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Anne Mitchell
Anne Mitchell

5 out of 5 stars

posted 11 months ago

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C Hale
C Hale

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

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jasmine garcia
jasmine garcia

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 years ago

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Jefferson County Jail


According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: unknown
Inmate Capacity: unknown
Year Constructed: an unknown year
Full-Time Staff: 346
Total Staff Salaries: unknown

Phone:(303) 271-5444

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office

Each day, we strive to provide the best law enforcement services to the people of Jefferson County, and to build on the foundation laid by the sheriffs who preceded us. We thank you for your support and partnership as we embark on our next 150 years.
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeMonday, January 23rd, 2017 at 11:49am
Lock It or Lose It JeffCo!

This week we are participating in “Puffer Week,” a campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of leaving your vehicle running unattended.

This time of year, we see an increase in auto thefts due to cars left running to warm up in cold weather. The exhaust fumes “puffing” out of unattended vehicles’ tailpipes are an invitation to thieves looking for an easy steal.

Without the use of a remote start, these vehicles are usually unlocked with the key in the ignition. Auto thieves are criminals and therefore are more likely to use a stolen vehicle in the commission of more crimes. Help us prevent auto theft and their subsequent crimes: don’t leave your vehicle running unattended. #PufferWeek

To answer two of the most asked questions we receive on this topic:

*Using remote start is NOT illegal, and
*It is NOT illegal to warm up your car on private property, such as in your driveway

We'll be posting tips all week from Coloradans Against Auto Theft (CAAT)!
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, January 22nd, 2017 at 10:00am
The JeffCo Sheriff’s Office Citizens’ Academy Starts in March!
Join Us and Learn About YOUR JeffCo Sheriff's Office!

The highly anticipated Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Citizens’ Academy is just around the corner and we are now accepting applications. The academy will begin on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, and is a 10-week program designed to provide Jefferson County residents with hands-on experiences and information about how the Sheriff’s Office functions. The class will be held each Wednesday evening from 6-9:00 p.m.

Participants will learn about the many aspects of law enforcement from veteran deputies who teach in their own areas of expertise. In a classroom setting — enhanced with tours — citizens will explore various aspects of law enforcement and acquire firsthand knowledge of patrol, criminal investigations, K-9, Bomb Squad, detention operations, and more. Each class provides insight into the challenging tasks deputy sheriffs and investigators must face daily.

If you’ve ever been curious about law enforcement and how it really works, or perhaps have an interest in exploring a career in law enforcement, this academy is the place for you. Participation in any physical activities is strictly voluntary.

Participation in the academy requires a commitment of one night a week for 10 weeks. There is no fee for the academy and participants must be residents of Jefferson County and at least 18 years old. Space in the class is limited, so don’t delay. Once the academy is full, applicants will be placed on an eligibility list for 2018.

Read more details and apply on our website: http://jeffco.us/sheriff/community/citizens-academy/

Questions? Please contact our Crime Prevention Deputy Janie Gonda at 303-271-5807 or jmgonda@jeffco.us.
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office added 12 new photos to the album: Best Wishes in Retirement Deputy Lock!Saturday, January 21st, 2017 at 10:31am
Please join us in wishing Deputy L. Lock a happy retirement and thanking him for his more than 30 years of dedicated service to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and the community.

Although he was a deputy sheriff for 30 years, his career with us actually began 35 years ago when he first became a reserve deputy assigned to Patrol and then the Aviation Unit as an observer in 1981. In 1986 he joined the department full time and after graduation from the academy returned to Patrol, bringing his reserve experience and knowledge. In April 1995, he was one of the first deputies to respond to the Albertson shooting death of Sgt. Tim Mossbrucker and two others, and he quickly found himself in direct confrontation with the shooter.

In May 1995, he transferred to the Investigation Division assigned to the Crimes Against Children Unit. In this assignment he wrote countless arrest and search warrants, conducted interviews with adults and children, and testified in court many times. While in this assignment he also responded to yet another tragic incident; this time at Columbine High School. He assisted in the investigation of that sad day.

In 1999 he was assigned to the West Metro Drug Task Force and this assignment allowed him to grow out his hair and wear the mullet hairstyle that for many years became his signature look. During his tenure with the task force he participated in hundreds of drug-related arrests and busts of nearly 50 meth labs.

Because of his dedicated service, hard work, and exceptional skills in this assignment, he was selected for assignment to the Fugitive Unit in 2001. In that assignment he arrested and transported fugitives, set up extraditions, and received numerous commendations for his work with the District Attorney’s Office in apprehending online sexual predators. He was responsible for hundreds of felony arrests. In 2002 alone, he executed 51 warrants and completed 28 out-of-state extraditions. In 2008, he took on added duties as part of the JeffCo security contingent assigned to the Democratic National Convention in Denver.

Over the years he has also been instrumental in training new recruits. Since 1993, he accumulated thousands of hours of firearms, driving and Taser instruction. In 1995 he and another deputy were asked by Sheriff Beckham to assist in building the Rooney Valley Shooting Range. He also instructed in the in-service training programs. Throughout Deputy Lock’s years as an instructor, he took great pride in molding and shaping these young men and women.

“Lonnie, you have been a joy to work with and you are a friend to many,” Sheriff Jeff Shrader told him Thursday. “Your good humor and personable nature have made you a valuable part of this agency both as an instructor and deputy. We congratulate you and thank you for your 30 years of dedicated service to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office and the citizens of Jefferson County.”
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, January 20th, 2017 at 9:30am
Learn more about your JeffCo Sheriff’s Office!

Join us here every Friday morning for our Feature Friday post to help you get to know the dedicated men and women of the JCSO who serve this community in a variety of important roles.

We’ll tell you about some of our interesting and diverse deputies who work in our jail, Court Security, on Patrol and in our Investigations divisions, but we’ll also show you the people behind the scenes whose work is so crucial we couldn’t do our jobs without them, such as our detentions specialists, and employees in Maintenance, Records, Fleet and Information Technology.

We hope you enjoy learning about the great people you have working for you in this wonderful county of ours. Please let us know who you want to know more about it by leaving us a comment here on Facebook or sending us a private message.

Today, we feature Administration Coordinator Gretchen Friesen.

1-What do you do at the Sheriff’s Office?
I am the coordinator in Administrative Investigations, A.K.A. Internal Affairs. I make sure that concerns, comments, commendations and complaints are processed in a timely manner. As the first point of contact for citizens or employees wanting to make complaints or commendations, I assist people directly when I can and get them connected to someone else if I cannot.

2-What do you enjoy the most about your job?
Most of my contacts with citizens and employees are regarding commendations. Internal Affairs has kind of a negative connotation for a lot of people but I feel at least for our agency, that connotation is undeserved. We typically process about 80% of our contacts as commendations and only 20% as complaints. A researcher at heart, I enjoy helping evaluate each contact and organizing background data to make each report as clear and concise as it can be.

3-What do you do when you’re not at the Sheriff’s Office?
Away from work I spend my time enjoying the heck out of my husband and our two dogs. Justin and I both enjoy projects of varied purpose – art, home remodeling, landscape design etc. – and we love factory tours! My folks have recently moved to the area (I’m from Oregon originally) and right now we are babysitting my dad’s welder so I foresee some metalworking in our future. In the warmer months I enjoy a bike ride and outdoor yoga.

4-What are you most proud of?
I am proud of being an approachable listener. I have been invited into many people’s lives just for being present and having a gentle demeanor and I am incredibly honored by that. I am a synesthete and this gives me an incredibly candid connection to people’s emotional state, positive or negative.

5-What’s your life motto?
My motto is ‘You are here.’ I am interested in so many different things, love to learn (Dental Laboratory Science, check; Medical Coding, check; Japanese, Check; Aging and Recreation planning, check) and my brain is always making connections, so it is good for me to zero in sometimes and focus small.

6-What’s your favorite movie or musical artist?
I don’t watch a lot of television or movies honestly. After spending most of the work day in front of a computer I am happy to not have a screen flashing at me. I don’t listen to music a whole lot but when I do it sticks! It is the weirdest thing. I memorize lyrics unconsciously and then have the words stuck in my head like poems. Justin teases me about it because when we’re traveling in the car I am singing almost constantly (not well, mind you) but I can’t for the life of me tell you the name of the actual performer.
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, January 19th, 2017 at 12:00pm
REMINDER! The JeffCo Sheriff’s Office will NEVER call you asking for money.

We’ve recently received many reports of someone calling citizens in Jefferson County and pretending to work for the Sheriff’s Office or the courthouse. The scammer tells the person that they have a warrant for missing jury duty or a Grand Jury summons and that they must purchase a Green Dot Card or certified check to pay the fine.

The scammer has also told people to get GoCharge cards at the grocery store and provide him with the scratch off number, which allows him to drain the cards, before mailing them to the county clerk “for payment.”

These scams are increasingly prevalent around the holidays and tax season and we need to make sure our citizens don’t fall for them. Please remind your co-workers, family and friends not to fall for this scam!