Law Enforcement Officer

Denver, CO
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City

Salary: $45,000– $65,000.

Position Summary:

The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is seeking a self-motivated, versatile Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officer (FRLEO) to provide basic police duties including maintaining a safe environment through continual assessment and mitigation of physical security risks. The FRLEO will assist with the effective deployment of law enforcement best practices and physical security system technologies (access control, video surveillance, intrusion detection, screening, etc.). Previous law enforcement experience not required, but preferred.

Essential Functions:

  • Protects and safeguards personnel, property, assets, and operations, remaining alert for potential security, property, or safety concerns and initiates the appropriate actions.
  • Responds to disturbances and unusual, emergency, or other rapidly evolving events/situations, including potentially life-threatening situations. Uses the appropriate degree of physical force and/or weaponry as situation dictates and makes critical decisions at the scene prior to the arrival of more senior officers. Prepares detailed incident reports.
  • Controls access to the Bank and high security areas, including inspecting individuals, their property, and/or vehicles.
  • Performs interior and exterior security patrols and checks.
  • Operates and monitors Bank Law Enforcement and life safety systems and equipment, including but not limited to the closed-circuit television system, integrated access control and Law Enforcement alarm systems, x-ray machine and metal detectors, biometric readers, radio system, fire system, public address system, and fire extinguishers.
  • May perform rotational roles such as Canine Handler, Instructor, Field Training Officer, etc.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Must be at least 21 years old.
  • High school education or GED.
  • Excellent oral and interpersonal communications skills.
  • Write clear, concise, and grammatically correct documents.
  • Working knowledge in the use of PCs, email, and ability to learn other computer based/ MS Office applications.
  • Previous law enforcement experience not required, but preferred.