Support Services

The support services division is comprised of the following sections and functional units:

  • Civil/warrants
  • Douglas Regional 9-1-1 communications center
  • Public safety technology services
  • Records
  • Crime analysis
  • Concealed handgun permits
  • Reserves

The seven commissioned and 66 non-commissioned personnel assigned to these units provide a broad range of services in support of the operational units of the sheriff’s office, and also fulfill many statutory and contractual responsibilities of the sheriff.  The division is commanded by Captain Robert McMahan.

The mission of the support services division is to provide innovative, courteous, and professional services to our internal and external customers; to support the operational units of the sheriff’s office by optimizing their productivity and ensuring their safety; and to comply with statutory and contractual obligations, while being ever-mindful of our responsibility to be good stewards of scarce public resources.

Divisions of Support Services

Concealed Handgun Permits

Concealed handgun permits are issued by Sheriff Weaver to residents of Douglas County that meet the permitting requirements.


Civil

Fees for Service, Service Process, Evictions, Writs of Restitution, Civil Assist, Property Seizure, and Sheriff Sales.


Communications

Dispatch Services for Law Enforcement, Fire, and Medical Services.


Crime Analysis

Timely Accurate Tactical, Strategic, and Administrative Analysis of Data.


Records

Release of Information, Public Fingerprinting, Impound Release, Criminal History, Background Checks, Military Background Checks, Missing/Lost Property Reports, and Solicitor Permits.


Reserves

Reserves are volunteer Deputy Sheriff’s that are P.O.S.T. certified to perform the duties of a Deputy Sheriff but are not paid positions.


Information Technology Services

Technologies used by the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office.


Search and Rescue

Douglas County Search and Rescue.


Regional Dispatch Services

United Fire Dispatch Authority (UFDA).


Warrants

The Warrants Unit apprehends fugitives of justice whose warrants originated within Douglas County.


Race-A-Cop Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to seniors that demonstrate a commitment to responsible driving.


OMNI Group Inc. Staffing Study and Decentralization Study

Non-custody staffing study and decentralization options for the Sheriff’s Office.

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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