Stay Home. Stop the Spread. Save Lives
Concern about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is understandable and appropriate. We are working closely with our Douglas County partners, monitoring the situation, and adjusting our operational procedures based on the most up to date information received by our local and state health departments (Tri-County Health and CDPHE). We will remain diligent in evaluating the information received to update our procedures as necessary to maintain quality service to our community while also keeping our citizens and employees safe from the spread of any illness.
On July 16, 2020, Governor Polis amended and extended the Executive Orders D 2020 039, D 2020 067, D 2020 110 Ordering Individuals in Colorado to Wear Non-Medical Face Coverings entering or remaining in a public indoor space, which is effective today, July 16, 2020, and will expire in thirty (30) days from July 16, 2020, unless extended further by Executive Order. You can view the details of the order here. Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock encourages compliance of the order in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Our preference is to educate citizens and gain voluntary compliance, if concerns arise. However, the Sheriff’s Office is prepared to enforce the executive order if necessary.
While the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office main Records Lobby and the Highlands Ranch Sheriff Substation are now open, we still encourage citizens’ use of online services at http://www.dcsheriff.net/online-reporting/.
We are temporarily suspending the following services:
- Facility tours
- Currently, we are only doing CHP, Court Ordered, and Employee fingerprinting at this time
Douglas County COVID-19 – https://www.douglas.co.us/douglascovid19/
Tri-County Health – https://tchd.org/818/Coronavirus-COVID-19
2-1-1 Colorado – https://www.211colorado.org/
Douglas County Courts-18th Judicial District-https://www.courts.state.co.us/Courts/District/Index.cfm?District_ID=18