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    The county agency that is responsible for enforcing all laws and regulations, preventing crime, investigating criminal activity, apprehending, arresting and detaining suspects, preventing and suppressing delinquency and engaging in other activities that protect lives and property and preserve peace in the community.

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    9-1-1 Emergency and Non-Emergency Dispatches (Region 1) - Colorado Emergency DispatchLists non-emergency lines to Police Departments and Sheriff Dispatches by county listed below. Weld County Police Weld County Sheriff: (970) 356-4015 Weld County Dispatch: (970) 356-1212 Ault Police: (970) 834-1336 Berthoud Police: (970) 532-2611 Brighton Police: (303) 288-1535 Greeley Police: (970) 350-9605 Option 4 Eaton Police: (970) 454-2212 Dacono Police: (303) 833-3095 Fort Lupton Police: (720) 652-4222 Garden City Police: (970) 350-9600 Option 4 Kersey Police: (970) 353-1681 Erie Police: (303) 441-4444 Lochbuie Police: (800) 436-9276 Gilcrest Police: (970) 356-1212 Windsor Police: (970) 674-6400 Firestone Police: (M-F 0800-1700) (303) 833-0811, (After Hours) (720) 652-4222 Northglenn Police: (303) 288-1535 Evans Police: (M-F 0800-1700) (970) 339-2441, (After Hours) (970) 356-1212 Option 4 Nunn Police: (970) 897-2561 Frederick Police: (301) 600-2100 LaSalle Police: (970) 284-6843 Severance Police: (970) 685-9708 Johnstown Police: (970) 356-1212 Platteville Police: (970) 785-2215 Milliken Police: (970) 587-2772 Mead Police: (970) 350-9600 Option 4 Weld County Fire Ault Fire: (970) 834-2848 Berthoud Fire: (970) 532-2264 Brighton Fire: (303) 659-4101 Greeley Fire: (970) 350-9500 Eaton Fire: (970) 454-2115 Dacono Fire: (303) 833-2622 Fort Lupton Fire: (303) 857-4603 Garden City Fire: (970) 350-9500 Kersey Fire: (970) 353-3890 Erie Fire: (303) 828-4601 Lochbuie Fire: (303) 659-6264 Gilcrest Fire: (970) 785-2232 Windsor Fire: (970) 686-2626 Firestone Fire: (303) 833-4458 Northglenn Fire: (303) 452-9910 Evans Fire: (970) 339-3920 Nunn Fire: (970) 381-4402 Frederick Fire: (303) 833-4458 LaSalle Fire: (970) 284-6336 Severance Fire: (970) 674-0026 Johnstown Fire: (970) 587-4464 Platteville Fire: (970) 785-2232 Milliken Fire: (970) 587-4464 Mead Fire: (970) 535-4330 Morgan County Police Morgan County Sheriff: 970-542-3445 Morgan County Dispatch: (970) 867-5678 Brush Police: (970) 842-5021 Fort Morgan Police: (970) 542-3930 Log Lane Village Police: (970) 867-8027 Wiggins Police: (970) 483-7747 Morgan County Fire Fort Morgan Fire: (970) 867-2815 Brush Fire: (970) 842-4411 Hillrose Fire: (970) 847-3028 Wiggins: (970) 483-6666 Logan County Police Logan County Sheriff: (970) 522-2578 Sterling Police: (970) 522-3512 Logan County Fire Crook Fire: (970) 886-2100 Fleming Fire: (970) 265-2100 Merino Fire: (970) 520-3497 Peetz Fire: (970) 334-2222 Sterling Fire: (970) 522-3823 Washington County Police Washington County Sheriff: (970) 345-2244 Washington County Fire Akron Fire: (970) 345-2244 Anton Fire: (970) 383-2200 Cope Fire: (970) 357-4300 Last Chance Fire: (970) 386-2200 Otis Fire: (970) 246-3250 Sedgwick County Police Sedgwick County Sheriff: (970) 474-3355 Julesburg Police: (970) 474-3475 Sedgwick County Fire Julesburg Fire: (970) 474-3475 Ovid Fire: (970) 463-0960 Sedgwick Fire: (970) 474-3355 Phillips County Police Phillips County Sheriff: (970) 854-3644 Haxtun Police: (970) 774-6289 Holyoke Police: (970) 854-2244 Phillips County Fire Amherst Fire: (434) 946-7915 Haxtun Fire: (970) 774-6105 Holyoke Fire: (970) 854-2266 Yuma County Police Yuma County Sheriff: (970) 332-4805 Wray Police: (970) 332-4802 Yuma Police: (970) 848-5441 Yuma County Fire Eckley Fire: (970) 359-2300 Idalia Fire: 970-354-7676 Wray Fire: (970) 332-4421 Yuma Fire: (970) 848-5441 Kit Carson County Police Kit Carson County Sheriff: (719) 346-8934 Burlington Police: (719) 346-8353 Stratton Police: (719) 348-5612 Kit Carson County Fire Burlington Fire: (719) 346-7225 Flagler Fire: (719) 765-4571 Seibert Fire: (970) 664-2308 Stratton Fire: (719) 348-5511 Vona Fire: (970) 664-2342 Denver CountyColorado 9-1-1 Emergency and Non-Emergency DispatchesColorado Emergency and Non-Emergency Dispatches
    9-1-1 Emergency and Non-Emergency Dispatches (Region 2) - Colorado Emergency DispatchLists non-emergency lines to Police Departments by city, and Sheriff Dispatches by county listed below. Police Departments and Non-Emergency Dispatch: - Arvada: (720) 898-6900 - Aurora: (303) 627-3100 - Bennett: (303) 288-1535 (Adams); (303) 795-4711 (Arapahoe) - Boulder: (303) 441-3333 (City Limits); (303) 441-4444 (Outside City Limits) - Breckenridge: (970) 668-8600 - Brighton: (303) 288-1535 - Broomfield: (303) 438-6400 - Castle Rock: (303) 660-1000 - Centennial: (303) 795-4711 - Central City: (303) 582-5511 - Cherry Hills: (303) 795-4711 - Commerce City: (303) 288-1535 - Denver: (720) 913-2000 - Dillon: (970) 468-6078 - Empire: (303) 569-2281; (303) 679-2393 (After Hours) - Edgewater: (303) 277-0211 or (303) 325-0500 - Elizabeth: (303) 646-4664 - Englewood: (303) 761-7410 - Erie: (303) 441-4444 - Federal Heights: (303) 428-8833 - Georgetown: (303) 679-2393 - Glendale: (303) 759-1511 - Golden: (303) 384-8045 - Greenwood Village: (303) 741-5960 - Idaho Springs: (303) 567-4291; (303) 679-2393 (After Hours) - Lafayette: (303) 441-4444 - Lakewood: (303) 987-7111 - Lakeside: (303) 277-0211 - Littleton: (303) 794-1551 - Lochbuie: 1-800-436-9276 (request dispatch) or (970) 350-9600 Option 4 - Lone Tree: (303) 799-0533 - Longmont: (303) 651-8501 - Louisville: (303) 441-4444 - Morrison: (303) 697-4810 or (303) 277-0211 - Mountainview: (303) 277-0211 - Nederland: (303) 441-4444 - Northglenn: (303) 288-1535 - Parker: (303) 841-9800 - Sheridan: (303) 795-4711 - Superior: (303) 441-4444 - Thornton: (720) 977-5150 - Ward: (303) 441-4444 - Westminster: (303) 658-4360 - Wheat Ridge: (303) 237-2220 Sheriff Dispatches: - Adams County: (303) 288-1535 - Arapahoe County: (303) 795-4711 - Boulder County: (303) 441-4444 - Clear Creek County: (303) 679-2393 or (303) 569-3232 - Denver County: (720) 337-0780 - Douglas County: (303) 660-7500 - Elbert County: (303) 660-7500 - Gilpin County: (303) 582-5500 - Jefferson County: (303) 277-0211 - Summit County: (970) 668-8600Denver CountyColorado 9-1-1 Emergency and Non-Emergency DispatchesColorado Emergency and Non-Emergency Dispatches
    9-1-1 Emergency and Non-Emergency Dispatches (Region 3) - Colorado Emergency and Non-Emergency DispatchesLists non-emergency lines to Police Departments, Sheriff's offices and County dispatch, as applicable. Larimer County Fort Collins Police: (970) 221-6540 Loveland Police: (970) 667-2151 Estes Park Police: (970) 586-4000 Larimer County Sheriff: (970) 498-5100 Larimer County Dispatch: (970) 416-1985 Grand County Grand County Dispatch: (970) 725-3311 Kremmling Police: (970) 724-3318 Fraser/Winter Park Police: (970) 725-3311 Granby Police: (970) 887-3007 Grand County Sheriff: (970) 725-3343 Jackson County Jackson County Sheriff: (970) 723-4242 Moffat County Craig Police: (970) 824-8111 Moffat County Sheriff: (970) 824-4495 Colorado State Patrol Dispatch: (970) 824-6501 Rio Blanco County Meeker Police: (970) 878-9620 Rangely Police: (970) 675-8468 Rio Blanco Sheriff: (970) 878-9600 Routt County Routt County Dispatch: (970) 879-1110 Steamboat Springs Police: (970) 879-1144 Hayden Police: (970) 276-2535 Routt County Sheriff: (970) 879-1090Larimer CountyColorado 9-1-1 Emergency and Non-Emergency DispatchesColorado Emergency and Non-Emergency Dispatches
    Garfield County Sheriff's Office (Glenwood Springs Office)Garfield County Sheriff Office Other services within the Sheriff's Office include but are not limited to: - Cat and Dog Licensing - Child Identification - Concealed Weapons Permits - Emergency Management - Explosives Permit - Fingerprints - Records / Medical Records - Release of Property / Evidence - Sex Offender Registration - Victim Services - Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Inspections - Sheriff Auxiliary Garfield County107 8TH STGarfield County Sheriff's Office
    Garfield County Sheriff's Office (Rifle Office)Garfield County Sheriff Office provides law enforcement services to the residents of Garfield County. Other services within the Sheriff's Office include but are not limited to: - Cat and Dog Licensing - Child Identification - Concealed Weapons Permits - Emergency Management - Explosives Permit - Fingerprints - Records / Medical Records - Release of Property / Evidence - Sex Offender Registration - Victim Services - Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Inspections - Sheriff Auxiliary Garfield County106 COUNTY RDGarfield County Sheriff's Office
    Law Enforcement - Routt County Sheriff's OfficeResponsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detentions within Routt County.Routt CountyRoutt County Sheriff's OfficeRoutt County Sheriff's Office
    Law Enforcement Services - Jackson County Sheriff's DepartmentProvides law enforcement and emergency services.Jackson CountyJackson County Sheriff's DepartmentJackson County Sheriff's Department
    Law Enforcement Services - Pueblo County Sheriff's OfficeProvides safety and security through education and response to Pueblo County residents. Also provides the following services: - firearm permits - records requests (criminal or traffic reports, and booking photos) - fingerprint and background checksPueblo CountyLaw Enforcement BureauPueblo County Sheriff's Office
    Law Enforcement Services - Summit County Sheriff's OfficeProvides coordination of elected offices and county departments in preparedness, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery to emergencies and disasters. Includes the following Divisions: - Animal Control and Shelter - Office of Emergency Management - Detentions - Patrol, Investigations, and Special Operations - AdministrationSummit CountySummit County Sheriff's OfficeSummit County Sheriff's Office
    Sheriff (11400 W Hwy 24) - Teller CountyThe Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detention in unincorporated Teller County.Teller County11400 W Hwy 24 - Teller CountyTeller County
    Sheriff - Alamosa CountyThe Alamosa County Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detention in unincorporated Alamosa County. Alamosa CountySheriff - Alamosa CountyAlamosa County
    Sheriff - Cheyenne CountyThe Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detention in unincorporated Cheyenne County. Cheyenne CountySheriff - Cheyenne CountyCheyenne County
    Sheriff - Conejos CountyThe Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detention in unincorporated Conejos County.Conejos CountySheriff - Conejos CountyConejos County
    Sheriff - Costilla CountyThe Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detention in unincorporated Costilla County.Costilla CountySheriff - Costilla CountyCostilla County
    Sheriff (E Vermijo Ave) - El Paso CountyThe Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detention in unincorporated El Paso County. El Paso CountyE Vermijo Ave - El Paso CountyEl Paso County
    Sheriff (Fairplay) - Park CountyThe Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detention in unincorporated Park County.Park CountySheriff (Fairplay) - Park CountyPark County
    Sheriff (Hugo) - Lincoln CountyThe Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detention in unincorporated Lincoln County. Lincoln CountySheriff (Hugo) - Lincoln CountyLincoln County
    Sheriff - Mineral CountyThe Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detention in unincorporated Mineral County. Mineral CountySheriff - Mineral CountyMineral County
    Sheriff / Morgan CountyProvides public safety and law enforcement services for Morgan County. Also houses Morgan County Golden Stars, which coordinates volunteer opportunities and donations, such as Christmas gifts and children's coats, for children in the community.Morgan CountyMorgan CountyMorgan County
    Sheriff / Phillips County Sheriff's OfficeProvides law enforcement services for Phillips County such as the detection and deterrence of criminal activity, protection of property, investigation of offenses, and promotion of community safety.Phillips CountyPhillips County Sheriff's OfficePhillips County Sheriff's Office
    Sheriff - Rio Grande CountyThe Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detention in unincorporated Rio Grande County.Rio GrandeSheriff - Rio Grande CountyRio Grande County
    Sheriff (Saguache) - Saguache CountyThe Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detention in unincorporated Saguache County.Saguache CountySheriff (Saguache) - Saguache CountySaguache County
    Sheriff (Salida) - Chaffee CountyThe Sheriff's Office is responsible for law enforcement, investigations, and detention in unincorporated Chaffee County.Chaffee CountySheriff (Salida) - Chaffee CountyChaffee County
    Sheriff's Department - Douglas County SheriffProvides law enforcement services along with: - Neighborhood watch programs - Crime prevention programs - Identity theft and fraud avoidance programs - Volunteer programs - Community safety programsDouglas CountyDouglas County SheriffDouglas County Sheriff
    Sheriff's Department - Moffat County Sheriff's DepartmentServes and protects the citizens of Moffat County and works in partnership with citizens, community organizations, and other public service agencies to create a safe and healthy environment for all. Services include: - Patrol Division - Detention Division - Search and Rescue - Wildfire SuppressionMoffat CountyMoffat County Sheriff's DepartmentMoffat County Sheriff's Department
    Sheriff / Sedgwick County Sheriff’s OfficeOffers law enforcement services for Sedgwick County.Sedgwick CountySedgwick County Sheriff’s OfficeSedgwick County Sheriff’s Office
    Sheriff's Office - Grand County SheriffEnforces the law in Grand County.Grand CountyGrand County SheriffGrand County Sheriff
    Sheriff's Office - Larimer County Sheriff's OfficeOffers a number of services and programs to meet the changing public safety needs of county citizens including: - The county jail, which confines inmates who are awaiting trial, sentences or as a probation or parole sanction - Offers the Larimer Emergency Telephone Authority (LETA) (Reverse 9-1-1), where individuals can be notified of emergencies in their area such as a missing endangered child or natural disaster - 9-1-1 phones; donated phones individuals may obtain for free, to use in case of an emergency - Search and Rescue team - Educational programs for schools on topics ranging from personal safety and child abuse to gang intervention - The Victims Response Team which advocates for victims of crime by providing on-call coverage and responds to provide assistance, support, and information - Sheriff's Auxiliary Unit/Crime Prevention Unit - Neighborhood Watch and Counter Terrorism Training - Community events from spring-fall - Presentations on ID theft, scams, how to stay safeLarimer CountyLarimer County Sheriff's Office - Larimer County Sheriff's OfficeLarimer County Sheriff's Office
    Sheriff's Office / Logan CountyProvides law enforcement services for the county.Logan CountyLogan County GovernmentLogan County Government
    Sheriff's Office - Rio Blanco County Sheriff's OfficeOffers the following services: - Detention center - Victim notification service - Programs for ex-offenders to find volunteer work in the community - Search and rescue services - Sex offender registry - CodeRED notification Rio Blanco CountyRio Blanco County Sheriff's OfficeRio Blanco County Sheriff's Office
    Sheriff / Washington County Sheriff's OfficeWashington County Sheriff's Office Washington CountyWashington County Sheriff's OfficeWashington County Sheriff's Office
    Sheriff / Weld County Sheriff's OfficeThe Weld County Sheriff's Office's jurisdiction covers approximately 4,000 square miles. The Sheriff's Office has divided the county into four sections referred to as districts so that we can better service the citizens of Weld County. These districts were created using the Sheriff's Office philosophy of Community Policing and in accordance with those guiding principles, deputies are assigned to patrol districts on a continuing, routine basis. The Community Policing philosophy also has deputies working to be a part of the communities to assist the citizens in resolving the problems that affect the quality of life of that area. In an effort to be part of the community, the Sheriff's Office regularly participates in the neighborhood watch areas that are established throughout the districts. The Deputies view themselves as partners in the communities they serve and can provide citizens with resources beyond strictly those relevant to law enforcement. Deputies welcome the many opportunities to meet with the citizens in their assigned areas and appreciate citizen contact no matter the circumstances.Weld CountyWeld County Sheriff's OfficeWeld County
    Sheriff - Yuma County Sheriff's DepartmentMaintains the public safety in Yuma County by enforcing all applicable laws, educating youth about responsible conduct, and providing fair and impartial service to all residents of Yuma County. The duties and responsibilities of the autonomous Office of the Sheriff are set forth in Colorado Revised Statutes. These include: - Maintain peace and order - Provide general law enforcement services such as patrol and crime prevention - Serve criminal warrants and civil process - Operate a jail - Coordinate search and rescue efforts - Suppress prairie and forest firesYuma CountyYuma County Sheriff's DepartmentYuma County Sheriff's Department
    Town Services - Town of SeveranceProvides the following town services: - Assistant Town Administrator - Code Enforcement & Animal Control - Employment - Engineering - Finance & Information Services - Law Enforcement - Municipal Court - Permits - Planning - Public Works - Town Attorney - Town Administrator - Town Clerk - Staff Directory Weld CountyTown of SeveranceTown of Severance

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