Support Services Division
Colorado State Law mandates that all Sheriff's Offices within the State must maintain a Civil Unit. The Civil Unit is responsible for the service of all civil papers received by the Sheriff's Office. The Civil Unit also executes all court orders involving civil process issued by the Courts, to include the collection of money and/or seizure of property, as prescribed by law.
The Unit collects any and all required fees and keep/send accurate returns to the courts of this County, as well as to all other courts in the United States. They are also responsible for arranging/conducting Sheriff's Sales and making due return to the court in accordance with the law.
The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Training Section strives to prepare deputies for service to the community through a comprehensive, cooperative, efficient and effective training program. This is accomplished using modern training methods, technology, equipment and sites. We operate a Colorado P.O.S.T. approved Basic Law Enforcement Academy and Reserve Academy, as well as providing annual in-service training to deputies and civilian personnel. These programs plus the additional advanced, specialized, and hosted training that the section has oversight of, equates to an annual average commitment of 60,000 man hours of training.
The El Paso County Sheriff's Office Budget and Finance Unit is comprised of four major functional areas: Accounting/Finance; Budget; Payroll and Grants Management, which, in conjunction with each other, provide overall quality and integrity of the Sheriff’s Office financial management and control system.
The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Fleet Services section services and maintains 300 + vehicles currently assigned to the Sheriff’s Office fleet. The vehicles serviced include small trailers and patrol vehicles thru large specialty vehicles such as SWAT’s Lenco Bear, and the Sheriff’s Office Mobile Command Posts. The scope of work performed at Fleet ranges from routine scheduled maintenance, minor and major repairs to preparing new vehicles for service. Fleet personnel are responsible for the installation of light bars, police radios, radars, mobile data computers and installation of all other equipment prior to the vehicle being placed into service. They are also responsible for the decommissioning of units at their end of useful service life.
The healthcare staff at the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Justice Center (CJC) provide emergency, preventive, and chronic care for all inmates regardless of legal custody status. Also, care is provided regardless of the ability to pay a co-pay fee allowed by Colorado Revised Statute.