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Visit the Sheriff’s Website for Jail Information in Chaffee County Here: http://chaffeesheriff.org/records/police-reports/


Chaffee County Detention Facility


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 65
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 10
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(719) 539-7150

Chaffee County, CO Offense Statistics
Violent Crime9
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter0
Rape (revised and legacy definition)1
Aggravated Assault6
Property Crime51
Motor Vehicle Theft3
Arsonnot available
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department

Chaffee County Sheriff's Office

This page was created to share information and highlight the activities of our organization. Members of the Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office are committed to providing the highest standard of service to our community and to the tens of thousands of visitors to our county each year. We recognize and profoundly appreciate the unique character of our valley home and its diversity of opportunities for recreation, learning, and culture. As residents of the community ourselves, we understand that our mission requires that we perform not solely as enforcers of the law but as peace keepers, dispute mediators, and problem solvers as well. **We reserve the right to remove any comments that are vulgar or disrespectful. **Our patches are purchased through the county general fund from taxpayer revenues. Regrettably, the increased costs of patches prohibit us from honoring requests for them.
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Chaffee County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, February 17th, 2018 at 11:36am
50th Anniversary of 9-1-1

The Chaffee County Communications Center today announced the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first 911 call.

On February 16, 1968, Alabama Speaker of the House, Mr. Rankin Fite, made the first 9-1-1 call from the Haleyville City Hall. From that small beginning, 911 technology has become more sophisticated in response to consumer expectations.

Each advancement has improved our nation’s ability to get better, more reliable information to first responders so they can do their job of saving lives and property.

The Chaffee County 9-1-1 Authority Board started planning for Enhanced 9-1-1 in September 1989, and went live in September 1990. This was accomplished with a non-interest loan for purchasing the equipment. Enhanced 911 shows a screen with an address of the phone, name and call back number, where Basic 9-1-1 did not give any visual information. In 1998, the Chaffee County 9-1-1 Authority Board started planning for receiving 9-1-1 calls from cellular phones, and started receiving 9-1-1 cell phone calls in 1999. Cell phone providers are required to allow cell phones without a service contract to call 9-1-1, and since they can still call 9-1-1, please take the battery out of the cell phone if you give it to your children to play with, better yet, donate it to a charitable cause such as The Alliance. In 2004, Chaffee County upgraded with it’s first ESN, also known as Reverse 911. This system allows for notifications to the public of urgent safety messages. This system was upgraded in 2008 and 2016. The Communications Center upgrades their wire line phone list approximately twice a year, but cell phones must be registered. We encourage citizens to go to http://www.chaffeesheriff.org/communications/Everbridge, this will give you information on the system, and a link to create an account and enter your phone numbers. You can enter both, cell phone and wire line numbers, your home and work addresses, this will enable you to get notifications that concern your home and work neighborhoods. This system will do voice calls, text and email notifications, if you add the information. In 2009, the Chaffee County 9-1-1 Authority Board did an upgrade allowing for Phase 2 cellular phones. Phase 2 phones will give a location within 5 meters. Older cellular phones don’t have the Phase 2 capability and therefore will only give the location of the tower and not the location of the caller. If you do not know which you have, ask your cellular provider. In 2016, Chaffee County Communications started receiving Text to 9-1-1. This allows citizens to text the communications center if they are unable to speak. 9-1-1 centers prefer to talk to the person, but text can be used if the person is not able to do a voice call. Text to 9-1-1 is not as reliable as voice, since you are depending on the cellular carrier to deliver the message quickly, and in the mountains, sometimes this does not happen. In 2017, the 9-1-1 system was upgraded to the Viper system allowing more operability for the dispatchers and providing a better mapping system.

Over the years, 9-1-1 has improved, but new technologies prove to be challenging. Cellular phones and Voice over IP (VoIP) have been two of the biggest challenges. If someone has a VoIP phone system and they move but keep the same provider, they must update their physical address with the provider, so that the phone will show the new address.

Happy 50th anniversary for the first 9-1-1 call and in 2020 Chaffee County will celebrate 30 years of having 9-1-1 for its citizens.
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Chaffee County Sheriff's Office added 2 new photos.Friday, February 9th, 2018 at 12:38pm

On February 6, 2018 Sheriff John Spezze presented Deputy Jesse Sanderlin with the one of highest honors given to a Chaffee County Deputy, the Chaffee County Sheriff's Office Distinguished Service Cross.

Sheriff Spezze told those in attendance that in December, 2017 Deputy Sanderlin was on routine patrol and observed a vehicle with a driver that appeared to be avoiding contact with law enforcement. Deputy Sanderlin followed the vehicle into a subdivision keeping dispatch well informed of his location. The driver ultimately stopped and exited the vehicle. The driver was holding a handgun and began to walk away from Deputy Sanderlin. Deputy Sanderlin gave commands to stop and put the gun down. The subject continued walking away stating that Deputy Sanderlin would have to kill him. Deputy Sanderlin followed the subject at gunpoint, maintaining cover and communicating to dispatch his location.
Deputy Sanderlin continued to follow the subject evaluating if deadly force was an option. Sanderlin had to evaluate this rapidly unfolding dangerous situation and kept the presence of mind to pinpoint his location for cover officers and what force option was appropriate all while caring for his own safety and concern for the occupied houses they were quickly approaching.

Deputy Sanderlin recognized the opportunity to utilize a less lethal option, tazing the subject. This tactic was successful; the subject was disarmed and taken into custody.

Deputy Sanderlin is to be commended for his initial observations. He encountered an individual that was armed and extremely dangerous not only to Deputy Sanderlin but to the public as well. Deputy Sanderlin displayed not only exemplary courage but an incredible presence of mind in that his officer safety was outstanding and his ability to communicate his location was impeccable. For his outstanding performance in this situation Deputy Jesse Sanderlin is awarded the Chaffee County Sheriff's Office Distinguished Service Cross.
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Chaffee County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, February 9th, 2018 at 12:29pm
Operators from the Chaffee County Combined Tactical Team paid their respects to El Paso County Deputy Micah Flick. Rest In Peace Brother. We’ll hold the line.”
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Chaffee County Sheriff's Office updated their profile picture.Tuesday, February 6th, 2018 at 2:58pm
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Chaffee County Sheriff's Office updated their profile picture.Thursday, January 25th, 2018 at 5:18pm
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Chaffee County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, January 11th, 2018 at 4:02am
Chaffee County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a Communications Officer/Dispatcher. Applicants must be 21 years of age with a good driving record and no criminal history. They must have good hearing in both ears, be able to multi-task, ability to type, and have a high school diploma (or equivalent). Only applications from the Sheriff’s Office will be accepted and may be obtained from and returned, Monday thru Thursday to the Chaffee County Sheriff’s Records Department, 641 W. 3rd St., P.O. Box 699, Salida, Colorado 81201. Applications can also be emailed, contact the below phone number for email address. Applications close at 3:00 PM on Tuesday January 30th, 2018. For more information contact Annette Stolba at 719-539-2596. Chaffee County is an equal opportunity employer.
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