Jeffrey Cohn – an experienced law enforcement professional who has worked in a variety of areas including patrol operations, investigations and community programs – has been named the new deputy chief of police for the University of Colorado Denver Police Department.
He served for more than 25 years with the city of Lakewood Police Department. During his tenure there, Cohn was the program manager for the School Resource Program and the Neighborhood Action Team. More recently, he was appointed as the commander for the Property Crimes Division.
Cohn is a certified fraud examiner and completed the Colorado Sheriff’s Association Command School. He holds a bachelor’s degree in administration of justice, an AAS Accounting degree and is pursuing a master’s degree in criminal justice through American Public University.
“I am confident our police department will benefit from Mr. Cohn’s passion for excellence and strong leadership skills," Chief of Police Doug Abraham said. "We are fortunate to have him as a leader in the University Police Department."