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Blackwell Bail Bonds

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

Reviewed from Google

4.3 out of 5 stars

Wade Smith
Wade Smith

1 out of 5 stars

posted 3 months ago

This place is a joke. They are immoral and lies flow out their mouths and into their asses.

Don D
Don D

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 months ago

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

Jecica Boyd
Jecica Boyd

5 out of 5 stars

posted 4 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


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

Friday, April 21st, 2017 at 7:41am
Sheriff Kirk Taylor giving the Welcome address this AM @ the 2017 Wildland Fire Conference here in Pueblo! https://t.co/xCD2JeQYIP PuebloCountySO photo
Tuesday, April 11th, 2017 at 4:53am
County Commissioners recognize Sheriff's, PD & State Patrol comm officers today for National Telecommunicators week. https://t.co/pS4CxkB1nd https://t.co/cOtQ1HECPw PuebloCountySO photo
Sunday, April 9th, 2017 at 11:57am
Congrats Deputy Alfredo Gonzales and K9 Jenny for 1st place finish at US Police Dog trials in Pueblo today. https://t.co/lqLPuMKTH5 PuebloCountySO photo
Wednesday, April 5th, 2017 at 5:35am
PCSO is no longer on cold reporting. If you are involved in an accident, please call authorities immediately.
Wednesday, April 5th, 2017 at 2:27am
If you come across a downed power line, please report it to city (719) 553-2502, County at (719) 583-6250 or the power company in your area.
Wednesday, April 5th, 2017 at 2:18am
For downed trees on city roads, contact city public works at (719) 553-2319 between 8-5 p.m. and (719) 553-2502 after hours. #aprilshowers

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, April 25th, 2017 at 11:00pm

* Lock your doors
* Roll up your windows
* Don’t leave spare keys within your vehicle
* Don’t leave any items of value or perceived items of value left alone in your vehicle

-Gym bags
-Back packs
-Packages etc.
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Pueblo Police DepartmentMonday, April 24th, 2017 at 11:00pm

The Pueblo Police Department is hosting its own Prescription Drug Take-Back Event on Saturday April 29th, 2017 in the Pueblo Police parking lot from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.

Please no mercury (thermometers), needles & sharps, oxygen containers, Chemotherapy/Radioactive substances, pressurized canisters or illicit drugs accepted.

The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while reducing the potential risk of drug abuse. ###
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Pueblo Police DepartmentMonday, April 24th, 2017 at 1:00am
National Volunteer Week April 23-29, 2017

In 1974, President Richard Nixon established National Volunteer Week with an executive order to recognize and celebrate the efforts of volunteers. Since then, every sitting U.S. president since Nixon has issued a proclamation during National Volunteer Week.

The original emphasis on celebration has widened as National Volunteer Week, happening every year in April, has become a nationwide effort to urge people to get out and volunteer in their communities.

We would like to take this time to thank our Volunteers Assisting Pueblo Police (VAPP), which includes Chaplains, and Explorer Cadets by recognizing their efforts to lend a helping hand in the variety of things they assist our Department with.

In 2016, VAPP provided 4,000 hours of service to the Pueblo Police Department qualifying us for the Presidents, Volunteer Service Award.

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Pueblo Police DepartmentSunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 1:00am

The Pueblo Police Department will be recruiting cadets for the upcoming Explorer Program. If interested, parents MUST attend the Parent/Cadet Meeting being held on May 10th, 2017 at 6:30PM at the Pueblo Police Department located at 200 S. Main Street.

Here are the requirements to be eligible as a cadet:

• Must be between the ages of 14 and 20 years old
• Have completed the 8th grade at the date of academy
• Be enrolled in school or college through maintain a “C” average
• Be in good standing in the community throughout your participation in the program
• Must be able to attend the academy dates June 26 through the 30th at the Pueblo Police Department. 8:30Am – 3:30PM

For any further questions, please call:
Cpl. Rebecca Jaeger 719-553-3269
Cpl. Jason Smith 719-553-3328
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Pueblo Police DepartmentSaturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 10:45am
The Pueblo Police Department is releasing additional information regarding the Friday, April 17th, shooting of a pit bull that attacked an officer in efforts to clarify facts.
The initial call was received by the Department at 5:04 am regarding a fight. The female caller was recorded stating she had somebody on her porch, and they are fighting. The caller also stated that the male was falling on her car and yelling at her.
Officers responded to 14** Cypress and encountered a male having medical problems in the front yard of a residence, just to the south of 14** Cypress.
Officer Diaz, a six year veteran, and his recruit arrived to assist other officers, while parking their police vehicle two houses away.
Upon exiting his police cruiser, Officer Diaz began walking past 14** Cypress to go assist the other officers. That home was surrounded by a seven-foot fence with two “Beware of dog” placards. The gate to the home was not closed, but open.
At the time Officer Diaz began to walk past the open gate of the house where the pit bull resided, the dog growled, came out of the house, and charged at Officer Diaz in an aggressive manner.
Officer Diaz immediately began to move backward, firing three times at the attacking dog who was within 2-3 feet. The dog continued to charge at Officer Diaz who then fired another 4 shots.
The shots that were fired happened within approximately1.78 seconds.
Officer Diaz moved back approximately 12-15 feet, moving from the front of the open gate to a neighboring yard before the dog ran away.
While the other officers were assisting the man up and out of the yard, they heard a dog growling instantly followed by a series of seven shots being fired.
Officers Diaz was recorded asking for medical assistance for the dog. It was in fact 16 minutes before the dog was transported.
Assistance was also called for an officer who was struck by shrapnel from a ricochet. The officer received a bruise but was okay.
The 32-year-old male who was being attended to by officers was transported to a local hospital due to his medical condition.
The Pueblo Police Department has reached out to Ms. Hanson today affording her the opportunity to come down to the Pueblo Police Department to review video footage, and the associated reports, but she has declined that offer at this time. This was the same procedure that was followed earlier in the week with the male who also claimed ownership of the dog.
The Pueblo Police Department is sensitive to the fact that many of our citizens have a significant connection to their pets and dogs in particular. Given the fact that the gate to the property was open and the dog charged the officer; the officer had no other recourse but to protect himself from an imminent threat. The officer was retreating at the time he fired in an effort to get away and not have to take this action.
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Pueblo Police Department added 2 new photos.Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 at 8:00am

This special day was created in 2002 and was a celebratory way of congratulation for sporting victories, special events, competitions and many other activities.

The Pueblo Police would like to send an Honorable Mention in regards to Sergeant Ortega, Corporal Pixler and Corporal Jacober. The officers helped children celebrate the day by visiting a few local schools such as Parkview Elementary as shown in this picture. Everyone had a fantastic time “High Fiving” with our officers!