Adams County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Adams County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 332 N. 19th Ave, Brighton, 80601 CO
  • Chief:
Phone: 303.654.1850

Adams County Sheriff's Office is located at 332 N. 19th Ave, Brighton, 80601 CO. The Adams County Sheriff's Office phone number is 303.654.1850.

Adams County Sheriff's Office News

We are having a little fun this Saturday while supporting a great cause! Thanks to County Sheriffs of Colorado and Unser Karting & Events Denver for hosting the 1st Annual Fallen Deputy Fundraiser Event! We had a little friendly rivalry on the track with Douglas County Sheriff's Office Sheriff Tony Spurlock.... and our deputies won! #acsoproud

Our hearts go out to our brothers and sisters at the Johnstown Police Department and the family of Yuri Thomas.

UPDATE 9/18/18 5:46 a.m.: We continue to search for Daniela. Please physically check your property and small spaces. A child can be scared and may not respond to verbally calling for them. A PIO will be available after a briefing this morning. No new details at this time. Call 911 if seen. #EndangeredMissingAlert #FindingDaniela Daniela Ruano-Morales 10 years old, Hispanic female, 4'10" tall, 65 lbs. slim build with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a gray tank top & flower sweatpants. She does not have any mental or physical disabilities.

ACSO Recruitment efforts continue within the Hispanic Community. One of our HR Specialist stopped by Entravision today to discuss job opportunities within our Agency, especially for those who are bilingual. For more information about our different job opportunities, click here: #acsoproud #ACSOHR #NextMove

‼️ INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE ‼️ What does it take to become a law enforcement officer for the Adams County Sheriff’s Office? We spent some time following around four cadets to give you an exclusive look at our Academy. Coming in mid-October, we will be holding more testing dates for those who want to join our Academy. Please email Lauren Lee at for more information. You can also click here: #makeyournextmove #acsoproud

We “Donut” know what we would have done without you! Thank you Youth Initiative of Adams County (ACYI) for the box of doughnuts, the sweet note, and for thinking of us! The ACYI works to ensure that the children in Adams County are healthy and start school ready to learn, succeed in their school and the community, and are college and career ready. We love ACYI’s vision and goals and are privileged to work side by side with them in helping our youth succeed.

Patriot Day Commemoration Happening now at our Strasburg Substation, we are remembering the brave souls who lost their life on 9/11. We are also paying tribute to the first responders who went into harms way to save others. We’d like to thank the American Legion Post 183 and the Strasburg Volunteer Fire Department for their partnership. #neverforget

17 years have come and gone but we have never forgotten all those who lost their lives🇺🇸👨🏼‍🚒👩🏼‍🚒👮‍♂️👮‍♀️

The first ZPIII Softball Tournament yesterday was a huge success with seventeen teams registered, to include two out of state teams. Denver PD (Denver Bears) took home the championship beating out Alamosa PD in a great game. The Adams County Sheriff’s Office team played their hearts out for their fallen brothers, leaving it all out on the field in the quarterfinals. It was an honor to share this day with the wives and families of Heath Gumm, Zach Parrish, and Micah Flick. Not a day goes by that we don’t hold you in our hearts. Thank you to all the law enforcement families and our brothers and sisters who came out to support a great event. Thank you Douglas County Sheriff’s Office for hosting the annual tournament and all the hard work you put in to make it a success. #backtheblue #ZPIIIsoftballtourney #Gummball #acsoproud #fallenbrothers

A big THANK YOU for a kind gesture! "A citizen approached me this morning while I was catching up on some paperwork in my patrol car. She handed me this card and thanked me, before quickly returning to her vehicle and leaving the area before I could get her name and really thank her. I think we sometimes get caught up in the negative this profession can bring that we lose sight of all the positive there is out there. This gesture is a reminder to me, there are a lot of people in this country who support, appreciate and respect LE! Thank you ma'am for the wonderful gift you gave me this morning. The message you provided me is way more valuable then the card given." Sr. Deputy Dummar #WEAREADAMS #ACSOPROUD #BACKTHEBLUE

Send your love and support to Deputy Hadley who is riding 345 miles in 4 days in the Shield616 Epic Bike Ride. Deputy Hadley is riding to raise funds so the rest of our patrol deputies are equipped with active shooter kits. To hear more about the Epic Ride and what each day consists of ⬇️click the link below.

Adams County OEM is excited to announce the rebooting of its social media campaigns on Facebook and Twitter. Adams County OEM will be utilizing Twitter and Facebook to rapidly share emergency information with the public. It will also regularly share helpful preparedness information, especially during September, which is National Preparedness Month. Please consider following their Facebook page (Adams County OEM or @AdamsOEM) and Twitter page (@AdamsOEM). Thank you!

We care about your safety. If you drink this weekend, don’t get behind the wheel. Drive sober or get pulled over.

Today is International Overdose Awareness Day. We are committed to end the drug overdose crisis through the use of Narcan, a safe antidote that is proven to save lives. Our staff is trained to properly administer Narcan, saving lives and putting patients on the road to recovery. We are proudly wearing purple and joining communities around the world to raise awareness and share our commitment to end the drug overdose crisis. #EndOverdose #OverdoseAware

Are you looking for a way to give back to the Adams County Community? We have some great volunteer opportunities at the Sheriff's Office. Watch the video below to learn more! #acsoproud #acsovolunteers

This year, we are joining communities around the world to raise awareness and share our commitment to help end the drug overdose crisis. Drug overdoses killed more than 63,000 Americans in 2016, an alarming increase of more than 20 percent from the previous year. As professionals providing care in correctional environments, we know this crisis is even more severe for our patients. Friday, August 31 is International Overdose Awareness Day. We invite you to join us this week and spreading awareness by sharing the #EndOverdose message and wearing purple in recognition of IOAD2018.

Sheriff’s Facebook Live

The Heat is On! We ask that you plan for a sober ride this Labor Day holiday. During a two-week period, we will have extra DUI enforcement. Please, drive sober, or get pulled over. #heatison #acsoproud

Today, Adcom 911 enabled their ability to receive 911 text messages. More information below!

Show of hands 🙋‍♂️🙋‍♀️ who is ready to head back to school?!? #SRO #JSU #BreakfastClub