Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Maintains its Triple Crown Accreditation

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce that it has achieved its 3rd CALEA Reaccreditation for Law Enforcement as well as the 3rd Reaccreditation for Public Safety Communications. The Professional Standards Chief Deputy Robert McMahan, CALEA Manager Kendra Pelle and ACA Manager Leta O’Connell went to Covington, Kentucky for the CALEA conference to… Read On

County Sheriffs of Colorado Mourn the loss of Lobbyist Peg Ackerman

The County Sheriffs of Colorado are deeply saddened by Peg Ackerman’s loss in her brave battle against cancer on Friday, November 15, 2019. Peg was a champion advocate for CSOC.  She spent over 30 years as CSOC’s lobbyist and was considered a force to be reckoned with at the Capitol for her in-depth knowledge and… Read On

Douglas County Government offices opening on a 2-hour delay, Oct. 30

Due to inclement weather and road conditions, Douglas County Government offices will be operating on a 2-hour delayed start on Wednesday, Oct. 30. This delay also applies to the Douglas County Elections Office in Castle Rock, as well as all Voter Service and Polling Center (VSPC) locations countywide.  Voters are reminded to visit DouglasVotes.com for… Read On

Woman Arrested for Daughter’s 2017 Death

Following a year-long investigation by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, an 18th Judicial District grand jury returned a 13-count indictment against Kelly Renee Turner (a/k/a Kelly Renee Gant), date of birth 06/24/1978, for charges related to the August 2017 death of her then 7-year-old daughter, Olivia Gant. Olivia’s death was the subject of Denver area… Read On