Important Notice of Temporary Closures & Program Changes at ASD:

The continued health and safety of our staff, clients, and the public is our highest priority.  During this time, the following temporary Closures and Program Changes are in place for Alternative Sentencing (ASD):

***Updated 9/13/2020 at 9:25 am***

1.  Changes to Pretrial Services:  Due to COVID-19, Pretrial Services Supervision Unit is limiting walk-in traffic into the office.  Visit the Pretrial Services Supervision - First Contact on ways to report or call (970) 980-2600, option 6, to speak with a Pretrial staff member and discuss next steps.


2.  Changes to Work Release:  The Work Release program is open. Please visit the Work Release webpage for more information.


3.  Changes to Community Service:  The Community Service program is open.  Please visit the Community Service webpage for more information.


4.  Changes to Work Crews:  The Workender and Midweek programs are open.   Please visit the Midweeks and Workenders webpage for more information.  


5.  Closure of All Voluntarily-Attended Programs (including Volunteers & Interns working in Voluntarily-Attended Programs):  Volunteers and Interns should not report during this time.  Please continue to check this webpage weekly for any updates.s.


6.  The Day Reporting Center is open. Please visit the DRC webpage for more information.


**Please continue to check this webpage for updates on closures and dates of reopening** 

CJS Response to COVID-19

For information on Criminal Justice Services' COVID-19 status and steps taken, please visit our Response to COVID-19 webpage.

  • Alternative Sentencing programs cost an estimated $40 a day per person, whereas incarceration at the County Jail is estimated at $118 a day per person.
  • In 2017, the Workender and Midweek work crews completed nearly 38,000 hours of service to 501c3 non-profit and tax-supported agencies in Larimer County, saving the community over $353,000 in labor costs.
  • For the Community Service program in 2016, offenders performed 116,820 hours of court-ordered service in Larimer County, saving the community over $970,000 in labor costs.

Our program coordinates services for victims of CJSD-supervised offenders.  One of the most common services is notification of offender status/critical stage changes for victims who have enrolled in our notification program.  Victim Services will also facilitate opportunities for victims to provide input to the screening process for offenders considered for acceptance into Community Corrections.  Additionally, our program assists in meeting the needs of offenders who are victims of a separate crime.  Our Victim Services program provides counseling, support, advocacy and information to victims, as well as any needed referrals for outside services.  Visit our Victim Services page for more information.

For information on the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA), ASD's commitment to zero tolerance of harassment and abuse, and options for reporting incidents/concerns, please visit our PREA Information & Reporting page.

Annual Reports:


Contact Alternative Sentencing Department

Address 2307 Midpoint Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80525
Main (970) 980-2600
Pretrial Supervision - Case Managers (970) 980-2600, option 6
Pretrial Jail Intake (970) 498-7550
Work Release (970) 980-2640
Electronic Home Detention (970) 980-2680
Workenders (970) 980-2652
Midweeks (970) 980-2651
Community Service (970) 980-2600, option 3
Jill Fox, Department Director (970) 980-2670
Per the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Larimer County will provide a reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with a disability who need assistance, unless doing so would impose an undue hardship to the County or fundamentally alter services.  Services can be arranged with at least seven (7) business days’ notice.  Please email or call (970) 980-2679 or Relay Colorado 711.  “Walk-in” requests for auxiliary aids and services will be honored to the extent possible but may be unavailable if advance notice is not provided.