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Anne Mitchell

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

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C Hale

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 months ago

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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

Saturday, February 18th, 2017 at 9:02am
@jd_Constitution @POTUS @DHSgov @ICEgov You have the wrong Jefferson County. We are on Colorado
Thursday, February 16th, 2017 at 5:49pm
@decriture @efr_co We are in the process of updating everything as of 6 p.m. today. We just tweeted & posted details to Facebook
Thursday, February 16th, 2017 at 12:06pm
Mr. Mills has been FOUND safe in Nebraska & will be reunited with his family https://t.co/PuvuGCyXa2

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 OfficeSunday, February 19th, 2017 at 10:01am
Counterfeit Training for Business

The use of counterfeit money is on the rise and the Sheriff’s Office would like to help local business owners protect themselves from falling victim to this type of fraud.

We have seen an increase in the use of counterfeit bills over recent months. In November and December 2016 we’ve had 30 reports of fraud involving counterfeit money, compared to 4 cases reported for the same time frame in 2015.

That's why we are hosting a free training on counterfeit money to help teach businesses what to look for.

The class will be from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, March 1, at the Food Court in Southwest Plaza. Please RSVP by emailing Kgraham@jeffco.us or calling 720-497-7231

Please share this information with anyone you think might be interested in attending.
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeSaturday, February 18th, 2017 at 10:00am
Former JCSO Mounted Posse Horse Finds New Partner

Thank you Longmont Times-Call for sharing this great story about the life of Ozzie after his service here in Jefferson County.

"Trainers once shook tambourines at the dark bay quarter horse, pelted him with tennis balls, and lit firecrackers nearby to desensitize him to environmental stressors. He plowed on to trot out of billowing smoke, over mattresses meant to test sure-footedness and through a training prop dubbed the "car wash" — a forest of streamers and foam pool noodles that bumped willy-nilly against him, nose to tail.

Because "Ozzie" tolerated all of it well, he worked for six years under mounted law enforcement with the Golden-based Jefferson County Sheriff's Office, said John Schmidt, the veteran Colorado POST certified deputy who rode him through Denver Broncos crowds gathered outside the then-Mile High Stadium and during the 2008 Democratic National Convention at Denver's Pepsi Center.

When Schmidt retired and donated the horse in 2013 to Longmont's Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center, Ozzie, now 22, quickly earned a reputation with staff and volunteers there for being bombproof.

About 50 of the center's clients with special needs have climbed aboard the gelding for therapy since then. But Gracie Koontz, a developmentally delayed high school sophomore diagnosed in fifth grade with epilepsy, considers him her sweetheart for the way he holds steady when seizures strike her.

"We have 34 horses ... and Ozzie is still our only pick for her," Lindsey Moloznik, the center's barn manager, said. "... These aren't pony rides. We need to take lots of precautions. But everyone is usually so focused on what someone with disabilities can't do. With Ozzie, we can focus on what Grace can do."

Read the whole story here:
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, February 17th, 2017 at 1:00pm
Help Us Solve This Crime

Thank you Liz Gelardi Denver7 for spotlighting these heinous murders. We will never stop investigating the deaths of Stephanie Grizzell, 16, and Nick Kunselman, 15, until we know who did this.

"It was just awful. I can remember somebody saying, ‘Is this the mother?’ and you can’t imagine – you’re hoping there’s somebody standing behind you, or that they’re not really looking at you, or that you’re dreaming,” she says. “I can remember bits and pieces after that…it was February; I didn’t have a coat. I remember falling to the ground.”

Read the whole story here: http://www.thedenverchannel.com/longform/project-unsolved-colorado-cold-case-stephanie-grizzell-nick-kunselman
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeFriday, February 17th, 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 Patrol Deputy Jordan Bybee.

1-What do you do at the Sheriff’s Office?
I am a deputy sheriff currently assigned to the Patrol Division working out of the Mountain Precinct. I have been working for the Sheriff’s Office for three years now. The first year I was with the Sheriff’s Office I was a cadet and the last two years as a deputy.

2-What do you enjoy the most about your job?
I enjoy helping people and making a difference in someone’s life. I love the fact that every day is different and that I never know what calls I might be sent to or what I might come across during my shift. I feel like I can make a difference for my community in making Jefferson County a safer place.

3-What do you do when you’re not at the Sheriff’s Office?
When I am not at the Sheriff’s Office, I spend my time with my family, girlfriend, and friends. I enjoy mountain biking, hiking, watching football, golfing, skiing, and working out. I volunteer at my church, helping with the children’s program such as AWANA and Vacation Bible School.

4-What are you most proud of?
One of my proudest moments was when my parents pinned my badge on my uniform after graduating from the academy. Becoming a law enforcement officer has always been my dream job since I was a little kid and when I finally received my badge, I was honored to have my two biggest supporters pin my badge on my uniform.

5-Tell me about someone who inspires you.
Two people who inspire me the most would be my father and mother. My dad has been one of the best role models who has taught me how to be man. My dad is one of the most loving, knowledgeable, noble, and ethical guys I know. My mother has been another role model to me who raised me to be the man I am today. My mother is extremely passionate, caring, lively, and warm-hearted. My parents mean the world to me and I don’t know what I would do without them.

6-What’s your favorite movie or musical artist?
I don’t have just one favorite musical artist but I love to listen to country music. Some of my favorite country artists are Blake Shelton, Chris Young, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, Eric Church, Justin Moore, Chase Rice, and Kane Brown.
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, February 16th, 2017 at 8:45pm
Fire Restrictions Implemented in Unincorporated JeffCo
Sheriff enacts restrictions in effort to prevent wildfires

Effective today, the Jefferson County Sheriff will enact Stage 1 Fire Restrictions for unincorporated Jefferson County. The restrictions apply to the areas west of Highway 93, west of C-470, south and west of the intersection of CO 121 (Wadsworth) and C470, and west of the Platte River.These restrictions are being enacted due to current dry conditions favorable for the possibility of a wildfire, and limited availability of fire control resources. Conditions will continue to be monitored and restrictions will be adjusted in the coming weeks as necessary.

The following activities are prohibited pursuant to Stage 1 Fire Restrictions:
o Building, maintaining, attending or using any fire or recreational campfire, except a recreational fire within a permanently constructed fire grate in a developed park, campground, private residence, or picnic area.

NOTE: Users of private residential recreational campfires exempted as described above are encouraged to contact their local fire agency and advise start and finish times to alleviate smoke check responses.
o Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or building, a developed recreation site, or while stopped in an area of at least six feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of all combustible material. (2015 IFC 310.8).
o Open burning, including “bon fires” that require a permit from the fire authority having jurisdiction, will not be allowed during these restrictions. (2015 IFC 105.6.30).
o The use of fireworks are prohibited within unincorporated Jefferson County.

NOTE: Burn permits issued and not executed prior to the effective date of these temporary fire restrictions shall not be authorized unless approved by the issuing agency on the day of execution.

Exemptions approved under Stage 1 Fire Restrictions:
o Use of liquid or gas fueled appliances.
o Approved wood pellet grills.
o Charcoal barbeque grills at private residences or within a permanently constructed grate in a developed park, campground, or picnic area and not closer than 30 feet from an undeveloped area. (2015 IFC 308.1.6).
o Portable outdoor fireplaces, Tiki torches, chimineas and fire pits at private residence or in a developed park, campground, or picnic area and not closer than 30 feet from an undeveloped area. (2015 IFC 307.4.3).
o Welding and cutting torch appliances, as described above in the definition section, may only be operated in an area no closer than 30 feet from an undeveloped area. (2015 IFC 308.1.6).
o Recreational fires not closer than 30 feet from an undeveloped area. (2015 IFC 307.4.2).
o Permitted fires by persons with a permit specifically authorizing the prohibited act such as professional fireworks displays.
• Contact must be made with the permitting authority to verify the status of permits issued prior to the establishment of burn restrictions.
o Fire department / district training fires.
o Burning of explosive wastes by manufacturer of explosives in areas zoned for industrial use, when the burning is supervised by the fire protection district.
o Open fires or open burning by any federal, state, or local officer in the performance of official fire suppression functions.
Individuals operating under any of the above exemptions shall take adequate measures to prevent uncontrolled fires Possible measures include, but are not limited to:
o Containers of adequate water or dry soil nearby.
o Shovels, fire extinguishers, or other extinguishing agents nearby.
o Coordination with the local fire department or district to be on scene or standby during an activity.

As defined in section 12-28-101(3) C.R.S, and shall specifically include “permissible fireworks” as defined in section 12-28-101(8) C.R.S.

Liquid or gas fueled appliances:
Appliances such as fire pits, grills and camp stoves that burn liquid or gaseous fuels and can be shut off. This does not include any device that burns solid fuels such as wood or charcoal and which must be extinguished.

Open fire and open burning:
Any outdoor fire larger than a recreational fire and not contained within a portable outdoor fireplace. This includes but is not limited to campfires, bonfires, warming fires, the lighting of any fused explosives, permissible fireworks, the use of model rockets, “sky lanterns”, and the burning of fence lines or rows, grass lands, fields, farm lands, ditches, range lands, and wild lands. Permits from the fire district are required for open fires.

Portable outdoor fireplace:
A commercially purchased portable, outdoor, solid-fuel-burning fireplace that may be constructed of steel, concrete, clay, or other non-combustible material. A portable outdoor fireplace may be open in design, or may be equipped with a small hearth opening and a short chimney or chimney opening at the top (chimineas). These devices must be operated according to the manufactures’ instructions with all covers, screens, spark arresters, and grates in place. Portable outdoor fireplaces shall not be operated within 30 feet of a structure or combustible material.

Recreational fire:
An outdoor fire burning material other than rubbish or debris where the fuel being burned is not contained in a portable outdoor fireplace or barbeque grill and has a total fuel area of 3 feet or less in diameter and 2 feet or less in height for pleasure (Tiki torches), religious, ceremonial, cooking, warmth or similar purposes. This includes fires in barrels and drums; fixed, permanent outdoor fireplaces; and barbeque pit fires.

Undeveloped areas:
Lands that are not groomed, manicured, or watered, where grasses, brush and trees have been allowed to grow in a natural environment. This includes green belts that are not landscaped or manicured, open space lands, non-manicured park lands, and other areas where the fire hazard presented by the vegetation is determined to be an undue wildland fire hazard.

Welding and cutting torch appliances:
Gas cylinder mixtures, electric and/or portable powered welders and cutting appliances which produce heat, flame, sparks, molten metal slag, etc.

Pursuant to County Policy Part 3, Chapter 6, Section 2, authorizing the Declaration of Open Fire Bans, violations of these prohibitions, upon conviction, is punishable by a fine of not more than $600.00. Such act(s) violate section(s) 102.8 and/or 308.2.1 of the International Fire Code.
Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
Jefferson County Sheriff's OfficeThursday, February 16th, 2017 at 3:47pm
Good news! Missing senior citizen Gary Mills has been safely located in Nebraska and is being reunited with his family! Thank you everyone for your concern and shares!