Denver Sheriff Department

  • Agency: Denver Sheriff Department
  • Address: 10500 E. Smith Road, Denver, 80239 CO
  • Chief:

Denver Sheriff Department is located at 10500 E. Smith Road, Denver, 80239 CO. The Denver Sheriff Department phone number is 720-913-3642.

Denver Sheriff Department News

The Denver Sheriff Department is now taking #applications for the November 2018 Academy. Click to learn about this position: #nowhiring

DYK? Sign language interpreters and Spanish language interpreters can be requested for your meeting at the DSD. Make your request at least five days in advance via email:

Denver is home to so many amazing parks. Find one near your home using the City and County of Denver Government parks map:

The DSD seeks an Internal Inspections Analyst with 2-3 years of internal auditing experience and excellent time management skills. Apply soon; this job posting closes Friday.

Today is an opportunity to reflect on our gratitude for all who have served and sacrificed in the United States Armed Forces.

DYK? Your organization could cooperate with the City and County of Denver Government to become a meal pickup site to help ensure every kid in our city has access to free, healthy meals. Learn more:

The City and County of Denver Government works to ensure that children 18 and younger have access to free and healthy meals. Kids can get breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a snack. Locate a meal site:

Inmates have opportunities to participate in a number of educational and relapse prevention programs while incarcerated. These programs, facilitated in cooperation with community partners, aim to provide inmates with tools to make improved life choices and adjust to life after their sentence is complete. Learn more:

Earlier this week we hosted a barbeque for CHARG members, staff and supporters. Captain Grannum barbequed and presented the Director of CHARGE David Burgess with a plaque, in appreciation for helping the department build partnerships with the mental health community in support our CIT program. We’re very grateful for the organizations that we are now partnering with and look forward to what the future holds.

The Denver Sheriff Department provides health services to inmates by working in conjunction with Denver Health and a behavioral health services team that includes social workers, psychologists, psychiatrists, and nursing staff.

If your vehicle has been impounded, you have a right to an impoundment hearing. To pursue a hearing, you must contact the parking magistrate's office within ten days of the mailing date on your notice of impoundment.

By working with community providers, the DSD offers classes, test preparation, and monthly testing to offenders who don’t have a high school diploma or GED.

Have you heard of Denver Great Kids Head Start? Families that meet income eligibility requirements can enroll their little ones in this program to help ensure they have the social, physical, emotional, and cognitive skills and competencies necessary for continued school success.

DYK? The Denver Sheriff Department operates an inmate property bureau located at 5150 York Street. Friends and family can pick up excess inmate property with written permission from the inmate and a government issued ID. Learn more:

Looking for something fun and family-friendly to do in Denver? Check out the Play Ball! Exhibit at the History Colorado Center. You’ll explore treasured memorabilia and old photographs that bring baseball’s past to life in the present. via VISIT DENVER:

#ICYMI: Learn more about the improved care the DSD and Denver Health offers inmates who struggle with substance abuse and mental health challenges. via 9NEWS (KUSA):

If your vehicle has been impounded and you’re not sure where to find it, use the DSD’s online vehicle locator. Have your license plate number or vehicle make and model on hand.

Our pet peeve is cyclists who wear a helmet that they don’t even buckle. So close! Your helmet won’t do anything to protect you unless it’s fastened snugly. So buckle up and ride safe, Denver. If you need an easy way to travel in the city, check out Denver B-cycle.

While Denver is an urban environment, our city is home to entire thriving ecosystems and many species of wildlife. Wild animals are capable of finding food on their own, so don’t feed ducks, songbirds, or other wildlife. Learn from Denver Parks and Recreation what you can do to avoid harming wildlife at home and about town:

If you need information from the Denver Sheriff Department but don’t know who to contact, start with the list of department contacts below. Still unsure? Just give us a call and we’ll point you in the right direction.

Got memorial day weekend plans? Plan ahead with VISIT DENVER’s comprehensive round-up of events, from Veteran tributes to museum exhibits and live music.

After gaining experience within the DSD, Deputy Sheriffs have opportunities to move into higher ranking positions, such as Sergeant or Captain. Deputies can become a member of a special unit, such as Chaplain, the K-9 Unit, or Technology Management. Learn more about special units:

Most career paths within the Denver Sheriff Department start with becoming a Deputy Sheriff. If you’re curious about the application process, job training, and requirements, read the full Deputy Sheriff rank description here:

If you’re thinking about hosting a public event, head over to Denver Parks and Recreation to learn about the variety of facilities and public spaces available for use with a rental or permit.

Today we honored the Denver Sheriff Deputies that gave their lives in the line of duty at our annual Memorial Ceremony. Thank you to the deputies and all law enforcement for your hard work and dedication each and everyday.