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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 3 months 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 1 year 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
Saturday, October 21st, 2017 at 11:34am
2/2 Escaped 14 yo blk male wearing white t-shirt, teal/green pants (ie med scrubs), black Adidas shoes. Last seen in Lakewood at 6. Call 911
Saturday, October 21st, 2017 at 11:32am
1/2: 14 yo blk male escaped from 11000 block of W 6th Ave Frontage Rd Lakewood at 6pm. 5'3", 130 lbs, blk hair, brn eyes. If seen call 911. https://t.co/WmpbAa0Mgp 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 Office added 4 new photos.Monday, October 23rd, 2017 at 2:00am
Serving the Community

Most of our employees work at the JCSO because they want to give back to their community in different ways.

Whether it’s Patrol, Records, Investigations or Detention, JCSO employees do their part every day to better Jefferson County. For some parts of our organization, how they help comes in different forms.

When our Inmate Worker Supervisor Carol Walter and Coordinator Patrick Gorman were trying to think of ways their unit could give back, they came up with the idea of having inmates clean up areas outside the Sheriff’s Office.

“It helps them see the light at the end of the tunnel because they have time to reflect,” Gorman says. “It’s also giving back to the community, which makes everyone feel good.”

Indeed, the new work has been so popular for the inmate workers that they now ask when the next opportunity will be and some say it helps them get through their time in the jail by breaking up the monotony.

“It’s amazing to be outside soaking up Vitamin D along with fresh air while making a difference. This can be extremely therapeutic for those of us who suffer from anxiety or depression,” says Inmate Ashley.

“We’re obviously here because we’ve made bad choices. While we are out there cleaning, it helps us to stay connected to the real world and continue focusing on the finish line that entails us to put this chapter of our lives behind us and move forward successfully!”

So far, the team has been cleaning up Johnson Road between 10th Street and 6th Avenue, but they’re looking for other opportunities, Walter says.

“This boosts their morale. The little things—like noticing the beauty of the mountains—means a lot to them,” she explains.

“The response from the community has also been really positive. The inmates were actually at peace and had a sense of accomplishing something."

Inmate Ashley agrees.

“In here, we tend to scrub the same walls,” she says. “When we’re out there, at least we are doing something productive to improve the community while contributing to society! It’s truly a win-win.”
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeSunday, October 22nd, 2017 at 1:00pm
Sworn to Protect, Honored to Serve

A woman recently wrote to thank Deputy D. Patterson and community member Grace, a manager at the Evergreen Safeway, who went out of their way to return some important items to her.

“My wallet was lost shortly after I had a bad car accident nearly a year ago and Grace persistently found me by reaching out to local police to find my contact. I had many irreplaceable items in that wallet that I am forever grateful to have back and again am reminded that in a world that sometimes seems negative this evergreen community is filled with honest, loving absolutely wonderful people and I feel blessed to be part of such a wonderful community! Thank you Grace and Dee!

I rarely check or make posts (on Facebook) but I thought this was a MUST post! And thank you to all of you at the JeffCo Sheriff’s Office for all that you do-in a culture that forgets how much police and first responders do... YOU ARE SO APPRECIATED!!”

Have a great weekend, JeffCo. We’ll be here if you need us.
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, October 21st, 2017 at 2:38pm
Around 6:00 pm tonight, a 14 year old black male escaped from custody in the 11000 block of the W 6th Avenue frontage road in Lakewood. He is 5'3", 130 lbs, with black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and teal/green pants, like medical scrubs. He was also wearing black Adidas shoes. If he's seen, please call 911.

Your help sharing this post is appreciated.
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office added 3 new photos.Saturday, October 21st, 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 Detention Division Sergeant Art Briles.

1-What do you do at the Sheriff’s Office?
I am a Sergeant assigned to the detentions division, I also have been a firearms instructor for the past 18 years. I have also been an instructor in various other subjects over the years.

2-What do you enjoy the most about your job?
I think the best part of this job is the people that I work with. The Sheriff’s Office has some of the best people with some very diverse and interesting backgrounds and hobbies.

3-What do you do when you’re not at the Sheriff’s Office?
We have a family farm in rural Colorado that I spend at least three days a month at. Some months I am there every weekend. While I am there I am tasked with normal farm duties like fixing drip lines, mowing, equipment maintenance, and overall general building repairs. I also have over 200 trees that I have to trim and take care of there.

When I have down time I like to spend it doing things with my hands. I like to do woodworking projects and have also been known to experiment with our forge and making knives. I might even get the chance to throw some lead into the field at a few critters roaming around.

Earlier this year I competed in my first powerlifting competition with my son and we both placed. When I am in town you will find me spending one or two nights a week at church.

4-What are you most proud of?
I would have to say my family. I have been married to the most wonderful lady for the past 34 years. We have been through tough times and good times and are still going strong. Twenty-five years ago we had a wonderful boy that still fills our lives with awe and wonder. I would not be the person I am today if it were not for these two in my life.

5-If you could travel anywhere in the world where would you go?
If I could travel anywhere in the world I would love to go through Europe and drop down and go through Israel.

6-What’s your favorite movie or musical artist?
I don’t listen to music much anymore. When I do turn on something it might be classic rock or country. I have been known to even have some classical music on at times.

I tend to watch Sci Fi or action movies.
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, October 20th, 2017 at 8:00am
Two Wheel Patrol

Please join us congratulating Deputy J. Pedersen who was recently certified as an International Police Mountain Bike Association instructor! He not only worked hard to achieve this tough accomplishment, but he passed with flying colors, according to instructors. He will now be teaching these skills to our other JCSO bike deputies!

“Deputy Pedersen attended the International Police Mountain Bike Association (IPMBA) Instructor Course in Colorado Springs and he was one of the few students that scored 100% on both his basic knowledge written test and 100% on his final written test. He was also one of the only students that scored an ‘excellent’ rating on his 15-minute oral presentation,” said Ranceford Okada, an instructor and retired Westminster Police officer.

Good work Deputy Pedersen!
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, October 20th, 2017 at 3:55am
Helping One of Our Own

Thank you Michael Konopasek for this great story about how our community can help JCSO Sergeant Mike Walline and his family as Mike, a 37-year JCSO veteran, and his wife battle cancer together.

Watch the story here: http://kdvr.com/2017/10/18/loved-ones-rally-around-aurora-mom-and-dad-fighting-cancer/

If you can help in any amount, it would be much appreciated. Donations can be made for the “Sergeant Walline” account at the Jeffco Federal Credit Union (now SpaceAge Credit Union), located at 2433 Ford St in Golden. Anyone can make a deposit at this location.

In addition, online donations can be made at Go Fund Me, https://www.gofundme.com/walline-family-fund, or at YouCaring, https://www.youcaring.com/mikekimwalline-956190. Any amount is appreciated.

Thank you for keeping the Walline Family in your thoughts and prayers.