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Posted on: January 20, 2017

[ARCHIVED] Noble And Musgrave Promoted Within Steamboat Springs Police Department

Musgrave, Christensen, Noble

The Steamboat Springs Police department announced new advancements for the new year promoting Evan Noble to sergeant and Shane Musgrave to detective. 

“Growth and advancement within the department is a priority and something I’m proud to see for these two officers,” said Cory Christensen, Steamboat Springs Police Chief. “Evan and Shane bring extensive experience and knowledge to their new roles and will continue to be valued resources for the City of Steamboat Springs and its residents.” 

As sergeant, Noble will perform a variety of public safety work overseeing police patrol officers, investigations and reporting, traffic regulations and related law enforcement activities. In addition to day-to-day supervisory responsibilities, he will collaborate with outside agencies including law enforcement, emergency services, probation and parole, the district attorney, human services and mental health, public schools, security companies and media outlets.

Patrol sergeant Noble attended the Highlands Ranch Public Safety Training Institute and joined the department in 2009. He is certified as a Field Training Officer, Firearms Instructor and is a member of the regional multi-agency Combined Emergency Response Team (CERT). His most recent assignment was to the Investigations division as a detective. Sergeant Noble is currently assigned to day shift patrol operations.

As detective, Musgrave takes on responsibility for criminal investigations including collecting physical and testimonial evidence, securing warrants, conducting interviews, interrogations and background checks, testifying in court as well as educating residents on a variety of public safety topics. In addition, he will work with the Colorado Bureau of Investigations as well as Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) and Critical Incident Team as required.  

Musgrave joined the Steamboat Springs Police department in 2012 as a patrol officer.  A year later, he was selected to be the Downtown Resource Officer, a member of CERT and the department armorer. Prior to moving to Steamboat, Musgrave served in law enforcement capacities in Cordova and Anchorage, Alaska. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Alaska Fairbanks as well as numerous certifications from Alaska, Colorado and various law enforcement organizations. 

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Contact Information: 
Cory Christensen, Chief of Police – (970) 871-8113 or

Annette Dopplick, Commander – (970) 871-8118 or

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