Sexually Violent Predators (SVP) have become an occasional topic of discussion for Mesa County citizens since the first SVP was reported in January of 2007. As our community grows, the number of SVPs will grow too. The following pages contain identical information disseminated during SVP community notification meetings, during public notification events and are maintained all the time on our County website for access 24/7, in Mesa County to raise awareness in the community and provide tools for citizens to remain informed and make responsible decisions concerning SVPs and all registered sex offenders in the County. There is also a detailed video made with specific information for citizens in Mesa County regarding SVPs and all registered sex offenders in the County.
You can review the community notification meeting requirements, check-out the FAQ page on SVPs, watch a community information video or get more information about all registered sex offenders through the web menu option on your immediate left.
The following SVPs are registered with our agency. Their community bulletin information is maintained and updated to the best of our ability as (only) one way to notify our citizens and the public. However, being a vigilant parent/guardian, reporting suspicious information to local law enforcement, enrolling in sex offender registration update emails and using the registered sex offender countywide website, are all useful tools for keeping yourself informed. Being aware and informed is the best way to prevent becoming a victim of any crime. To report an emergency call 9-1-1, or non-emergency dispatch in Mesa County is (970) 242-6707. For direct questions about the following SVPs or registered sex offenders with our agency, contact (970) 244-3206.
Current SVPs registered with Mesa County Sheriff's Office:
Mark Pagel Community Bulletin
Chad Heiden Community Bulletin
Kevin Gardner Community Bulletin
Daniel Glen Watson Community Bulletin