Cell Phone Donation
Your cell phone may provide the critical link between law enforcement and someone in trouble. Learn how to donate your old cell phone to someone who needs it.
Through Christmas Crusade for Children, deputies and animal control officers nominate more than 300 underprivileged children from Jefferson County during the holidays.
The Citizen Academy is a program designed to provide Jefferson County residents firsthand information about how their sheriff's office works, in an interactive classroom setting. Find out how to participate.
Citizens' Advisory Council
The council is responsible for evaluating the overall effectiveness of the Sheriff's Office, and may make recommendations for improvement.
The Courage Walk is a time to honor the strength and courage of the survivors we have come to know in the aftermath of crime.
County Sheriffs of Colorado Scholarship Award
In alternating years, the sheriff's office awards one recipient a scholarship. The award represents the sheriff's office's confidence in and respect for education and training.
Studies have shown that no single object calms a troubled child as quickly as a teddy bear. "Deputy Hugs" bears work with the Victim Services Unit, comforting frightened young victims of crisis or crime.
Ride Along Program
You may accompany a deputy on a day, evening or night shift. Ride-alongs show citizens the day-to-day challenges facing law enforcement officers.
Safety in Faith
The Safety In Faith Summit, the first of its kind, was held in August of 2015. Sheriff Shrader hosts the event annually to help prepare places of worship in protecting congregants.
Sheriff's Office volunteers are a diverse group. Ages run the spectrum from teens to retirees. A few volunteers are Peace Officer Standards Training (POST)-certified law enforcement reserves. Find out more!
Are you a young person between the ages of 14 and 18 who is interested in seeing how the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office operates? Get a sneak peek inside your local law enforcement agency.