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    Sheriff's Office Media Contacts


    Monday - Friday
    8:00 a.m. - 5:30 pm.

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    200 Jefferson County Parkway
    Golden, CO 80401

    Sheriff's Office Public Information Director

    Jacki Kelley

    Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer

    Mark Techmeyer

    Sheriff's Office Community Outreach Manager

    Amber Luttrell

    Digital Communications Manager

    Dionne Waugh

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  • Sheriff’s Office Public Affairs

    Jefferson County's large population and proximity to a major city make it an eventful place. Public Affairs fosters cooperation and mutual respect between the Sheriff's Office and the media, maintains a robust community relations program, and keeps internal and external audiences informed on issues of interest.

    The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Public Affairs collectively provides more than 40 years of public affairs experience and has been recognized for their involvement in the Platte Canyon High School shootings, Deer Creek Middle School shootings, Democratic National Convention, Windsor tornado, Alamosa salmonella contamination, Youth With a Mission shootings, the Lower North Fork Fire, Aurora Theater shootings and Jessica Ridgeway's kidnap/murder.

    Public Information

    All media inquiries must be directed to Jacki or Mark, who are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

    Jacki Kelley
    Public Information Director
    303-271-5697 (office)
    303-435-1421 (cell)

    Mark Techmeyer
    Public Information Officer
    303-271-5602 (office)
    303-419-3392 (cell)

    Community Relations

    Using a variety of traditional and non-traditional communications tools, the Community Relations Manager works closely with others throughout the agency to communicate important information to the public.  Using community groups such as the Citizen's Advisory Council, the Community Relations Manager also relays information back to the Sheriff's Office.

    Amber Luttrell
    Community Relations Manager

    Social Media

    Dionne Waugh
    Digital Communications Manager

    Crime Prevention

    Crime Prevention deputies are assigned to educate the public on ways to prevent crime in neighborhoods.  The deputies work with the crime analyst, patrol deputies and Public Affairs to gather and disseminate information for residents, business owners and homeowner associates in unincorporated Jefferson County.  The Crime Prevention Deputies are available to attend community meetings and events to educate on various timely topics and address safety concerns.  

    Gordon Neuenfeldt
    Crime Prevention Deputy


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