Services Bureau


Services Bureau

Organization & Bureau Responsibilities

The Services Bureau of the Pueblo Police Department is broken down into 2 main divisions: the Special Services Division and the Support Services Division. Each division is supervised by one captain, and Deputy Chief Michael Bennett is the head of the entire bureau.

Division Units

  • The Special Investigation Division is comprised of the: 
  • Pueblo Metro Bomb Squad
    • The Pueblo Metro Bomb Squad responds to situations where explosives, potentially explosive hazardous materials, and suspicious packages are known to be or may be present. The Bomb Squad was created in 1975 and is currently 1 of approximately 500 federally accredited bomb squads in the United States. In 2008, the Pueblo Metro Bomb Squad was formed allowing the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office to add 2 deputies to the squad.
    • Should you have any questions or concerns based on any of the aforementioned services provided by the Pueblo Metro Bomb Squad, you can contact the Squad Supervisor, Sergeant Dustin Taylor at 719-553-2544.

Additionally, the Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT) and Crisis Negotiation Team make up Tactical Services.

Within the Special Services Division are the Internal Affairs Section, Police Support Technician Unit, and Training Section.
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Within the Support Services Division are the 911 Communications Center, Records Section, Crime Analysis Unit, and the Support Services Section (which includes the Property and Evidence Section, Fleet Services and Maintenance, Building Maintenance, and Lo-Jack Program).

Additionally, working under the direct supervision of Deputy Chief Bennett, is Administrative Services.