Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 405 Argentine St, Georgetown, 80444 CO
  • Chief:
Phone: 303-569-3232
Fax:

Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office is located at 405 Argentine St, Georgetown, 80444 CO. The Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office phone number is 303-569-3232.

Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office News

Very important PSA from the FBI about home and office routers!

Guanella Pass is open for the season! Info from the forest service on the new restrictions: "Signs are being posted to announce new restrictions along the Guanella Pass road corridor on the Clear Creek Ranger District of the Arapaho National Forest, effective March 1, 2018. Concentrated impacts from visitors are causing safety concerns, resource damage and threatening the Town of Georgetown’s water supply. To reduce these impacts, the order restricts use between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., including parking, camping and campfires in undesignated areas within a quarter-mile of Guanella Pass Road, portions of Leavenworth Road and all of Silver Dollar Lake Road. Visitors may still camp and have campfires in one of five developed campgrounds along the road corridor, including 70 developed campsites and 30 designated dispersed sites; park in designated parking areas at any time; hike the Mount Bierstadt Trail at any time; backpack out of the restricted area to camp; and use the area during non-restricted times for parking, picnicking, hiking, biking, fishing, hunting and viewing wildlife."

COMMUNITY SAFETY TIP: Are you signed up to receive CodeRED reverse 911 notifications? This system is not just for evacuation notices in the event of a fire. We may issue an alert for a missing child, or advise residents in a certain area to stay in their homes and lock their doors as we search for a suspect of a crime. If you also sign up for the CodeRED mobile app, you can receive mobile notifications if you are traveling through an area where a reverse 911 is occurring, but which is not near your home. For example, if you are driving back up through Jefferson county on your way home and they issue a notice of a fast moving brush fire in the area you are driving, you would receive that mobile notification from Jeffco through the app. After signing up or updating your profile at the link here, there will be a link for more info on getting the mobile app. https://public.coderedweb.com/CNE/en-US/F2FD39D5D3DE #CCSOsafetytips

You may have received a flyer like this in the mail recently. We're hoping to get all our residents signed up for CodeRED, our reverse 911 emergency notification system so we are better able to notify you in the event of a wildfire or other event. If you haven't signed up, or just haven't updated your information in a while take the opportunity to do so now at this link: https://public.coderedweb.com/CNE/en-US/F2FD39D5D3DE

"In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a proclamation which designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls as Police Week. Currently, tens of thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world converge on Washington, DC to participate in a number of planned events which honor those that have paid the ultimate sacrifice." For more information on the events in Denver this week: https://rmlefcu-blog.org/2018-denver-police-week-events/

It's possible for your home to survive a wildland fire. Check out this video from the NFPA for information on removing ignition sources from around your home.

COMMUNITY SAFETY TIP: Does your car have a remote start feature? If so, activate it before you approach your vehicle. The lights and noise could scare away someone hiding near your vehicle waiting for you to return. Additionally many remote start systems include GPS tracking which can be useful if your car is ever stolen. #CCSOsafetytips

The county commissioners issued a resolution declaring May 6-12, 2018 as National Correctional Officers and Employees Week. We want to thank our jail deputies and staff for their dedication and hard work. You may not see them out and about each day like you do our patrol deputies, but they are nonetheless hard at work 24/7 keeping the county safe. Thank you!!

COMMUNITY SAFETY TIP: Away on vacation? Avoid posting pictures or your location on social media until you return, as doing so tells people that your home is unattended. Did you know we have a Vacation House Check program? Sign up at the link to have a deputy periodically check on your house while you are away: http://www.co.clear-creek.co.us/FormCenter/Sheriffs-Office-8/House-Watches-67 #CCSOsafetytips

COMMUNITY SAFETY TIP: Be aware of areas where criminals are likely to search out victims, such as a parking lot. If you must walk to your vehicle alone, be observant of people who may be loitering in the area. Does their behavior seem odd? If you don’t feel comfortable about a suspicious person or vehicle, please call us to come check it out. For more information on this type of situational awareness, try this link: http://www.sensibleselfdefenseblog.com/2018/04/thugs-in-parking-lot-kidnapping-of.html?m=1 #CCSOsafetytips

JOB OPENING: 911 DISPATCHER See link below to apply! http://www.clearcreeksheriff.us/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=100&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=DISPATCHER-94

COMMUNITY SAFETY TIP: Avoid rude gestures or otherwise “road raging” other drivers, even if you feel they are driving aggressively. You never know if another driver is armed and we have had many cases this year of drivers being threatened with a gun during a road rage incident. Disengage from the situation, move away from them in a safe manner, and call 911 to report the issue. #CCSOsafetytips

Every Friday for the next few months we’ll be posting a new community safety tip. Our goal is to increase situational awareness and improve safety for our citizens. Watch for them every week or search them by hashtag: #CCSOsafetytips

We will be on a red flag warning today from 11am-8pm. Use extreme caution and report any smoke or flame seen immediately by calling 911. Hazardous Weather Outlook National Weather Service Denver/Boulder CO 601 AM MDT Thu Apr 19 2018 COZ030>051-201215- South and Southeast Grand/West Central and Southwest Boulder/ Gilpin/Clear Creek/Summit/North and West Park Counties Above 9000 Feet-Larimer and Boulder Counties Between 6000 and 9000 Feet- Jefferson and West Douglas Counties Above 6000 Feet/Gilpin/Clear Creek/Northeast Park Counties Below 9000 Feet- 601 AM MDT Thu Apr 19 2018 ...Red Flag Warnings 11 am this morning until 8 pm mdt this evening, Denver Metro area, Palmer Divide, South Park, southern Foothills and parts of the northeast and east central Plains... ...Winter Storm Watch in effect Friday afternoon through Saturday morning for the Front Range Mountains and Foothills...

We appreciate our dispatchers everyday, but April 8th-14th is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! Sheriff Albers presented the dispatch center with a proclamation signed by the commissioners to celebrate the week.

An avalanche watch is in effect for our zone, due to the moisture we are supposed to get through Sunday. Use caution in the backcountry.

2018 Fire Mitigation Info: Beginning April 15th, drop off your slash at the transfer station at a discounted rate. See link below for details.

JOB OPENING: CONTROL TECHNICIAN Start your Career today with the Clear Creek County Sheriff’s Office. We are now accepting applications for the position of Control Technician. We offer great benefits and room for advancement within the Sheriff’s Office. As a Control Technician you are under general supervision of the jail division and assigned on a shift in the security of the county jail facility. You will be responsible to monitor and control the access, conduct and movement of inmates, visitors and staff to areas within the jail and performs related work as required. Interested applicants should be at least 18 years old with a high school diploma or equivalent and be able to pass drug screening. Please email DetentionSupervisors@clearcreeksheriff.us for more information on the hiring process.

This happened last night. We are so grateful that the injuries to the firefighter were minor, it could have easily been so much worse. Please take this chance to educate your friends, family, and everyone you know to SLOW DOWN and MOVE OVER when responders are working on the roads. The life you save may be one of your local volunteer heroes. We all want to go home at the end of the call.

NOMINATIONS NEEDED! Organizers of the annual Lyle Wohlers Law Enforcement Luncheon and Awards Ceremony are soliciting nominations for the 2017 Officer and Citizen of the year. The annual event hosted by the Clear Creek County Sheriff’s Office, Colorado State Patrol, Idaho Springs, Georgetown, and Empire Police Departments commemorates Colorado State Trooper Lyle Wohlers who was killed in the line of duty near Georgetown in 1992. An interdepartmental awards committee seeks to identify those officers who serve the citizens and visitors within greater Clear Creek County, and particularly that member of the law enforcement community who has shown exemplary service during 2017. The committee will also select the 2017 Citizen of the Year who supports area law enforcement and public safety or has engaged in an extraordinary feat to safeguard another. Nominations forms may be picked up at the Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office, Idaho Springs City Hall, Georgetown Town Hall, or Empire Town Hall. Nomination forms must be submitted by April 2nd to the Empire Police Department, c/o Lyle Wohlers Law Enforcement Awards, P.O. Box 3, Empire, CO 80438, faxed to 303-569-2282. or emailed to law.enforcement@empirecogov.us.

We could be in for a decent amount of snow Monday night. Are you prepared with good tires or traction devices for your vehicle?

The entire eastern half of the state is on a Red Flag Warning today. Note that this includes portions of Clear Creek county. Though we are supposed to have wintery weather this afternoon, the winds and dry conditions prefacing the storm are the reason for the Red Flag. Please use caution and be vigilant about reporting any smoke or flames seen.

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