Phillips County Sheriff's Office

  • Agency: Phillips County Sheriff's Office
  • Address: 221 S Interocean Ave, Holyoke, 80734 CO
  • Chief:
Phone: 970-854-3144
Fax: 970-854-2332

Phillips County Sheriff's Office is located at 221 S Interocean Ave, Holyoke, 80734 CO. The Phillips County Sheriff's Office phone number is 970-854-3144.

Phillips County Sheriff's Office News

We have filled the position for our existing Deputy Sheriff position. Thank you to all who applied, it was a very competitive pool of applicants.

A memorial service for Deputy Jeff Hickox will be held on Friday October 5th at the Haxtun Baptist Church (new building off HWY 6) at 10:30 AM. The service will be open to the public. Anyone interested in attending is asked avoid sitting in the front areas of the church as this will be reserved for family and law enforcement.

We will be displaying Deputy Hickox's patrol vehicle on the front lawn of the court house. If you would like to leave any messages, cards, or flowers please feel free. We thank everyone for your support and prayers.

Last night one of our own brothers passed away after fighting cancer. Phillips County Sheriff's Deputy Hickox became a friend and a brother. It was a true honor and pleasure to work side by side with him. My heart and prayers go out to his amazing wife Christine. Jeff.... you will be greatly missed but never forgotten. EOW: 9/28/2018 We will take it from here Rest in Peace Brother

Last night one of our own Deputy Jeff Hickox #111 lost his fight with cancer. Jeff served the people of Phillips County for over 4 years as a Deputy Sheriff. In that time he became a friend to many and a brother to all. He is survived by his wife Christine. Our sincere condolences and prayers go out to his family. Deputy Jeff Hickox. #111 End of Watch 9/28/2018

Anyone who ordered T-Shirts for Deputy Hickox's Benefit prior to the event may contact Undersheriff Myers to arrange pick-up or drop off of your shirts.

................................. INFORMATION................................... Effective September 24, 2018, the Phillips County Sheriff's Office will no longer be conducting public fingerprints. A new rule published by the Colorado Bureau of Investigations requires all public fingerprints to be completed by one of 3 state contracted vendors in order to allow for electronic submissions. The new process will allow prints to be completed and returned faster. This DOES NOT include Concealed Weapons Permits (CCW) or Court Ordered Fingerprints. All background check based fingerprints will now be completed in Sterling. Unfortunately, the address of the vendor has not yet been published. We will update you with the address when it becomes available. This means that the PCSO will no longer conduct regular fingerprint hours Tuesdays and Thursdays as before. CCW applications and Court Ordered fingerprints will continue to be completed at the Sheriff's Office. All applicants wishing to apply for their CCW or who have been ordered by the court to be fingerprinted, may come to the office Monday - Friday. When you arrive, dispatch will advise the on duty deputy who will complete your application or fingerprints. We know this may cause an inconvenience for some and we apologize. We are required to be in compliance with this new ruling starting September 24th. If you have any questions regarding this transition, please feel free to contact the Sheriff's Office.

We would like to send out a huge thank you to everyone who attended Deputy Hickox's Benefit Dinner and everyone who has supported this amazing fundraiser. It was a great success. In total, we have raised over $15,000 for Deputy Hickox and his family. We cannot express the level of thanks we have for our great community.

Tonight is the big night!! Deputy Hickox Benefit Dinner and Auction. Free will donation dinner starts at 6 PM catered by Happy Jack's! Live and silent auction will follow dinner with a dessert bar. Come out and have some fun and food. See you all there!!

We would like to remind everyone about Deputy Jeff Hickox's Benefit Dinner and Auction this Saturday September 8th at the Phillips County Event Center. Dinner starts at 6 PM with a live auction and silent auction. Bbq dinner catered by Happy Jack's BBQ and is a free will donation. We look forward to seeing everyone there!!!

Fingerprints will not be available today, Thursday August 30, due to agency training. Fingerprints will resume on Tuesday September 7th from 4 pm to 6 pm. If you need fingerprints completed before this time, please contact the sheriff's office to schedule a time on Friday or Monday. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.

WOW!!! Donations for Jeff have been amazing. We have recently received a new donation.. A Legacy Escort AIMGUARD 12GA Shotgun for Auction. We look forward to seeing everyone there on Sept. 8th.

We are selling T-Shirts to help benefit Dep. Hickox. If you are interested in purchasing one of these awesome T-Shirts, please stop by the Phillips County Sheriff's Office and fill out an order form and drop off payment.You can also call in and speak to Undersheriff JR or Dep. Wyatt. Payment must be made prior to order. Thank you to everyone for your continued support of Jeff and his family. All checks can be made payable to "Jeff Hickox Benefit Fund" Fits order will be made August 17th. T-Shirts - $25.00 Sizes - Youth Med - 5XL

IRS, Lottery Scams Target Older Persons A caller pretending to be from the IRS and falsely accusing people of owing back taxes and penalties is the top scam targeting older persons and remains persistent despite recent law enforcement crackdowns, according to the Senate Committee on Aging. And despite those crackdowns, "the rise of new technology has made it easier for scammers to contact and deceive consumers and has rendered the Do-Not-Call registry ineffective in many ways," said a report that follows hearings into a number of types of scams. Other persistent scams targeting older persons include: * Sweepstakes scams in which victims are told they have won a lottery but that to claim their winnings they must pay a fee. * "Grandparent scams," in which the caller pretends to be a family member, commonly a grandchild, and claims to be in urgent need or money to cover an emergency, medical care, or a legal problem. * Computer scams, in which the caller pretends to represent a well-known technology company and attempts to convince victims to provide them with access to their computers. * Romance scams, in which a caller has gained an individual's trust over a long period of time requests money to pay for an unexpected bill, an emergency, or another alleged expense or to come visit the victim. "A new scam to make the top 10 list for 2017 involves consumers receiving calls in which the caller would simply ask "Are you there?" or "Can you hear me?" in order to prompt the recipient to say "yes." According to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), these illegal robocalls are pre-recorded, and are designed to identify numbers that consumers are likely to answer, allowing scammers to better identify and connect with potential victims. The increased use of this tactic by scammers in robocalls last year demonstrates how sophisticated scammers are," it said.

Here is the Ar-15 that will be auctioned on Sept. 8th. Auction will follow dinner at the Phillips County Event Center. DPMS Panther AR-15 Carbine (5.56 NATO)

It is official...we will be auctioning of a DPMS AR-15 Carbine during the benefit pig roast for Deputy Hickox on Sept. 8th. See you all there.

We are seeking donations for our Benefit Dinner and Auction on September 8th 2018 to assist Deputy Hickox and his family. All donations will be accepted at the Sheriff's Office or pickup can be arranged with Undersheriff JR. Thank You all for supporting Jeff and his family during this tough time.

Come get goofy with us at a benefit 4 person Goofy Golf Scramble and Community Pig Roast to assist Phillips County Deputy Jeff Hickox on September 8th, 2018. Golf will be at the Holyoke Golf Course followed by a Pig Roast at the Phillips County Events Center. Everyone is invited! As many know Jeff has been fighting the good fight against cancer. Unfortunately, this fight comes with extreme cost. We are asking for your support in helping Jeff and his family through this tough time. Also, anyone who wishes to donate items for auction can contact the Sheriff's Office and speak with Undersheriff JR. We look forward to getting goofy with Phillips County.