Mesa County Sheriff's Office
The Sheriff's Office responds to 911 calls, conducts criminal investigations, operates the Mesa County Detention Facility, provides security at the Mesa County Justice Center, search and rescue operations, emergency management, and wildland firefighting.
A message from Sheriff Todd Rowell
Mesa County is a beautiful place to live, visit, recreate, and raise a family. Whether you live here or are visiting and taking advantage of the abundant outdoor activities we enjoy daily, my staff and I welcome you. I encourage you to navigate our website and learn about the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office and the men and women working hard each day to keep this community safe. I hope you find the information contained here helpful and informative.
The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for public safety in the 3,300 square miles of Mesa County. Not only do we respond to 911 calls and conduct criminal investigations, our other duties include operating the Mesa County Detention Facility, providing security at the Mesa County Justice Center, search and rescue operations, emergency management, and wildland firefighting. These services are provided by over 250 dedicated employees and more than 350 committed volunteers.
The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office routinely collaborates with and supports other law enforcement organizations, community groups, schools, and businesses to identify and provide public safety solutions for our residents and visitors. It is our privilege to serve, protect our residents' rights, and provide the highest level of professional service possible.
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