Rodney Johnson for additional information or questions you may email SO
will bring new challenges to our county, but the commitment of
the Grand County Sheriff's Office will not change. We will continue
to provide our community with professional, efficient law enforcement
through well-trained employees, technology, crime prevention
and a proactive approach to public safety.
Any questions may be directed to SO_info@co.grand.co.us
March 12, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
DRUG TAKE BACK DAY
April 27, 2013
10:00 AM TO 2:00 PM
ALCO 541 ZEREX FRASER, CO
CITY MARKET 1001 THOMPSON RD GRANBY, CO
THE MERCANTILE 101 MARTIN WAY KREMMLING, CO
Turn in your unused or expired household prescription or over-the-counter medication for safe disposal.
The following items WILL NOT be accepted; Needles & Sharps, Mercury (thermometers),
Oxygen Containers, Chemotherapy/ Radioactive Substances, Pressurized Canisters, Illicit Drugs
The Grand County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with Fraser/Winter Park Police, Granby Police, Kremmling Police, Grand County Public Health Department, Grand County Water Quality and the DEA will be holding a Drug Take Back day on April 27, 2013 from 10 AM to 2 PM at the locations listed above. This is the time to clean out any old or unused medications and dispose of them in a safe manner. Representatives from the Police Departments, Sheriff’s Department and Public Health will be on hand to answer questions at each site. For more information you may call the Grand County Sheriff’s Office at 970-725-3343.
SEXUALLY VIOLENT COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION BULLETIN
Approved 2011-2012 Grand County Snowmobile Routes
Code Red® Emergency Notification System
For updated Grand County Emergency Information, or to register your cell phone with the Emergency Notification System, please click on the following link: www.gcemergency.com
Emergency Preparedness Guide
Most Wanted Persons
The Sheriff’s Department no longer handles bad check cases for dollar amounts of $2500.00 or less. This applies to individuals as well as merchants. If you have any questions regarding how to seek restitution, go to the following website. http://www.checkprogram.com/14thjudicialco/
May of each year is Law Day for the county wide 5th graders. This is a day when the 5th graders get to see first hand how County Government works. They tour and perform a mock trial in the District Court room, they learn about the responsibilities of the County Assessor , County Treasurer, Department of Motor Vehicle offices. EMS lets them climb all over an ambulance and explains what their job is, the Division of Wildlife explains the laws and do’s and dont's when it comes to Wildlife.
The Grand County Sheriff’s Department gives a tour of the jail, allowing some to be handcuffed, sit in the restraint chair, put on jail clothes as well as take their mug shot. They also toured the dispatch area, see first hand all the Special Response Team gear, and take a close up look at the Animal Control truck and gear. Hear the siren and sit in a patrol car. And ask as many questions as they want. Over a 100 of the county’s 5th graders participated in the day.
2010 Photo Gallery
Dare Program Graduation on April 29, 2009, Sgt. Pam Pescheria awarded EGMS fith graders with certificates after completeing the 10 week course.
2010 Photo Gallery