Holiday Shopping Safety Tips

As the holidays approach, it is a busy time for shoppers, retailers and thieves. Preparation is the best defense against becoming a victim. Consumers are likely to visit crowded stores and malls during the holiday shopping season. Fraudsters know this,

Posted in 2012 News

Douglas County crime unit expands to fight local drug trafficking as the South Metro Drug Task Force disbands. Residents can tip off police with new narcotic tip line.

DouglasCounty’s Pattern Crimes Unit (PCU) will grow to 10 officers and is under new command as it focuses resources on local drug enforcement and habitual criminals across DouglasCounty. The PCU expanded on November 1st after the leadership of the South

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Consumer Alert – Emergency Scams Continue to Circulate

Emergency scams continue to victimize consumers and separate them from their money. An emergency scam is where an individual is contacted via telephone, the internet or U.S. Mail asking for money to be wired to them immediately for assistance or

Posted in 2012 News

November 2012 Briefing Room–read about what’s happening at the DCSO

http://issuu.com/douglassheriff/docs/1112_briefing_room Articles and pictures about events with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office

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WiiTNESS A CRIME OR HAVE A TIP? Metro Denver Crime Stoppers has an App for that!

STOP…We Have an APP for That!                         PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release  When: Date: November 14, 2012 @ 11:00am Where: Denver Police Crime Lab Building 1371 Cherokee Street, Denver

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Do not to leave vehicles running and unattended

Douglas County Sheriff David A. Weaver reminds residents not to leave vehicles running and unattended NARRATIVE: With the cold temperatures across the metro area Sheriff David A. Weaver reminds citizens not leave vehicles running and unattended, also known as “Puffing”.

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Posted in 2012 News

Stranger Danger Tips for Children When Walking Home From School and Home Alone

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office along with The Parker Police Department,  The Castle Rock Police Department and the Douglas County School District would like to remind parents and guardians of young children some tips to help protect them when walking

Posted in 2012 News

Douglas County Regional Dispatch Center Tests CodeRED Emergency Mass Notification System Today at 1pm

REMINDER: Residents should be aware that Douglas County Regional Dispatch center along with all other Douglas County agencies will test the CodeRED emergency Mass notification system at 1:00PM on October 10th, those registered will receive the type of notification for

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Commissioners and Sheriff David A. Weaver Suspend Fire Restrictions for Unincorporated Douglas County

 Douglas County Commissioners and Sheriff David A. Weaver Suspend Fire Restrictions for Unincorporated Douglas County  DOUGLAS COUNTY, CO – Effective October 9, 2012, weather outlooks indicate the fire danger/hazard for the County has been lessened. As a result, the Douglas

Posted in 2012 Briefing Room, 2012 Monthly Messages, 2012 News

Douglas County agencies encourage signing up for emergency notifications

Life can change with just a moment’s notice, so it’s important for emergency response personnel to be able to connect with residents during an emergency. Changes in technology are allowing governments to do so in more ways than ever before.

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Free Emergency Response Training Hosted by Douglas County Emergency Management

**** Update this class is now full**** If you want to be on a waiting list please contact Office of Emergency Management at 303-660-7589   DOUGLAS COUNTY: Douglas County Emergency Management will be hosting a free training class designed to

Posted in 2012 Briefing Room, 2012 News

Douglas County Sheriff votes NO to make pot legal across CO

NO Amendment 64 pdf It’s bad for our kids, our community and is against federal law, Sheriff says This November, residents will vote on ballot measure Amendment 64, which would make it legal for any adult to have and use

Posted in 2012 News

Highlands Ranch Substation resumes operations

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has resumed all services at the Highlands Ranch substation. The fiber optic line has been repaired. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Highlands Ranch Substation temporarily suspends operations until further notice

On 09/14/12 around 12:00 P.M., due to construction in the Highlands Ranch area, service to a fiber optic line was disrupted. This has caused operations at the Highlands Ranch Substation to be temporarily suspended until further notice. Fingerprinting, records requests,

Posted in 2012 News

NATIONAL DRUG TAKE BACK INITIATIVE SEPT. 29TH

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, along with other state and local law enforcement agencies, will coordinate its fourth collaborative effort, focused on removing potentially dangerous controlled substances and other medications from our nation’s medicine cabinets. If you have unused pharmaceuticals

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office to Host 4th Annual One Day Citizen Academy

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, is now accepting applications for its annual Citizen Academy.  This is a great opportunity to learn more about the Sheriff’s Office, in a short amount of time.  The one-day class will be held on Friday, October 

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County kicks off Justice Center expansion to improve public safety

DC JC expansion press release adobe DOUGLAS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE MEDIA RELEASE Sheriff David A. Weaver 4000 Justice Way Castle Rock, CO 80109 CONTACT #1: Sergeant Ron Hanavan, Public Information Officer, 303-814-7089 CONTACT #2: Deborah Sherman, DSherman@DCSheriff.net, 303.814.7067 RELEASE DATE:

Posted in 2012 News

Increase in number of juveniles illegally skateboarding down South Pinery Parkway

Over the past several weeks, there has been an increase in the number of teenagers and pre-teens skate boarding down the sloped road on South Pinery Parkway.  These teens are then harassing traffic to bring them back to the top

Posted in 2012 News

CRIME TREND INFORMATION FOR FRANKTOWN AND CASTLEWOOD CANYON

The area of Franktown and Castlewood Canyon, have recently been experiencing a trend of mail theft.  Most of these crimes occur in rural communities with unsecured mailboxes away from the physical residences.  Information obtained from the mail that is absconded

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Castle Pines October Fest Safety Day

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has been invited to participate in the ‘Castle Pines October Fest’ event that is being put on by the Castle Pines North Businesses and the Castle Pines Community. This event will occur on Saturday, September

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Soldiers turned cops in Douglas County

Civilians and soldiers in Douglas County Serving country, community, county They served their country as airmen, sailors, marines and soldiers in the U.S. Armed Forces. Now, they’re serving their community and county. A new Blue Blotter survey finds more than

Posted in 2012 News

Sheriff's Message September 2012

THE HEAT IS ON The heat is on drunk drivers this month.  Douglas County deputies and all other law enforcement are on the lookout for swerving and speeding cars. Every day in Colorado, more than 72 people are arrested for

Posted in 2012 Monthly Messages

Sheriff’s Message September 2012

THE HEAT IS ON The heat is on drunk drivers this month.  Douglas County deputies and all other law enforcement are on the lookout for swerving and speeding cars. Every day in Colorado, more than 72 people are arrested for

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Sheriff's Office "Eats, breathes and lives" Excellence

DCSO poised to be named among the best law enforcement agencies in the world DOUGLAS COUNTY – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) is about to be named the first law enforcement agency in the county that’s accredited internationally by

Posted in 2012 News

Sheriff’s Office “Eats, breathes and lives” Excellence

DCSO poised to be named among the best law enforcement agencies in the world DOUGLAS COUNTY – The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) is about to be named the first law enforcement agency in the county that’s accredited internationally by

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Theft warning for Meridian & Inverness area

 CRIME TREND INFORMATION FOR BUSINESSES WITH OVERNIGHT PARKING TO INCLUDE HOTELS/MOTELS The area of the Meridian and Inverness Parkway, have recently been experiencing a trend of theft of wheels/tires from vehicles.  Most of these crimes occur overnight to vehicles that

Posted in 2012 News

Douglas County Liquor Compliance Checks Conducted at Area Businesses

The Special Investigations Unit (SIU) of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office along with Colorado State Liquor Enforcement conducted liquor compliance checks on August 23, 2012. Of the thirty two businesses checked, twenty seven passed and five failed.  The five businesses

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Sheriff David A. Weaver Reminds Citizens Douglas County is Still on Stage One Fire Restrictions

Sheriff David A. Weaver would like to remind all Douglas County residents we still have fire danger and Stage One Fire Restrictions are still in effect. Ordinance No. O-003-001, an ordinance restricting open fires and open burning in the unincorporated

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Tri-County Health Department Reports the First Human Cases of West Nile Virus in Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties in 2012

Tri-County Health Department Reports the First Human Cases of West Nile Virus in Adams, Arapahoe and Douglas Counties in 2012 Contact: Stacy Weinberg, 720-200-1526  Tri-County Health Department (TCHD) has verified West Nile virus infection in four residents of our jurisdiction

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office will be Hosting their Annual Explorer Open House

We are looking for young men and women that are 14-18 years of age that would like to give back to their community and learn more about law enforcement. If you can maintain a 2.0 GPA or higher, give 8

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

13th annual Blue Thunder Motorcycle Run in memory of Deputy Ron King

On Sunday, August 19th, we will be kicking off the 13th annual Blue Thunder Motorcycle Run in memory of Deputy Ron King who was killed in the line of duty in 1999.  Ron served his community as a Deputy Sheriff

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

August 2012 Briefing Room Newsletter

Please click on the link to read the August 2012 Briefing Room Newsletter http://issuu.com/douglassheriff/docs/0812_briefing_room

Posted in 2012 Briefing Room

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Invites Citizens to Public Meeting on Accreditation

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce our upcoming Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (C.A.L.E.A) accreditation on-site assessment. The accreditation program requires our agency to comply with over 425 state-of-the art standards covering four basic areas: 

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

CALEA Public Notice to citizens of Douglas County

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Sheriff David A. Weaver 4000 Justice Way, Castle Rock, CO 80109 303-660-7505  PUBLIC NOTICE   ON-SITE ASSESSMENT, AUGUST 19-22, 2012   The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is scheduled for an on-site assessment as part of a program

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Walk to prevent suicide

Walk to prevent suicide.  Join the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and participate in The South Metro, Out of the Darkness Community Walk during National Suicide Prevention Week on – Saturday, September 8th.  Register at OUT OF THE DARKNESS DOT

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Pulling together

Dear Friends and Neighbors, Colorado is just starting down the road to recovery after the Aurora theater shooting.  We can get there faster by pulling together. We hope you’ll join us in helping those who need assistance, being a good

Posted in 2011 Monthly Messages

Free Child Safety Seat Inspections by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Traffic Team on August 18

Car crashes are the number one killer of children 1 to 12 years old in the United States, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The best way to keep them safe is to put them in age and

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Emergency Preparedness Training for people with disabilities

Learn how to keep yourself–and your family–safe in fires and other natural and man-made disasters at this unique Emergency Preparedness Training event for people with disabilities. Participants will learn CPR, Fire Safety and first aid in an interactive setting. They

Posted in 2012 News

Douglas County Bomb Squad Responds to Suspicious Looking Pipe

CONTACT #1: Lt. Glenn Peitzmeier, Public Information Officer, 303-814-7083      RELEASE DATE: 07/24/12    RELEASE TIME: 2:50 pm                  CASE NUMBER: n/a   WHAT: Douglas County Bomb Squad Responds to Suspicious Looking Pipe   NARRATIVE: DOUGLAS COUNTY:   On July 23, 2012

Posted in 2012 News

Sheriff David A. Weaver Lowers Fire Restrictions to Stage One

By Order of Sheriff David A. Weaver Stage 2 fire restrictions, have been rescinded. Stage One Fire Restrictions are still in effect. Ordinance No. O-003-001, an ordinance restricting open fires and open burning in the unincorporated areas of Douglas County.

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Sheriff David A. Weaver earns national recognition for innovative governance

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Association of Counties (NACo) has recognized Douglas County Sheriff David Weaver with the association’s prestigious 2012 County Courthouse Award for Innovative Governance. Sheriff Weaver was selected as the Suburban Category winner by an independent panel

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

DCSO Seeks Assistance Related To Last Weeks Shooting

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) and Castle Rock Police Department (CRPD) are requesting the publics’ assistance in reference to the shooting that occurred last week. On July 4, 2012 at about 11:30 p.m. CRPD and DCSO responded to a suspicious

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Suspect Arrested After Shooting At Police

The Castle Rock Police Department and Douglas County Sheriff’s Office searched throughout the night to locate an armed suspect in Castle Rock. On July 4, 2012 at about 11:30 p.m. the Castle Rock Police Department responded to a suspicious circumstance

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Search and Rescue, Three Rescues in Three Days

CONTACT INFORMATION           Name:  Paul J Miller                                                       Title:  PIO                                                       Contact phone, pager, etc.:  970 302 9461                                                       Email address: dcsar799@gmail.com Release Date:  July 3rd, 2012                                   Release Time: Immediate What: Three Rescues in Three Days  Narrative:  It started with a

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Fairgrounds is no longer accepting animals as an evacuation shelter

Douglas County Fairgrounds is no longer accepting animals as an evacuation shelter. All animals that are currently at the DC Fairgrounds must be picked up by 5pm on Monday July 2nd.    If circumstances surrounding fire events change, this decision will

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Two Plead Guilty in False Reporting Case

 On 6/21/12, Aimee Whitchurch (37 YOF) and Christel Conklin (29 YOF) appeared in Douglas County Court and plead guilty to the charge of False Reporting in relation to the October 28, 2011 incident. Whitchurch and Conklin received 12 months supervised

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Pre-Evacuation warnings for all of Douglas County have now been cancelled.

This is Douglas Regional 9-1-1 with an important message: Pre-Evacuation warnings for all of Douglas County have now been cancelled. Residents must still maintain situational awareness.  If you are in danger, DO NOT WAIT for an evacuation order.  Take the

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Updated Douglas County Pre-Evacuation Maps are now available

Douglas County Emergency Services has provided a more detailed description of the pre-evacuation zones.  To view the maps please visit www.douglas.co.us   Please monitor local news channels for fire updates. If the fire comes dangerously close to your area, an evacuation

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Pike National Forrest Goes to Stage 2 Fire Restrictions

The Pike National Forrest has gone to Stage 2 fire restrictions. Please see the attached document for details regarding probited activities. http://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/psicc/alerts-notices/?aid=12592 Order 12-09

Posted in 2012 News

Update on Animal Pre-Evacuation Location

The Douglas County Fairgrounds is receiving large and small animals for those individuals in the pre-evacuation zone in Douglas County.  The shelter currently has taken in 74 large animals and 3 dogs and there are open stalls still available.  The

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Sheriff David A. Weaver Enacts County Wide Fireworks Ban

CONTACT #1: Lieutenant Glenn Peitzmeier, PIO, 303-663-7755 CONTACT #2: Sergeant Ron Hanavan, PIO, 303-663-7755  RELEASE DATE: 06/28/2012        RELEASE TIME: 8:50 am   CASE NUMBER: N/A  WHAT: Sheriff David A. Weaver Enacts County Wide Fireworks Ban NARRATIVE: On June 28, 2012, Douglas

Posted in 2012 News

Sheriff Orders Professional Fire Works Displays Prohibited

Posted in 2012 News

Sheriff Orders Professional Fire Works Displays Prohibited

Governor Hickenlooper’s Executive Order D2012-015 imposes a statewide ban on open burning, including a statewide prohibition on the use of fireworks. Included in the order is the authority for the sheriff of each county to grant exception to this prohibition

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

PRE-EVACUATION NOTICE ONLY! THIS IS ONLY TO BE AWARE AND TO PREPARE

CONTACT #1: Sgt. Ron Hanavan, Public Information Officer, 303-663-7755 CONTACT #2:            Lt. Glenn Peitzmeier, Public Information Officer, 303-663-7755 RELEASE DATE: 06/27/2012            RELEASE TIME: 12:30 am                CASE NUMBER:   WHAT: PRE-EVACUATION NOTICE ONLY!  THIS IS ONLY TO BE AWARE AND TO

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Sheriff David A. Weaver would like to remind all Douglas County Residents how they can receive information when an emergency event is taking place within the county.

Sheriff David A. Weaver would like to remind all Douglas County Residents how they can receive information when an emergency event is taking place within the county. During emergencies the Sheriff’s Office does its best to post the most recent

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Pre-Evacuation Orders for Southwestern Douglas County Residents

Area of Interest:   S. County Line to Noe Rd. – Spruce Mountain Rd to Rampart Range Rd.  This is Douglas Regional 9-1-1 with a pre-evacuation warning.  The Waldo Canyon fire burning in El Paso County is expanding and poses a

Posted in 2012 News

Update on Douglas County Evacuation Location

CONTACT #1: Sgt. Ron Hanavan, Public Information Officer, 303-663-7732  RELEASE DATE: 06/26/2012            RELEASE TIME: 9:30 pm                  CASE NUMBER:   WHAT: Update on Douglas County Evacuation Location   NARRATIVE: The Shelter located at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, Kirk Hall has been

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Regional Communication Center is being inundated with 911 calls related to smoke

CONTACT #1: Sgt. Ron Hanavan, Public Information Officer, 303-663-7732 RELEASE DATE: 06/26/2012          RELEASE TIME: 7:45 pm                                CASE NUMBER:  WHAT: Douglas County Regional Communication Center is being inundated with 911 calls related to smoke NARRATIVE:   Douglas County Regional Communication

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Douglas County Sheriff’s Office graduates seventh Community Safety Volunteer Academy

DOUGLAS COUNTY, CO – Residents who care deeply about helping keep their families and neighbors safe and secure endured more than 150 hours of law enforcement classes and on-the-job training to graduate from the 2012 Community Safety Volunteer Academy in

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Trout Creek Fire Update: 19:00 (7pm)

  The fire is at about 25 acres The Fire is estimated to have 100% containment between 8:00 and 9:30 pm USFS crews continue containment efforts on this fire No structures were lost No reported injuries Cause of fire is

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Trout Creek Fire Update at 14:40 PM

2:10 PM Patrol on scene of a forest fire half mile east of Hwy 67 MM 89.5. The fire area of Hwy 67 MM 89.5 is now called the Trout Creek Fire per Forest Service. It is approx 20 acres,

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Sheriff Encourages Emergency Preparedness

Douglas County Sheriff David A. Weaver and the Office of Emergency Management would like all residents of Douglas County to think about their needs in the event that you would need to leave your home in an emergency.  With the

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Fun 4th of July actvities at the Douglas County Sheriff's Office Highlands Ranch Substation

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is offering an open house from 11am – 3pm on the 4th of July, at the substation located at 9250 Zotos Drive, in Highlands Ranch. Tour the Sheriff’s substation in Highlands Ranch. Get a “Child Safety ID

Posted in 2012 News

Fun 4th of July actvities at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Highlands Ranch Substation

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is offering an open house from 11am – 3pm on the 4th of July, at the substation located at 9250 Zotos Drive, in Highlands Ranch. Tour the Sheriff’s substation in Highlands Ranch. Get a “Child Safety ID

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June 2012 Briefing Room Newsletter

Please see attached June 2012 Briefing Room Newsletter. http://issuu.com/douglassheriff/docs/0612_briefing_room  

Posted in 2012 Briefing Room

Sheriff Weaver Signs Executive Order Regarding Public Fireworks Displays

On June 19, 2012, Douglas County Sheriff David A. Weaver signed an Executive Order regarding the approval process for public fireworks displays on July 4th. The Executive Order delegates to the chief of each fire district operating within Douglas County

Posted in 2012 News

Stage 2 Fire Restrictions Reinstated in Douglas County

Stage 2 Fire Restrictions Reinstated in Douglas County On June 18, 2012, The Douglas County Board of Commissioners Reinstated Ordinance No. O-003-001, an ordinance restricting open fires and open burning in the unincorporated areas of Douglas County including the National Forest.

Posted in 2012 News

Donuts to Dollars: Local bakery raises dough for slain officer’s kids

ENGLEWOOD – Lora’s Donuts and Bakery Shop sold more than 20,000 donuts Saturday to raise money for the children of Englewood Officer Jeremy Bitner, who was killed in the line of duty last month. Bakery shop owners Jim and Lora

Posted in 2012 News

4th of July Safety

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, AMERICA!! There’s no better way to celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776 than with family and friends, barbeques, parades, fairs, picnics and, yes, fireworks. But before you light up those sparklers and

Posted in 2012 Monthly Messages

FRAUD ALERT – Malware Installed on Travelers’ Laptops Through Software Updates on Hotel Internet Connections

Recent analysis from the FBI and other government agencies demonstrates that malicious actors are targeting travelers abroad through pop-up windows while they are establishing an Internet connection in their hotel rooms. Recently, there have been instances of travelers’ laptops being

Posted in Fraud Alerts

New 12am to 5am curfew—Teens must be home before midnight

DOUGLAS COUNTY – On May 23rdth, The Douglas County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) approved a new 12am to 5am curfew every day of the week, year-round, for teenagers across unincorporated Douglas County.  The new curfew, which applies to anyone

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Sheriff David A. Weaver congratulates all 2012 graduates!

Douglas County Sheriff David A. Weaver congratulates all 2012 graduates!   He offers this advice: Life is about making a difference, finding solutions and leadership. It’s about integrity, honor and creating possibilities. You are in control of your life, so

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Sheriff's Office creates on-line search for inmates

Dear Douglas County residents,   The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office introduces a quick, efficient way for you to find out who is being held in the county jail. Just log onto the Douglas County Sheriff’s website at www.dcsheriff.net  to conduct

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office creates on-line search for inmates

Dear Douglas County residents,   The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office introduces a quick, efficient way for you to find out who is being held in the county jail. Just log onto the Douglas County Sheriff’s website at www.dcsheriff.net  to conduct

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Douglas County Sheriff's Office Makes Arrest in Chaparral Incident

On May 7, 2012, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) was contacted by the Parker Police Department (PPD) School Resource Officer (SRO) for Legend High School in reference to information about a vehicle on school property (Chaparral High School) that

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Makes Arrest in Chaparral Incident

On May 7, 2012, the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) was contacted by the Parker Police Department (PPD) School Resource Officer (SRO) for Legend High School in reference to information about a vehicle on school property (Chaparral High School) that

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Arrest Warrants Issued for False Reporting in an Alleged 2011 Hate Crime Incident

Arrest warrants were issued for two women, formerly from Parker, in relation to a reported hate crime incident that occurred in October of 2011. On October 28, 2011, patrol responded to an incident that occurred on Lark Water Lane in

Posted in 2012 News

Douglas County Law Enforcement Agencies Graduate Command Staff from Northwestern University Center for Public Safety “SCHOOL OF POLICE STAFF AND COMMAND”

NARRATIVE: Supervisors from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, Lone Tree and Castle Rock Police Departments join the ranks of the prestigious graduates from the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety “School of Police Staff and Command” (SPSC) Douglas County Law

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

***UPDATE*** Fatal Multi-Vehicle Car Crash in Highlands Ranch Involving Jogger

WHAT: ***UPDATE*** Fatal Multi-Vehicle Car Crash in Highlands Ranch Involving Jogger NARRATIVE: On April 28th, 2012 the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Crash Investigators were called out to investigate a fatal, multi-vehicle car crash at the intersection of Broadway and

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

DRCOG HONORS COMMUNITY SAFETY VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

DRCOG HONORS COMMUNITY SAFETY VOLUNTEER PROGRAM   May 8, 2012 (Denver, Colorado) – Douglas County, the Town of Castle Rock and the City of Lone Tree were honored with a Local Government Award from the Denver Regional Council of Governments

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

05/11/12 UPDATE: Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Executes Search Warrant At Larkspur Residence

NARRATIVE: On 05/10/12 The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) executed a Search warrant at Christopher C. Andersen (33 YOM) residence in Larkspur CO.  Do to the number of media requests we are receiving, we are sending

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Sheriff Will Honor Citizens and Employees in Awards Ceremony to be Held on May 16, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. at the Douglas County Miller Building

Douglas County Sheriff David A. Weaver is honored to recognize several employees as well as citizens at an awards ceremony on May 16, 2012  6:00 pm at Douglas County Miller Building, 100 third street Castle Rock, CO  80104 in the

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Executes Search Warrant At Larkspur Residence

WHAT: Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Executes Search Warrant At Larkspur Residence  NARRATIVE: On 05/10/12 The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) executed a Search warrant at Christopher C. Andersen (33 YO) residence in Larkspur CO.  The Douglas

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Stage 2 Fire Restrictions, have been Rescinded. Stage One Fire Restrictions are still in effect.

NARRATIVE:   On May 08, 2012, The Douglas County Board of Commissioners Reinstated Ordinance No. O-003-001, an ordinance restricting open fires and open burning in the unincorporated areas of Douglas County. By Order of Sheriff David A Weaver Stage 2 fire

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Deputies Arrest Kidnapping Suspect

CONTACT #1: Sgt. Ron Hanavan, Public Information Officer, 303-660-7500 CONTACT #2:              RELEASE DATE: 05/04/2012            RELEASE TIME: 6:30pm               CASE NUMBERS: 2012-38097                                                                                                                                                        Douglas County Deputies Arrest Kidnapping Suspect NARRATIVE: On 05/04/12 at about 12:20 pm, The Douglas County Regional Dispatch Center

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As Spring Weather Revs Up, Stay Alert and Watch for Motorcycles

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:                           Contacts: May 1, 2012                                                     Heather Halpape, CDOT                                                                 303-757-9484 or 303-888-6319 (cell)                                                                 CSP PIO, 303-239-4583 As Spring Weather Revs Up, Stay Alert and Watch for Motorcycles May is National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month DENVER—  With Colorado’s

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Emergency Ser Presents Weather Spotter Training

View Weather Training PDF   View Weather Spotter PDF

Posted in 2012 News

May 2012 Briefing Room Newsletter

Please see attached May 2012 Briefing Room Newsletter 0512 BriefingRoom

Posted in 2012 Briefing Room

Bicycle Safety

As I sat down to write this month’s letter for the Briefing Room I thought of all the bicycles that I have seen on our roads this early spring. They’re everywhere. Last spring I wrote an article on bicycle safety and reminded

Posted in 2012 Monthly Messages

Douglas County Liquor Compliance Checks Conducted at Area Businesses

NARRATIVE: DOUGLAS COUNTY: The Special Investigations Unit (SIU) of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office conducted liquor compliance checks on April 25, 2012. Of the thirty five businesses checked in unincorporated Douglas County, thirty two passed and three failed. The three

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Household Chemical Roundups

2012 Douglas HCR

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

DCSO and Mike Ward Infiniti YOUTH ROAD SAFETY EVENT

YOUTH ROAD SAFETY EVENT May 2nd, 2012 6 pm – 7 pm At Mike Ward Infiniti 1800 Lucent Court Highlands Ranch, CO  80129 (Northwest Corner of C470 and Lucent Blvd) The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office and Mike Ward Infiniti are

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

The Douglas-Elbert County Horse Council Presents Emergency Preparedness Clinic

For Immediate Release:  April 12, 2012 Contact: Fred Wehrli, Douglas-Elbert County Horse Council, 303.688.0553     The Douglas-Elbert County Horse Council Presents “Emergency Preparedness Clinic’   The Douglas-Elbert County Horse Council (DECHC) and the Douglas County Animal Response Team (CART)

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting Liquor Compliance Checks at Area Businesses

NARRATIVE: Prom season is upon us and graduation is right around the corner. Sheriff David A. Weaver wants to remind everyone of the consequences to those under the age of 21 who consume alcohol, or those older than 21 that

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

The People of the State of Colorado vs. Richard Heeringa

The People of the State of Colorado vs. Richard Heeringa Case Number: 2008CR000080 For Immediate Release: April 12, 2012 Contact: Casimir Spencer Public Information Officer Direct: 720.874.8556 Email: cspencer@da18.state.co.us   Man sentenced to 576 years to life in prison for

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Fourth DEA National Pharmaceutical Take-Back Day April 28, 2012

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Posted in 2012 News, Archives

NOAA to test tornado warning systems in Colorado

Contact:          Robert Glancy                                    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                         303-494-4479                                   April 10, 2012   NOAA to test tornado warning systems in Colorado during Severe Weather Awareness Week  NOAA’s National Weather Service will conduct a statewide test of the tornado warning system

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

Sexting Awareness class for Parents

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Presents: Sexting Awareness for Parents Presented by: Detective Christine Brite Y.E.S.S. Instructor Deputy Ann Walton   Tuesday May 8th 6:30 pm Douglas County Sheriff’s Office 4000 Justice Way, Castle Rock   Thursday May 10 th 6:30

Posted in 2012 News, Archives

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Douglas County Sheriff

Justice Center

4000 Justice Way
Castle Rock, CO 80109
Phone: 303.660.7505

Office Hours

Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


Highlands Ranch Substation

9250 Zotos Drive
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129
Phone: 303.784.7800

Office Hours

Monday through Friday
7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.


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