The Grand County Sheriff's Office Detention Facility is responsible and entrusted with the care and safekeeping of all prisoners, both sentenced and those awaiting trial, that are incarcerated in the facility. The jail has 50 adult beds.
All inmates are issued an inmate handbook upon entering the facility that details inmates rights and responsibilities.
Now Hiring Detention Deputies
Detentions Deputies work 12 hour shifts for a total of seven days in a two week period which allows you to enjoy three days off one week and four days off the next to take part in all of the recreational opportunities that Grand County has to offer. We cover the clock 24 hours a day with 12 hour shifts. Time and a half overtime is paid for all hours worked over 80. All uniforms and equipment are provided. There are frequent overtime shifts available as well as opportunities to do out-of-state extraditions and in-state transports of inmates. For those interested in career advancement, Detentions Deputies have numerous opportunities including becoming an agency instructor in fields like firearms and arrest control as well as the opportunity to apply for the Patrol Division after working 24 months in the Jail and if selected, attend an in-state police academy to obtain a POST certification and work in the Patrol Division of the Sheriff’s Office.
Call 970-725-3343 for questions or email your application to email@example.com.
|Day||Type of Inmate||Times|
|Wednesday||Males||7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.|
|Females||9:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.|
|Saturday / Sunday||Males||10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. / 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.|
|Females||9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. / 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.|
Please Call to make a reservation 970-725-3343 ext. 3 to speak to a Detention Deputy.
- Inmates are allowed one 30 minute visit on each visiting day.
- All visitors must be 18 years of age unless accompanied by an adult or visiting a parent.
- All visitors must have a picture ID and be cleared for warrants through the detention deputy on duty.
- Visitation reservations are required. Please call the Jail to reserve your time.
- You may bring in cash for an inmate.
Mail must be sent through the U.S. Postal Service. It will not be accepted if it is hand-delivered. Mail should be addressed to the inmate and sent to:
Grand County Jail , P.O. Box 48 , Hot Sulphur Springs, CO 80451
- Name and return address should be on all incoming envelopes.
- Do not send cash - Use money order or cashier's check only.
Inmate Phone Calls
- Inmates have collect-call phones in their cell blocks.
- Inmates may purchase a $5, $10, or $20 phone card from the facility commissary.
- Messages will only be delivered to an inmate in a verifiable emergency.
A bond, designed to ensure an individual's appearance in court, is set according to a court-approved schedule. The amount of the bond is what it will take to release an individual from jail.
To determine an inmate's bond type and amount please call 970-725-3343 and select or ask for the jail. For information on the return of bond funds contact the Grand County Courts at 970-725-3357.
NOTE: Once funds are deposited on an inmate’s account, the funds become the property of the inmate. No money is returned to the depositor unless the funds are released to an individual by the inmate.
The Grand County Sheriff's Office charges a $10 filing fee (cash only) for each bond.
In addition, the Grand County Sheriff's Office charges a $30 booking fee.
To arrange for bonding online, please call the jail at 970-725-3343 and we will assist you in making these payments remotely
Most funds are available immediately, however, depending on your bank, some funds may take a couple days to become available. Fees do apply.
These services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Requires the full amount of bond in cashier’s check (made payable to Grand County Sheriff’s Office), or cash, which the court will return once court appearances are completed.
Bond may be posted through the service of any state-licensed bondsman, who may require a co-signer and/or collateral to secure the bond. Staff members will not recommend a bondsman.
Personal Recognizance Bond
The judge may grant a personal recognizance (PR) bond. This is a signature bond involving no money or property as long as the individual appears at all future court dates. Individuals will be released on their own signature, which acts as a promise to appear in court.