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Blackwell Bail Bonds

home 426 W 10th St, Pueblo, CO 81003, USA
phone (719) 583-9680

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4.3 out of 5 stars

Wade Smith
Wade Smith

1 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

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Don D

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

Very friendly woman by the name of Melanie. She was wonderful.

Jecica Boyd
Jecica Boyd

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

They have always been sympathetic, honest, and willing to do whatever they can to help ease such a stressful and unpleasant situation.

PUEBLO COUNTY DETENTION CENTER Address

Pueblo County Detention Center
909 COURT ST.
PUEBLO, CO
81003

PUEBLO COUNTY DETENTION CENTER Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 586
Inmate Capacity: 460
Year Constructed: 1979
Full-Time Staff: 146
Total Staff Salaries: $7,600,531

Phone:(719) 583-6135

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 at 3:57pm
You can still register for Saturday's Polar Plunge to support Special Olympics. To register or donate go to: https://t.co/tHByOEMmbt. https://t.co/9Owfei7Pz7 PuebloCountySO photo
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Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 at 3:54pm
Applications for Sheriff's Scholarship for High School Seniors due Friday. For more info:
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Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 at 3:13pm
New program allows inmates with opiate addiction to begin treatment & when released from jail they can get initial dose of Vivitrol.
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Tuesday, February 21st, 2017 at 3:07pm
PCSO adds new drug abuse prevention program to aid inmates as they prepare to re-enter the community. For more info https://t.co/dbcQe3INMb https://t.co/p0KgsdZb7F PuebloCountySO photo
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Thursday, February 16th, 2017 at 3:08pm
Want to take the plunge for Special Olympics? Don't want to freeze but st want to support go to https://t.co/tHByOEMmbt to donate/register.
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Thursday, February 16th, 2017 at 3:07pm
Already 189 plungers set to jump in frigid Lake Pueblo Feb. 25 for Special OIympics. Are you up for the challenge? #polarplunge
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Pueblo Police Department

PUEBLO POLICE DEPARTMENT VALUESIn 1993, the members of the Pueblo Police Department developed a list of values considered to be of utmost importance in the commission of our duties. The list of values is still applicable today. They are as follows:• Constitutional Rights - We are committed to protecting the constitutional rights of all people. • High Moral/Ethical Standards - We recognize that our behavior both on and off duty must be ethical and present a professional public image. • Improved Quality of Life in the Community - We are dedicated to improving the quality of life in our community through community service and a commitment toward innovation and problem solving. • Improved Quality of Life in the Work Place - We are committed to improving the quality of life in our department through continuous improvement, interaction with and concern for each other. • Community Service through Co-active Partnership and Open Communication – We believe in working with the members of our community in addressing problems that affect our community. • The Advancement of the Police Profession - We are dedicated to continuous advancement of the police profession.PUEBLO POLICE DEPARTMENT GUIDING PRINCIPLESIn 1993, the members of the Pueblo Police Department developed a list of guiding principles considered to be of utmost importance in the commission of our duties. The list of guiding principles is still applicable today. They are as follows:• We will be accountable to the community for our actions. • We will work in partnership with the community and the various elements thereof to solve community problems and address neighborhood concerns. • We recognize our responsibility for service and assistance to those members of our community who are unable to help themselves; the poor, the elderly, the developmentally disabled, and other disadvantaged members of the community. • We believe that we are a part of and not apart from the community we serve. • We value our citizens' right to feel safe while walking the streets of our community, any time day or night. • We believe the members of our community should be treated in the same manner in which we would expect to be treated. • We will be professional and compassionate in our interaction with the public. • We are committed to continuous self-improvement on the individual and organizational level. • We value honesty, loyalty and integrity. • We are committed to innovation. • We will be sensitive to the diverse cultures that make up our community. • We encourage the pursuit of higher education. • We will not abuse our discretionary judgment while carrying out our duties and responsibilities. • We believe the Constitution to apply equally to all people, regardless of sex, race, color, or creed. • We will never tolerate the abuse of our police powers.If you would like to report a crime call (719)-553-2502 Complaints against employees should be reported to Internal Affairs by calling (719)-553-2586 or (719) 553-2493. Complaints against employees, that name employees, will be removed. However, an internal review will be initiated.The Pueblo Police Department Social Media sites will be maintained by the Community Services Division. Any content posted or submitted for posting is subject to public disclosure.
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Pueblo Police DepartmentTuesday, February 21st, 2017 at 11:06am
The Pueblo Police Department would like to send our deepest sympathies to the family, friends and fellow officers of Police Officer Keith Boyer of the Whittier Police Department in California.
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Unbeknownst to officers investigating a traffic accident, the suspect who caused the accident was a gang member who had just been paroled and committed murder a few hours earlier. Officer Boyer was shot and killed by this suspect during a pat down. The suspect pulled a gun from his waistband and opened fire.

We know there are no words that can mend your sorrow. Know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers here in Pueblo, Colorado.
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Pueblo Police DepartmentMonday, February 20th, 2017 at 3:30pm
Safe Streets Criminal Arrest
Michael Gonzales (32) has been arrested and is currently confined in the Pueblo County Detention Center. Gonzales had a felony no bond warrant for Parole Violation on the charge of Assault.
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Pueblo Police Department added 2 new photos.Monday, February 20th, 2017 at 12:27pm
The Pueblo Police Department would like to thank 4-year-old Lincoln who came down to the Pueblo Police Department with the gift of some awesome key chains he made
for our officers. Thank you for your thoughtfulness!
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Pueblo Police DepartmentMonday, February 20th, 2017 at 7:00am
Happy Presidents Day

The men and women of the Pueblo Police Department hope everyone enjoys this day as we commemorate our past Presidents.
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Pueblo Police DepartmentSunday, February 19th, 2017 at 3:00pm
SUICIDE PREVENTION INFORMATION - PART II

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If you or someone you know is in an emergency, call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or call 911 immediately.
Research has found that about 90% of individuals who die by suicide experience mental illness. A number of other things may put a person at risk of suicide.
RISK FACTORS FOR SUICIDE
• A family history of suicide.
• Substance abuse - Drugs and alcohol can result in mental highs and lows that exacerbate suicidal thoughts.
• Intoxication - More than one in three people who die from suicide are found to be currently under the influence.
• Access to firearms.
• A serious or chronic medical illness.
• Gender - Although more women than men attempt suicide, men are four times more likely to die by suicide.
• A history of trauma or abuse.
• Prolonged stress.
• Isolation.
• Age - People under age 24 or above age 65 are at a higher risk for suicide.
• A recent tragedy or loss.
• Agitation and sleep deprivation.
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Pueblo Police DepartmentFriday, February 17th, 2017 at 6:05pm
SUICIDE PREVENTION INFORMATION

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Pueblo police officers have responded to five teen suicides over the last four weeks.
According to the CDC, each year more than 41,000 individuals die by suicide. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death among adults in the U.S. and the 2nd leading cause of death among people aged 10-24; these rates are increasing.
If you or someone you know is in an emergency, call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or call 911 immediately.
KNOW THE WARNING SIGNS
• Threats or comments about killing themselves, also known as suicidal ideation, can begin with seemingly harmless thoughts like “I wish I wasn’t here” but can become more overt and dangerous
• Increased alcohol and drug use
• Aggressive behavior or dramatic mood swings from despair to calm
• Social withdrawal from friends, family and the community
• Talking, writing or thinking about death
• Putting their affairs in order and giving away their possessions
• Saying goodbye to friends and family
• Impulsive or reckless behavior
• Planning, possibly by looking around to buy, steal or borrow the tools they need to commit suicide, such as a firearm or prescription medication