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The Summit County Sheriff's Office has served Summit County since 1861.

The Summit County Sheriff's Office is comprised of five divisions: Animal Control, Emergency Management, Detentions, Operations and Support Services, all overseen by Sheriff Jaime FitzSimons.

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Featured Presentation: Let's Talk Fentanyl

In case you missed the presentation from Summit County Public Health and Sheriff Jaime FitzSimons on the Fentanyl crisis, please click here.

Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI)

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office will request that the Colorado Bureau of Investigation investigate any and all incidents involving the discharge of a firearm by a Deputy that results in injury or death per Statute 16-2.5-301

Federal 1033 Program

We are currently enrolled in the Federal 1033 Program, which allows local law enforcement agencies to receive excess Department of Defense (DoD) property that might otherwise not be utilized. Certain types of this equipment is categorized as “controlled” property, which includes items such as small arms/personal weapons, demilitarized vehicles and aircraft, and night-vision equipment. Controlled property always remains the property of and is accountable to the DoD. Some of the items we may request could include ammunition, night vision, armored and tactical vehicles, command and control vehicles, riot protection gear (batons/helmets/shields), breaching apparatus, robots, and small arms. Please note this notice does not ensure acquisition of stated property, as all property is on a first come basis with all participating law enforcement agencies in 49 states and four U.S. territories. When a law enforcement agency no longer wants the controlled property, it must be returned to the federal agency for proper disposition. We welcome and are required to seek the input of our communities where controlled property could be used. For inquiries into the program please visit: CDPS 1033 Program

Programa Federal 1033

Actualmente estamos inscritos en el Programa Federal 1033, que permite que las agencias locales encargadas de hacer cumplir la ley reciban bienes excedentes del Departamento de Defensa (DoD) que de otro modo no se utilizarían. Ciertos tipos de este equipo se clasifican como propiedad "controlada", que incluye artículos como armas pequeñas/armas personales, vehículos y aeronaves desmilitarizados y equipos de visión nocturna. La propiedad controlada siempre sigue siendo propiedad del DoD y es responsable ante él. Algunos de los artículos que podemos solicitar podrían incluir municiones, visión nocturna, vehículos blindados y tácticos, vehículos de comando y control, equipo de protección antidisturbios (bastones/cascos/escudos), aparatos de ruptura, robots y armas pequeñas. Tenga en cuenta que este aviso no garantiza la adquisición de la propiedad indicada, ya que todas las propiedades se otorgan por orden de llegada con todas las agencias policiales participantes en 49 estados y cuatro territorios de EE. UU. Cuando una agencia de aplicación de la ley ya no quiere la propiedad controlada, debe devolverse a la agencia federal para su disposición adecuada. Damos la bienvenida y estamos obligados a buscar la opinión de nuestras comunidades donde se podría usar la propiedad controlada. Para consultas sobre el programa, visite: Programa CDPS 1033.

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P.O. Box 210
501 North Park Ave.
Breckenridge, CO 80424-0210
Ph: (970) 453-2232
Fx: (970) 423-8894
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(970) 668-8600
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