Town of Erie Police Department

Town of Erie Police Department Introductions

Over the past year we’ve been introducing you to some of the men and women of the Town of Erie Police Department.  These introductions are informal and brief – so whether you are new to Erie or have lived here for years, we hope you’ll take just a moment to get to know us a little better.  And next time you see us out in the community – be sure to say “hi” to our officers.  We are only strangers once.
 
It is an honor to serve you and the entire Erie community.  Thank you

Photo: Police Officer Introductions
Officer Cooper Cramblet & Officer Shannon Crow

Introduce yourselves

Cooper: Officer Cooper Cramblet with the Erie Police Department
Shannon: Officer Shannon Crow with the Erie Police Department


How long have you been a Police Officer?  How long with the Erie Police Department?

Cooper: I have been a Police Officer for 3 ½ years, but I’ve only been here in Erie since January of this year. 
Shannon: I have been an Officer for the last 10 months, all of which have been here in Erie. 


Why did you want to be in law enforcement?

Cooper: I wanted to be able to make an impact with a wide variety of people.  I enjoy that I am able to help and interact with different people on a daily basis.
Shannon: I have many family members in law enforcement and emergency services and knew that I wanted a career that is rewarding, challenging and different every day. 


Tell us about an average day for you at work

Cooper: I am currently on the graveyard shift, so I am keeping an eye on the sleeping community and responding to calls as needed.  I try to be proactive while on shift by doing business checks and watching for impaired drivers.
Shannon: When not on a call, I try to stay busy with self-initiated activities.  I like to get out on foot patrol and do business checks and also visit construction sites.


When you aren’t working, what do you do for fun?

Cooper: I spend most of my free time outside.  I like to spend time with family, barbecuing and playing outside.  I also try to golf as often as I can, even in the winter!
Shannon: I also like to spend time outside and exercising.  I enjoy going to the movies and going out to eat, but I also like to stay home and read a good book. 


What neighborhood are you assigned to?

Cooper & Shannon: Cooper is assigned to Canyon Creek and Northridge and Shannon is assigned to Baxter Farm and Flatiron Meadows.  We both make sure to help patrol the areas, assist residents with concerns and participate in designated community events and meetings.


What do you love about working in Erie?

Cooper: I grew up in Erie and went to school here, and love that I have come full circle and get to work now in this community.  Erie has grown so much since I was a kid, but it still has that small town feel.  I like that I know many families here still and that I get to work in such a supportive community.
Shannon: I love that the department is small and so personable and that we receive so much support from the department as a whole.  I also really enjoy working in a community that is so friendly to all of the officers. 




ERIE POLICE DEPARTMENT
1000 Telleen Avenue | P.O. Box 510
Erie, CO 80516
www.erieco.gov/police | 303-926-2800

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