Monday - Friday8:00 a.m. - 5:30 pm.
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.
All media inquiries must be directed to Mark, who are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Mark TechmeyerPublic Information Director303-271-5602 (office) 303-419-3392 (cell) email@example.com
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 LuttrellCommunity Relations Manager303firstname.lastname@example.org
The Digital Communications Manager manages all of the Sheriff's Office's social media platforms; helps draft social media policy; and teaches employees how the Sheriff's Office uses social media for community engagement and how to understand and use it themselves. From public safety messages to more in-depth stories about deputies and civilians, citizens will learn about all aspects of the Sheriff's Office on platforms from Facebook and Twitter to Instagram and LinkedIn.
Dionne WaughDigital Communications Manager303-271-5296 (office)720-215-1055 (cell)email@example.com
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