Category Archives: Public Service Announcements

CORRECTION – Sheriff’s Admin Office Closed April 3rd

OopsThe Sheriff’s Office Admin Office will be closed on Friday, April 3, NOT April 6 as previously tweeted. Our apologies for the misinformation.

Sheriff’s Office Admin Office Closed April 3

The Administration Office of the Gilpin County Sheriff’s Office will be closed on Friday, April 3, 2015 in observance of the Easter Holiday. Happy Easter

CodeRed Test

CodeRed Testing for Gilpin residents on 03/30 @10am. If you haven’t signed up, go to or call 303-582-5214 for assistance. #CodeRed


Daylight Savings TimeSet your clocks ahead one hour before going to sleep this Saturday.  Time changes  at 2 a.m. Sunday morning 3/8/15.

Be Smart – Take Part – Prepare

America's PrepareAthonJoin America’s movement to stay safe in disasters. The first step in being prepared is knowing what hazards you may face. #America’sPrepareAthon


TWITTER BADGE (120x107)The search for #missing person, Zacharia Vasicek, concluded at approximately 11:00 a.m. today when search teams found his body near the #Kingston Peak Trailhead about 9 miles northwest of the city of Black Hawk. According to the Coroner, Mr. Vasicek died from an apparent self inflicted gun shot wound.

Missing Person Search

Zacharia Vasicek

Zacharia Vasicek

The Gilpin County Sheriff’s Office is conducting a search for 27 year old Zacharia Vasicek of Eaton, CO. Zacharia was reported missing on Tuesday, Feb. 10, 2015 and his last known possible destination was Gilpin County. The sheriff’s office is asking for the public’s help. If you have any information regarding Mr. Vasicek, please contact Investigator Jeff Collins at 303-582-1060.


Treat BurnTreat burns by: using “cool” water, not cold; remove clothing/diapers around the injury; cover with clean, loose bandages; seek medical attention. #COReady


Child Safe Zone - 3 Feet

Child Safe Zone – 3 Feet

Watch this FEMA cooking fire safety video for #BurnAwareness info.

https:/ #COReady


Child Hand Scald Injury60% of all scald injuries are suffered by children ages 0-4. Establish a kid-free zone. #COReady.