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5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

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posted 9 months 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

Sunday, June 25th, 2017 at 2:15am
Cheezo Unit is rocking it at Foothills Field Day! Join us at Coal Mine and Simms from 11 - 1. Free Lunch and games! https://t.co/0ibYxHO1sh jeffcosheriffco photo
Sunday, June 25th, 2017 at 2:00am
Join us at Foothills Field Day! Powderhorn Park Coal Mine and Simms 11:00 - 1:00. Kids play with deputies and fire fighters! Free lunch! https://t.co/xXjt9OU9Ti jeffcosheriffco photo
Friday, June 23rd, 2017 at 10:29pm
JCSO Explosive Detection K9 Thorn doesn’t get #TakeYourDogToWorkDay She works hard every day to keep you safe & sleeps just as hard #JeffCo https://t.co/4rzrTksa7W jeffcosheriffco photo
Friday, June 23rd, 2017 at 6:23am
@JeffcoColorado clarifies the use & possession of fireworks. JCSO sets up fireworks information line. Details: https://t.co/EimtIl36iq https://t.co/Nw0EAukJS2 jeffcosheriffco photo
Thursday, June 22nd, 2017 at 10:30pm
Recognize these suspects? They used their 2 children to shoplift at Southwest Plaza. More photos on FB. Call 303-271-5612 ref #17-13777 https://t.co/1N2K3K6Bwz jeffcosheriffco photo

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.
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Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, June 25th, 2017 at 4:09am
Looking for a fun family event today in south JeffCo?

Foothills Field Day starts in one hour and we hope to see you there!

Come get to know your JCSO deputies and bring the whole family for a fun time at the second annual Community Foothills Field Day at Powderhorn Park!

The event is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and there will be lunch, great conversation and some fun times with kickball, hula loops, football and more!
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Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, June 25th, 2017 at 2:00am
We Love Our Job

Deputy McCans found this group of young JeffCo entrepreneurs recently and loved chatting with them on a hot summer day while enjoying some homemade lemonade!

The best part of what we do is getting to know the members of our wonderful community.

Have a great weekend, JeffCo! We'll be here if you need us.
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Jefferson County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.Saturday, June 24th, 2017 at 4:00am
JCSO Explosive Detection K9 Thorn doesn’t get Take Your Dog to Work Day. She proudly works hard every day to keep the citizens of Jefferson County safe with her two-legged partner Deputy Smith. As you can tell from these photos, she also sleeps just as hard after a long day of work!

Did you bring your dog to work today? Show us your pup or your working dog in the comments!

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Jefferson County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.Saturday, June 24th, 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 Investigations Sergeant Charlie Simmons.

1-What do you do at the Sheriff’s Office?
I am a sergeant in the Criminal Investigation Division, Property Crimes Unit. I have been with the sheriff’ office for 25 years and a sergeant for 13 years. I have worked in Detentions and Patrol for most of my career and just recently transferred to Investigations.

2-What do you enjoy the most about your job?
The people I work with. In all my assignments throughout the years at the sheriff’s office I have always had a great group of people around. The comradery and friendships that I have experienced have made my career at the sheriff’s office an amazing time. The job we have can be a difficult one and you can see some of the worst things in life, but the pat on the back, high five or quick laugh from someone on the team can help curtail the stress.

3-What do you do when you’re not at the Sheriff’s Office?
When I am not at work I am behind the camera. Photography is my passion. I have been “practicing” my photography since I graduated high school. I really started pursuing it when I went into the military and took action shots of my unit. I had to take a few years off; film and processing was expensive for a single income family of five. Digital cameras brought me back to photography and my kids’ sports really pushed me. I began shooting all the games and matches then sharing them with all the athletes.

A few years back I began carrying my camera while on patrol and was able to capture some great moments of my coworkers in action. I truly enjoy the thanks I get when my coworkers tell me how they excited they were to share the photos with family and friends. My favorite shots are candid shots of people being themselves, action shots or sports. I have recently started my own photography business and I am working on building it.

If I am not behind the camera I am in front of the cutting board, stove or grill. I love cooking and have taken several gourmet cooking classes. I cook anything and everything. Top amongst family and friends are Korean BBQ tacos, my grilled chicken, grilled lobster, banana bread cake and Too Much Chocolate-Chocolate cake. My daughter would live off of my French Toast. I am starting a small indoor herb garden to have fresh herbs for all of my cooking. Maybe someday a nice garden.

4-What are you most proud of?
My wonderful wife of 27 years and my three (adult) kids. They are awesome. My wife has done so much during our life together: raised three kids, started her own business, kicked off a new career and, during all that, completed her Bachelor’s Degree.

The dedication and strength of my oldest son who is on his second enlistment in the Air Force and has been married for year now to his high school sweetheart of six years. He is preparing to be stationed in England this fall (looks like I have a Europe trip to look forward to).

The courage of my middle child. He graduated high school, packed his car and left for Portland, OR, on a whim. He said it looked like a cool place to live. He had a tough start, but has managed to make it on his own with very little help from his parents. He is an extremely talented musician and artist.

The strength and tenacity of my daughter; she started soccer at a very young age and has played all the way into college. She has had three knee surgeries as a result and has fought through all of them to return to the field. She is completing her English degree with an Art minor and hopes to join the Air Force (or possibly the sheriff’s office). She is also an amazing artist.

5-If you could travel anywhere in the world where would you go?
I would truly enjoy traveling the world taking photographs of all the wonderful people, the different cultures and amazing sights. Along with that, sample the local food and wine. If not the world then at least our 50 states with the same agenda.

6-What’s your favorite movie or musical artist?
Favorite movies are a mixture of genres – Blues Brothers (have it memorized), Fifth Element, Tombstone and the Lord of the Rings series.
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Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, June 23rd, 2017 at 9:16am
Jefferson County clarifies the use and possession of fireworks
Sheriff’s Office sets up fireworks information line

With the Fourth of July rapidly approaching, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office would like to clarify Colorado law as it applies to the use and possession of fireworks in the unincorporated areas of Jefferson County.

A good rule of thumb: any device that explodes or leaves the ground is most likely illegal in Colorado. Illegal fireworks include but are not limited to firecrackers, cherry bombs, bottle rockets, M-80’s and Roman candles. It is illegal to sell, use or possess non-permissible fireworks in unincorporated Jefferson County. Additionally, all fireworks are prohibited in Jeffco Open Space, CO, Denver Mountain Parks and Forest Service lands.

Colorado law defines permissible fireworks as any device that does not explode or leave the ground. Examples of permissible fireworks are cylindrical or cone fountains, sparklers, toy smoke devices, snakes and glow worms. Keep in mind; while permissible fireworks may seem harmless, they continue to account for many fireworks-related injuries each year.

To report illegal fireworks, residents may call the Jefferson County fireworks hotline at 303-271-8200.

Jefferson County deputies will strictly enforce illegal fireworks violations in the unincorporated areas of the county this coming holiday. Any person who violates the laws pertaining to the sale, possession and use of fireworks commits a class three misdemeanor and may face a fine of up to $750.

For more information on fireworks safety, visit our Web site at http://jeffco.us/sheriff/

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office wishes everyone a happy and safe Independence Day.
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Jefferson County Sheriff's Office added 8 new photos to the album: Donating to Help Those in Need.Friday, June 23rd, 2017 at 7:40am
When Jefferson County Health and Human Services challenged us to see who could donate the most food for their annual Food & Cash Drive to benefit those in need, we thought it might be fun to challenge ourselves internally as well.

It was Patrol vs. Detentions vs. Investigations.

The gauntlet was thrown down by Patrol. Our Detentions Division bragged they’d be the ones to donate the most. Investigations also promised they would not be out done!

After a month of putting their canned goods where their mouths were, our Detention Services Division knocked it out of the park and soundly trounced Patrol Division. Criminal Investigations Division did admirably as well.

We are thrilled to report that when we dropped off all of our donations at Health and Human Services this week, we were Number Two in the county for amount of donations! We hope to edge out County I.T. when our Civil Division drops off their donations!

Regardless of who ends up donating the most, we know it’s the citizens of Jefferson County who really win.