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Mesa County Public Health has the latest information related to COVID-19.
Please visit Mesa County Public Health’s website. You can also call the information hotline at (970) 683-2300.
Sheriff's Office Operations
We want to assure our community the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office will remain open and operational at the fullest extent possible. As a precaution to help stop the spread and prevent unnecessary possible exposure to COVID-19, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office has implemented enhanced safety measures.
If you have an emergency, call 911. Emergency services have not been impacted.
Records / Civil Lobby OPEN
The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office Records Lobby is now operating during normal business hours 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday excluding holidays.
For your safety, please adhere to the following public health recommendations:
- If you are sick, experiencing symptoms such as a fever, cough or shortness of breath or have been exposed to COVID-19, please schedule your visit for a later date.
- Please observe physical distances while in the waiting room. Keep at least 6 feet away from others. Wearing a non-medical cloth mask or face covering is encouraged.
- Please wait until you are called before approaching the counter. If the waiting room is full, please wait until someone exits before entering.
- Due to the physical contact involved in the fingerprinting process, a non-medical cloth mask or face covering must be worn. You will also be asked to wash your hands as part of the normal fingerprinting process.
The Civil Unit is open following direction from 21st Judicial District Court.
Hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday-Friday excluding holidays.
Records and Civil staff is also available by phone (970) 244-3500 during normal business hours.
You can report a non-emergency crime online by clicking here.
- Criminal Mischief (Vandalism)
- Identity Theft / Fraud
- Lost Property
- Noise Complaint
- Suspicious Activity
- Traffic Complaint
Mesa County Detention Facility
The Mesa County Detention Facility (MCDF) has modified operations as a precaution due to COVID-19. Our priority remains focused on the health and safety of staff, inmates and volunteers while they are in our care.
- Access to the facility is limited to staff and essential personnel.
- All non-essential volunteer programs have been suspended.
- In-person video visitation has been suspended, off-site video visitation (still available)
How to set up an Off-site Video Visitation
We understand the hardship this creates for families wishing to stay in contact with their loved-ones in jail. As a result, we have waived any fees associated with off-site video visitation. In order to maintain social distancing recommendations, in-person video visitation has been suspended for the general public. Attorneys will now use the service to meet with clients instead of entering the facility for in-person visits.
To set up off-site video visitation go to ICSolutions, or call (888) 646-9437.
***Eligible inmates can receive one free off-site video visitation per week ***
Click Here for More Instructions
How to Stay in contact with an inmate:
Click each option for instructions on how to set up service.
Detention Lobby OPEN
The Detention Lobby will remain open to facilitate the release of inmates and attorney-client video visits. The public is encouraged to use online services for inmate fund deposits.
More information can be viewed here
Commissary: Access Corrections https://www.accesscorrections.com/ 1-866-345-1884
Phone: Inmate Calling Solutions (ICS) https://www.icsolutions.com/ 1-888-506-8407
Tablet and Email: Telmate https://www.telmate.com/ 1-866-516-0115
Do inmates have access to Medical Services?
Mesa County Detention Facility has medical staff on-site 24/7. Both medical staff and the Sheriff’s Office are coordinating with Mesa County Public Health on COVID-19.
How is MCDF screening for COVID-19?
Before entering the Mesa County Detention Facility all inmates are screened by on site medical staff as part of the booking process. This is normal procedure. If anyone has symptoms or is believed to have been exposed, they will be isolated from the general population until they can be evaluated further by medical staff per Mesa County Public Health procedures to include getting tested for COVID-19.
Do inmates have access to soap and cleaning supplies?
Inmates do have access to soap and water for handwashing. Inmates and all staff members also have access to cleaning products to disinfect common areas as needed and for inmates who want/need to clean their personal living spaces. The facility is also cleaned regularly to help with prevention.
Do inmates have access to masks?
All inmates housed in the Mesa County Detention Facility are issued two cloth masks that are laundered regularly in accordance with Mesa County Public Health recommendations. Inmates in booking will be issued two cloth masks once they are assigned housing. Wearing a cloth mask is voluntary for inmates who are not experiencing symptoms or have not been exposed to COVID-19. Any inmate experiencing symptoms or has been exposed to COVID-19 is immediately isolated from the general population until they can be evaluated further by medical staff per Mesa County Public Health procedures to include getting tested for COVID-19.
How many positive COVID-19 cases have there been in the MCDF?
The Mesa County Detention Facility (MCDF) has had zero cases of COVID-19. The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office has had zero cases of COVD-19 among staff.
How can I stay in contact with an inmate in MCDF?
We want to remind the public you can stay in contact with inmates a number of ways: By mail, phone, email and off-site video visitation. In person video visitation is no longer available, however we are encouraging people to sign up for off-site video visitation. More information on how to sign up for any of these services can be found here.
Thank you for your cooperation while we work together to prevent unnecessary possible exposure to COVID-19 or any other illnesses.