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Ember Davidson
· January 15, 2018
I am always sticking up for police when people bash them, my grandfather was a sheriff and a very good one. Now that I've lived in Commerce City for almost 5 years, I've learned how useless the cops h...ere are. I live in a corner house and people fly by all of the time and run the stop signs, I have never seen a single person pulled over. My neighbor has called the police on me at least 3 times in the last year because, as the officer put it, she feels paranoid that we are watching her and that my children and I are turning the neighborhood kids against her kids. Then, when my son and a group of kids go over to ask her son to play basketball she calls and reports my son for trespassing. So the police come over harassing us again, threatening my 14 year old with a trespassing ticket. Now her and I have never got along but I didn't know her childish ass would take it to the level of dragging our children in to it. So when I ask the officers what I can do about her using the police to harass me, they say she's not harassing me by having them come to my house every few months. They said she's simply calling with questions and they come over to get my side. I told them not to bother getting my side because she is a nut job and unless I'm breaking the law don't come to me to ask questions because she's a paranoid freak. Now, on top of all of that, my son's bike got stolen from our yard. I purposely bought him the bike online because I didn't want him to have the same Wal-Mart bike as everyone else. Never seen another one like it. So the other day I see a kid riding his bike. When I confront the kid he says he got it from his guy and he'd have to ask his guy. So we go back to his house to talk to his parents and the police and they give a different story about buying it at the swap meet, without any proof of purchase. So, even though I have proof showing that I bought that exact bike, pictures of the bike, including exact damage to the bike and my son was able to tell them that the brakes don't work before even being told so, they won't give my son his bike back. So now on top of these thieving POS people being able to keep the stolen property with nothing but a story, my son gets to see this little punk riding the bike he stole from him around the neighborhood free and clear because the police suck. They even saw how upset my son was, but they don't give a shit. Basically told me, it's possible for a kid to have the same exact bike with the same damage. B.s.! Do your jobs! See More
Brett Farres
· December 19, 2017
Never had contact with this sheriffs office but I could tell you they're just like any other cop, above the law and constantly abusing power.
I regularly see them doing illegal stuff on Washington str...eet, speeding, illegal use of lights and sirens, damn near causing an accident cause they don't want to wait for the light to change. Just watched one do so today, turned on his lights and sirens just to speed about 40 over the limit and run a red light nearly causing an accident. Only to turn them back off about 2 blocks later and continue driving normally. Really doing a great job "protecting" us by endangering civilians speeding for no apparent reason. I hope I never have to deal with this pathetic excuse of "men"! See More
Zach Huck
· December 13, 2017
Don’t call these guys, they are emotionally unstable and will assault you if they have had their feelings hurt. They are here to enforce the laws yet attack people for exercising their amendment right...s. Oh and they use our tax dollars todo so. I can’t believe a deputy thought breaking a mans finger over a rude gesture was appropriate, so my question is what sort of mental evaluations are your officers put through before being handed a badge and a gun. Whatever it is, it is clearly not enough. See More
Heather Coughlin
· February 9, 2018
Like i tell my kids nobody likes to get in trouble kids or adults and i have met a few bad apples in uniform but that comes with every profession and walk of life. Thank you for serving our community ...and keeping my family safe. It's easy to judge from the outside what should or should not be done but im not brave enough to step up and do what you do See More
Kristina Breckel
· January 17, 2018
Haven't been to CO in almost 20 years yet they wrote a parking ticket in Nov 2017 under my maiden name, not my legal name even though the vehicle is registered and titled to someone else and threatene...d to issue a warrant for my arrest if it wasn't paid today, same day as the court date.
They refused to permit the owner her right to dispute the ticket since her name wasnt on the ticket even though she's the sole owner, and was forced to pay it or the Adam's County Sherrif would issue a warrant for my arrest. All this on the same day as a death in the family.
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Bear Cronin
· March 13, 2018
Thank you!!!! Thank you all for what you do but even more for the people you are that made you want to devote your life to make the world a better place. I wish your job was easier. I've ran into some... sheriff's that must have spent to much time working in the jail and ended up with a negative untrusting demeaner. See More
Robin Espinoza
· October 23, 2017
I was hired by Summit Food to work in the kitchen at the Detention facility. I had to go through an integrity interview with a Detective White. He had all the information about my past legal history a...nd told me he would let me know if there was any problem. I was given clearance for 2 months into the facility. So I thought all was good. I get a call from my manager stating I didnt pass the background so I lost my job. This detective knew all about my past history and he should have not allowed me to continue. Now Iam unemployed and have 3 children that count on me. 2 of them our disabled. Its wrong to treat people this way. I will lose my home and car. Thanks Adams County.. See More
Benita East
· February 2, 2018
My Deepest Condolences to you and the Gumm family. I pray that God holds you close during this time of sorrow and that you find peace in the knowledge that you will meet your loved one again. Thank to all who serve to keep us safe from harm and for your courage to stand up for what's right. See More
Gidget Henritze
· February 2, 2018
Adams County saved my life! A few years ago was at the darkest rock bottom of my life. Because of my interaction with law enforcement in Adams County, I had the chance to turn my life astound, in turn..., everyone's life around me and so on. Deputy Gumm's death hits at home. He belonged to the very best. Sending my deepest sympathy to everyone impacted by this fallen Angel. See More
Pam Mendoza
· January 17, 2018
I'm from California where policing is a lot different from Colorado. Till I seen your officers in action. They pick who they want to stop or already have victims they want to pursue. I work on 72nd Pe...cos and myself and coworkers have seen officers bully homeless people at the bus on a daily basis. They park their cars in the Liquor Store parking lot harassing and stopping people coming out of the parking lot. They also sit in the parking lot of Our Place Inn, which is a sports bar. That's called entrapment. Adams County sheriff's department is a joke. Citizens be careful and be aware of your rights. These sheriff's think they have the right to do anything the choose. We as a community we should be heard. Internal Affairs should be contacted. The Department has had 3 deadly shootings in 2 weeks. By the hands of the Sherrifs. They bully the community with their guns and their fool language. Threatening the community with backlash if no one wants to corporate with them. Our community members have video of sheriff's doing unlawful acts, once the officer realizes that he/she is being recorded they yell at you to come to them. They ask you to delete the video and if you choose not to they will take you to jail and "Lie"and say you were disrupting their investigation. They do not want to be caught in the act. We have started a community group to prove that your department is very flawed and we have many videos from homeowners from their own property, people who take public transportation in our community as well as business owners. We are tired of your bullying us and our community. Our group has a meeting with 9news and Fox 31 we will show everything we have, to let everyone know how Adams County police in our community. Every person is not a Crimanal or suspect, we should feel safe where we live, not be afraid.. More people need to speak out!! See More
Luke Danison
· January 19, 2018
Giving a citizen a cracked windshield ticket, while said citizen was pulling into the windshield repair facility, at his given appointment time to have a new windshield installed, a windshield that wa...s damaged due to vandalism, really, great job serving the community, all officers have discretion and I admire the job that is done right most of the time, this was not one of those situations. Lets get it together please, and protect the community, not write a ridiculous, money grab ticket. Look at your reviews, almost as many 1 star reviews as 5 star reviews. Enough said. See More
Max Padilla
· December 22, 2017
I no longer feel safe in Adams county the place where Iive and grew up . It’s not from criminals or bad people it’s from the sheriffs of Adams county. They drive how ever they want using the sirens to... run lights, they speed every where then they have the audacity to give people traffic tickets. I’m afraid to drive anywhere in Adams county because of how I’ve been treated by the officers. these pigs are to stupid to catch real criminals and can only write tickets to people while they are the worst traffic offenders on the road.. I hate you Adams count sheriffs.. one day soon you will be held accountable for your actions and not the taxpayers.. police accountability is they only that I’ll feel safe.. your gang mentality and treating everyone like a criminal has to stop. Writing tickets to keep your job only proves how stupid you are.. catch criminals stop targeting everyone.. See More
Terri Lovato
· August 29, 2017
In our neighborhood we have had drug dealers on a cul de sac down from us. I'm talking cars after cars. We have told Adams county for years nothing has been done about it. About a month ago some kid r...un to our neighbors house asking them to call the sheriff cause someone just pulled a gun out on him. When The sheriffs were asking us neighbors we told them that we have been telling them for years about the drug dealers. Well I do have to say they were on it. Way more sheriffs around watching. Well yesterday morning they set up to catch one of them. They threw down spike strips and all In the neighborhood. The bad guy outsmarted them went threw a neighbors fence and out on to Washington in the middle of traffic. The bad guy got away as the sheriffs did not block off Washington. Putting many life's in danger with all the traffic at 7:45 in the morning. I think a few damaged cop cars being smashed up is easier to deal with then killing innocent people. Come on Adams County plan out your stings better than that. See More
Lorene Roehrich
· January 24, 2018
Not only are some of my teammates Adams County officers, my uncle retired from this fine unit. I know there is always a place and time to improve, but in my experience it’s only been good. Even whe...n I’ve been pulled over. See More
Teresa M. Rossi
· January 26, 2018
There are so many "moving parts" when they get a call for help or given the papers to serve summons or protection orders. There is no specified classes to train them in all areas they face when they d...o protect & serve. Their need to protect outweighs the other, people should reach out for help when life changing events happen and not allow it to build up to assault or something even worse, like taking another's life. More citizens should respect the badge and teach the kids to do the same. 💝 Perhaps show common courtesy or common sense. See More
Kevin L. Koepp
· January 26, 2018
Adams County has some of the best Deputies around. In 1994 I was in an apartment fire and they laid their lives on the line to save myself and the others before the fire department got there!!!
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Travis McGleno
· January 29, 2018
Who gets a ticket for a broken windshield when theyre practically at the repair shop (or a few hundred feet, big whoop)

typical sack of shit robot cops who think their shit don't stink....

I wonder how they would feel if the tables were turned, and if they said "they wouldn't care" theyre lying.

You can't get more petty than this.
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Roy VanWey
· February 15, 2018
Law Enforcement officers are domestic terrorists and traitors to the constitution. They only enforce law and do not protect the people. They have become the blue brotherhood, a gang for cowards and garbage that undermine the freedoms Americans are suppose to enjoy. See More
Britt Kreutzer
· August 2, 2017
To the Sheriff that frequently visits the Brighton Subway by Safeway tonight, I apologize my family took so long to get meals and you got called out. You were great with my kids and we wanted to buy y...our dinner. Please contact me so we can still do so! See More
Robert Bauderer
· January 25, 2018
To all these people complaining about the Police and Sheriffs Deputies, ... how about trying to live like a normal human being, stop breaking the laws and pushing the limits, and adjust to society?
I ...had trouble when I was younger, ... MUCH younger, ... but i NEVER EVER blamed the Police. It was MY fault and I took what I deserved with dignity, grace and humility. Then I CHANGED MY LIFE! How about trying that instead of whining so damn much!!!!
These Deputies do a GREAT job, ... are very amiable, and also give you a LOT of breaks.
Thank You AdCoSheriff for all you do!
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We had some visitors this afternoon! Girl Scouts of Colorado Troop 66777 stopped by our headquarters today to drop off some Girl Scout cookies! This is part of their hometown heroes program where they learn about community service. We appreciate their support of law enforcement!

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We are tagging along with the great volunteers of The Senior Hub, Inc. This is a chance for our agency to not only connect with our community but also raise awareness about seniors facing hunger in Adams County. #marchformeals #acsoproud

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We had a great time at the 45th Annual Colorado Peace Officers Ski & Snowboard Race in Vail! This year the event raised nearly $3,000! All proceeds from the race on Friday went to the Douglas County Fallen Officer Fund. We are proud to say that our snowboard team took first place along with our ski team taking second. #acsoproud

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Westminster Elks Award Law Enforcement Officer of the Year Posthumously

On Tuesday Night, the Westminster Elks BPOE 2227 posthumously awarded Deputy Health Gumm, Law Enforcement Officer of the Year. The award was accepted by Heath’s parents Jim and Becky Gumm and Sheriff Michael McIntosh. The Elks will make a donation of $250.00 to Children’s Hospital Colorado in Deputy Gumm’s name. The Adams County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the Elks for their recognition of Heath Gumm and their continued support.

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On February 28, 2018, Deputies Terry and Maez were doing an eviction.Unfortunately, the family didn’t have a lot. There were four children living in the residence ages 11, 7, and two 3 year old's. Deputy Terry noticed that the children were not wearing any shoes. Deputy Terry called Deputy Ramirez to assist. Once on scene Deputy Terry gave his personal credit card to Deputy Ramirez to purchase shoes. While Deputy Ramirez was purchasing shoes, Deputy Maez purchased McDonald's ...for the children and their parents.

By the time the deputies left the home, all four children had brand new shoes and a warm meal. Unfortunately the family had to leave their personal belongings behind, since there was nowhere for them to store it. This is just another example of the selfless acts our deputies do day in and day out.

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Heather Tharp, the widow of fallen Weld County Deputy Sheriff Sam Brownlee and Manager for Fallen Hero Plates- Colorado presented a check to Sheriff McIntosh on Monday for Deputy Gumm’s Family. This money was raised by Huston Graphics & Printing, the Windsor based company that produced t-shirts in honor of Deputy Heath Gumm and Deputy Zach Parrish.

The fallen hero fundraiser sold to 2,000 t-shirts, raising thousands of dollars that will be given to each family.

Huston Graphic...s and Printing says, “This result is the culmination of a community-driven effort, and we are grateful for EVERYONE who has been a part of this endeavor! From the main sponsors - Full Otto Tactical and Colorado C.O.P.S. - to everyone who bought a shirt - to everyone one who volunteered to help fold, sort, and pack orders - to everyone who shared the link and spread awareness - to the list of additional sponsors below …. THANK YOU!! We are truly humbled by your response to honor these two fallen heroes and it's a fantastic testament to the spirit of this amazing community! THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!”

On behalf of Sheriff Michael McIntosh and the employees of the Adams County Sheriff's Office, we want to thank everyone who purchased a shirt from Huston Graphics & Printing.

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On Sunday, Sr. Deputy Jason Ehrhardt and his wife Kelli secured the Grizzly Rose for the first Bags for the Blue Cornhole Tournament. A total of 78 teams signed up to play at the event along with raising money through a silent auction for Deputy Gumm’s Family.

They want to thank everyone who came out and played for a cause. This event was a huge success. The Ehrhardt's efforts raised over $32,000.00 for the Gumm family. We also want to thank the Grizzly Rose for allowing us to use their amazing venue.

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Adams County is home to Singh Sabha, Denver’s temple for Sikhism religion. Today, several of their community members attended Grizzly Rose’s Bags for the Blue cornhole tournament to present Deputy Gumm's family with a $5,000.00 check.

We are so thankful for our community and their continued support. Sikhism is the fifth-largest world religion, formed around universal brotherhood, unconditional love for humanity and unconditional service for humanity.

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In May of 1997 a group of 18 cyclists left Florham Park, NJ on a four day bicycle ride to Washington, D.C. They rode to honor the memories of fallen officers and raised $18,000 for the National Law Enforcement Memorial. On the twenty-first annual ride, over 2000 cyclists and support members of the Police Unity Tour converged on Washington D.C. culminating in a donation of over 2.6 million dollars to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund for the 2017 event. The ...Police Unity Tour’s total contribution to the Fund has risen to nearly 23 Million dollars.

Since 2006, members of the Colorado Law Enforcement community have joined the Police Unity Tour to remember fallen Friends and Law Enforcement Heroes from Colorado. Help us to preserve their memory at the National Law Enforcement Memorial and to build the Museum in honor of all Law Enforcement Heroes.

Please join us this evening as all proceeds go to benefit The Police Unity Tour- Team Colorado.

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What a great turn out! Thank you Larry Thompson Jr. for organizing the Back the Blue Cruise! We are grateful for the support and the pending donation for the Gumm Family!

All the money raised will be divided among the fallen deputies' families.

BRIGHTON, Colo. -- Hundreds of car enthusiasts gathered in Brighton Sunday for the Back the Blue Cruise, to raise money for Colorado's three law enforcement officers who've been shot and killed in the line of duty in the last three months. Douglas County Sheriff's Deputy Zackari Parrish was killed o...