Captain of Detentions Holly Nicholson-Kluth

Holly has been with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office since 1989 where she started in the Patrol division. Since then she has served in numerous Line, Supervisory, Command, and Executive positions in Administration, Investigations, Patrol, and Support Services.

Her interests and special training have included areas such as crimes against children, computer crimes, technology, and leadership.  She served as Director of the Colorado Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory from 2001 through 2004 and has specialized training in Computer Forensics. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and holds her Master’s degree from Regis University in Psychology with studies in Forensic and Organizational Psychology, as well as Adult Learning.  She is an FBI National Academy Graduate, class #258 – 2014.

Holly is currently assigned as the Patrol Division Captain to the A side Lieutenants and Teams, (Sunday – Wednesday) and appointed as the current Liaison for the City of Castle Pines, Town of Larkspur, U.S. Forest Service, and Supervises the Community Safety Volunteers, Reserve Officers, and Mountain District Deputies.   She is a board member for the Douglas County Fallen Officer’s Fund, and the Secretary of the State of Colorado Public Safety Communications Subcommittee of the Homeland Security Advisory Committee.