judge Search
The Town of Nederland Police Department is accepting applications for full-time and part-time Police Officer position(s): Job duties include performing routine and technical police work in all aspects of Law Enforcement and Police activities. Providing honest, professional, integrity-driven, community policing techniques and assistance to all citizens, residents, and visitors to Nederland.
Those interested should submit a resume to Police Clerk Carole Maser, 303-258-3250 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Full Job Posting
Nederland Police Department Seeks Operations Support Unit (OSU) Volunteer
The Nederland Police Department is looking for a local volunteer for its Operations Support Unit (OSU). The OSU Volunteer would work for the Nederland Police Department and provide support to the daily operations of the NPD. The preferred candidate would be a local Nederland area resident that is able to provide a minimum of 8 hours per week of unpaid volunteer service, with the understanding that additional hours may be needed on a case by case basis. The OSU Volunteer would work directly for the Marshal and/or his designee and be responsible for such administrative duties as fleet operations, traffic management, special events support, motorist assist, firearms/armory support, etc. A complete list of job responsibilities and preferred candidate qualifications are listed below. Please contact NPD Clerk if you have any additional questions or interested in the OSU position. Contact: 303-258-3250 email@example.com
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NPD OSU Volunteer Job Description (375.3 KiB, 497 hits)