Reserve Deputies

Reserve┬ádeputy sheriffs are volunteers who give of their personal time and talents to help the Sheriff’s Office deliver its day-to-day law enforcement services. Reserve deputies serve in all divisions of the Sheriff’s Office. Some of their responsibilities include Patrol, Investigation, Training, Civil and Warrants, Detentions, Budget & Logistics, and other Support Services Division functions. All reserve deputies are required to maintain the same high standards of conduct required of any full-time deputy sheriff.

CRS 16-2.5-110 Reserve Deputy Sheriff, explains the powers of a reserve peace officers in the State of Colorado and the differences between a full-time peace officer and a reserve peace officer.

Reserve Officers must attend either a Colorado P.O.S.T. certified reserve academy or a full-time P.O.S.T. certified academy. All reserve applicants must complete the same pre-employment written testing, background investigation, psychological testing, and polygraph examination as our full-time deputy sheriffs.

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office does not currently offer a Reserve Academy. Therefore, all applicants must be P.O.S.T. certified through a full-time P.O.S.T. academy or a P.O.S.T. reserve academy before applying.

If you are interested in applying to become a Reserve Deputy Sheriff, visit the Employment page.

If you have questions, please contact Lieutenant Glenn Peitzmeier at 303-814-7083, or by e-mail at gpeitzme@dcsheriff.net.

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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