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Former Colorado Springs Lieutenant joins District Attorney’s Office as Chief Investigator

Posted at 3:43 PM, Dec 12, 2018

COLORADO SPRINGS – A veteran of the Colorado Springs Police Department is joining the Fourth Judicial District Attorney’s Office as the Chief Investigator following a nationwide search.

Lieutenant Brett Poole will supervise a staff of approximately 30 employees, including 22 investigators, and will oversee all investigative work conducted by the District Attorney’s Office.

Brett Poole swearing in
4th Judicial District Attorney Dan May swears in new Chief Investigator Brett Poole. (Photo: 4th Judicial District Attorney’s Office)

“In joining the District Attorney’s Office, Brett Poole, who is a highly respected leader in the law enforcement community, has chosen to continue the tradition of exemplary service to the citizens of El Paso and Teller Counties,” said 4th Judicial District Attorney Dan May.

Poole most recently worked for CSPD as the supervisor of the Violent Crimes Section, with experience in the Special Victims Section, Gang Unit, the Crimes against Children Unit and the Metro Medical Marijuana regulatory team.