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Accelerated Bail Bonds llc

home 7610 W 5th Ave #100, Lakewood, CO 80226, USA
phone (720) 432-6637

Reviewed from Google

4.5 out of 5 stars

Kris Chupka
Kris Chupka

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

The owner is a very go beyond the norm kinda of individual ... I have had to use him several times unfortunately... this last time he took a hour or so to talk with me... giving me very helpful information on my personal matters i will be better of for many years to come. I find his charitable nature a rarity in the bond business and I've used many over my 52 yrs of age. Thank you sir for carrying about those who need a little help.

Anne Mitchell
Anne Mitchell

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

5 Stars. Owner is very reputable and knowledgeable. I could not get a bond/bail due to my own fault, lack of work history, and even though the bondsman knew this, he still took a lot of time explaining the bond process and what to look out for when seeking bond money. He did not have to do this, as I didn't qualify. I really appreciate the honesty and integrity of this company. I've never had to bail anyone out of jail before, but if I did, this would be the first place I would recommend. They explain the process well, and actually relate to you as a person, which is hard to come by these days. Even said I could follow up with them, if I felt another bondsman was questionable. 5+ Stars. Would rate higher if Google allowed it.

C Hale
C Hale

5 out of 5 stars

posted 10 months ago

Steve is a awesome guy, I will only use him for future bonds


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, CO Offense Statistics
Violent Crime181
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter1
Rape (revised and legacy definition)53
Aggravated Assault109
Property Crime2,689
Motor Vehicle Theft219
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
Friday, August 18th, 2017 at 4:18am
A sad update to share. We can now confirm the body found Monday afternoon is missing woman Sharon Davis. Our condolences to her family https://t.co/PjtndIexvz jeffcosheriffco photo
Thursday, August 17th, 2017 at 11:00pm
We're so thankful & it's so good for public safety that we have such great partnerships here in #jeffco @LakewoodPDCO https://t.co/7SXC7pF3Pj jeffcosheriffco photo
Thursday, August 17th, 2017 at 10:55pm
@watt_the_jeff Depending on the location and the fact that we don't investigate traffic incidents, you should follow @CSP_News
Thursday, August 17th, 2017 at 10:51pm
Today is our 3rd annual Safety in Faith Summit! There's still time to join us at the JeffCo Fairgrounds! @LakewoodPDCO https://t.co/1gGyyxZu9z jeffcosheriffco photo

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office

Each day, we strive to provide the best law enforcement services to the people of Jefferson County, Colorado, 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, August 21st, 2017 at 2:00am
There's Still Time to Get Your Application In!

Are you looking for a challenging new job serving and protecting your community? We’re now hiring for Corrections/Detentions Deputy Sheriffs!

The salary has been increased to $2,080.00 - $3,073.89 biweekly, $54,080.00 - $79,921.09 annually, and the 9-week training academy starts in February.

In this non-certified P.O.S.T. position, the entry-level Department Certified Corrections/Detentions Deputy Sheriff's work involves maintaining security and control of an assigned area of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Detention Facility. This includes supervising inmate activities, preventing violence, supervising distributions of meals and services, classifying and assigning inmates to jail housing, explaining rules and regulations, and conducting periodic inspections of the facility.

The work also includes operating control panels, preparing various reports and logs, collecting and submitting evidence related to criminal activity, testifying in court regarding criminal activity, directing and assisting visitors and completing all other duties of a Deputy Sheriff as directed by policy, procedure and post orders.

The job also requires that the employee cooperate and work closely with other investigators, deputy sheriffs, line supervisors, other law enforcement agencies and the public. The employee is subject to the usual hazards of general law enforcement and corrections work. Reports to a Sergeant.

If you are interested or know someone who might be, please share this post and read more details on our website.

Applications are due via our website: http://jeffco.us/jobs/
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Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, August 20th, 2017 at 2:00am
Nicely Done Deputy!

Ms. Brown shared this kind message and adorable photo with us this week after Deputy Allen checked on her young son in Evergreen.

"Thank you, Jefferson County Sheriff Department! My son took a tumble in the parking lot and this thoughtful officer stopped to make sure he was OK. She gave him a teddy to make him feel better. The admiration in his eyes is priceless. Thank you for serving as such a compassionate role model for my son ❤️"
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Jefferson County Sheriff's Office shared Colorado State Patrol's post.Saturday, August 19th, 2017 at 5:44am
Good advice from our friends at Colorado State Patrol for Monday!
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Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, August 19th, 2017 at 1:30am
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 Patrol Deputy Dave Boyd.

1-What do you do at the Sheriff’s Office?
I am a Patrol Deputy with the Sheriff’s Office. I enjoy Patrol in general. It’s nice to not be confined to an office. Working for the Sheriff’s Office you can cover a large area with several different demographics. I get to go to in-progress calls and on occasion I get to see things that most people only watch on television.

2-What do you enjoy the most about your job?
There is a thrill to the uncertainty of the job. I like to keep track of, and learn about, people in my district. I interact with so many colorful characters on a daily basis. I am currently assigned to the North Precinct. My favorite places to patrol are Marshall Park and Pleasant View.

I also get to train new Patrol Deputies. It is fun having individuals who are eager to learn. The best part of training is watching facial expressions change when someone hears the alert tone for the first time followed by our call sign. I figure that once they’re out of the car they will take a moment to remove the upholstery, then confront whatever we are about to encounter.

3-What do you do when you’re not at the Sheriff’s Office?
When I’m not working I enjoy spending time with family and friends. I enjoy the outdoors, so I like going hiking or riding my bike.

4-What are you most proud of?
I am most proud of my family and friends. I come from a good background. Members of my family have been successful in what they do. Most of my family members are genuine people. They are honest. My family tends to be pretty laid back. We keep one another laughing and enjoy each other’s company.

Friends of mine aren’t uptight. We know when it is time to be professional, but we also find the humor in life. Not all of my friends are in law enforcement. I prefer it that way. We’re all about hanging out and not putting on a front for anyone. What you see is what you get.

5-Tell me about someone who inspires you.
My biggest inspiration has been my dad. He is not famous, but he doesn’t need to be. My dad is funny, he’s intelligent, honest, skilled/talented, and best of all he’s a devoted family man. What else do you need to be inspired?

6-What’s your favorite movie or musical artist?
It’s hard to say what my favorite movie is. Comedies are the usual. I love Deadpool, but I have been a big fan of Dumb and Dumber for years. I really enjoy watching Gran Torino. Those are the movies that crack me up the most.

As far as music, I listen to all sorts. Contrary to some people’s belief, I really am not a fan of country. I think the modern stuff is generic and popish. Chris Ledoux and Johnny Cash are legit in that genre. You’ll often hear me listening to old school 80’s/90’s metal and hip hop.

In fact, if you ride in the patrol car with me, you might have to listen to 107.1 or I might pull up something on YouTube for you to listen to. It all depends on what part of town we’re in. That means 90’s hip hop when we’re in Genesee. Those that work with me know I have a prolific knowledge of 90’s pop culture, but especially rock music.
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Jefferson County Sheriff's Office added 15 new photos to the album: Third Annual Safety in Faith Summit.Friday, August 18th, 2017 at 12:01pm
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, in partnership with the District Attorney’s Office and other law enforcement and fire protection agencies, held our third annual Safety in Faith Summit today at the Jefferson County Fairgrounds.

We were thrilled to see so many active members of the coalition as well as several new faces. And we'd like to thank everyone who came out!

The summit offered information and inspiration on safety and security for places of worship, and speakers Don Moseley, the Executive Director of the Ralston House, and Tina Rowe, Renowned Church Safety Trainer, were featured presenters. Topics included:

• Identifying Child Sex Perpetrators
• Concealed Handguns in House of Worship
• Considerations of a Volunteer Safety Team
• The First Seven Minutes
• Protecting the Big Picture

If you missed today's summit, but would like to be involved in future meetings, please sign up on our website: http://jeffco.us/sheriff/community/safety-in-faith/
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Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, August 18th, 2017 at 7:20am
A sad update to share this afternoon

We can now confirm that the body found Monday is that of missing 75-year-old Sharon Ann Davis.

We offer our heartfelt condolences to her family.