Rangely Police Force
- Ti Hamblin, Chief of Police
Chief TiRynn Hamblin started his career in Law Enforcement in 2005, working for the Rifle Police Department and the Rio Blanco County Sheriff’s Office prior to his employment with the Rangely Police Department. He joined the Rangely Police Department in 2011.
Chief Hamblin is a Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) through the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), a Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT-B) as well as the Rangely Police Department K9 Handler. Chief Hamblin and K9 Eiko have been a certified team for more than 5 years. Chief Hamblin continues to work K9 Eiko in his capacity as Chief of Police. Hamblin’s area of expertise throughout his career has been DUI enforcement and criminal/drug interdiction. He also serves as the agency’s Public Information Officer.
Chief Hamblin is an instructor in Standardized Field Sobriety Tests, Taser, Intoxilyzer 9000 and Below 100. He has taught each of these subjects and many more at the Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) Ranger Academy. He has worked as an adjunct instructor for the CNCC Rangely Academy since 2015.
Chief Hamblin is a graduate of the University of Denver’s Public Safety Leadership Development Program and the recipient of the FBI LEEDA Trilogy award in leadership. He is currently enrolled at Arizona State where he is working on a Bachelor’s of Science in Public Service & Public Policy (Emergency Management & Homeland Security).
- Lt. Phil Stubblefield
- Sgt. Rich Garner
- Jordan Hughes
Officer Jordan Hughes is from Savannah, Georgia. He moved to Rangely in 2015. He is a 2020 graduate of the Technical College of the Rockies Law Enforcement Training Academy. He began working for the Rangely Police Department immediately after his graduation in June of 2020.
Officer Hughes spends his time studying history and geography and is hoping to eventually earn a degree in both subjects. His interest in history stems from the history rich area surrounding Rangely. When not working he enjoys spending much of his time in the wide-open spaces surrounding Rangely exploring local history.
He hopes to further his career in Law Enforcement and wishes to continue serving the Town of Rangely for the foreseeable future.
- Keller Hilton
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- Ketchum Millard
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