Important Notice for Pretrial Services

The continued health and safety of our staff, clients, and the public is our highest priority.  Due to COVID-19, the Pretrial Services Supervision Unit is limiting walk-in traffic into the office. 


Please visit the Pretrial Supervision - First Contact webpage for information on reporting to Pretrial. 


If you already have a Pretrial Supervision case manager assigned to your case, you may contact your case manager directly.  For your case manager's phone number and email address, please see the FAQ section below:  "Where can I get my case manager's contact information?"

Pretrial Services

A Larimer County program that provides the court with information to determine the level of pretrial release supervision & bond conditions for defendants.


  1. Your supervision under Pretrial Services will start when you have posted bond or are ordered by the court to Pretrial Supervision.  You must report to Pretrial Supervision immediately and within 24 hours of posting bond.  If you released from the Jail after business hours, you must report the following day.   Please visit our Pretrial Supervision - First Contact webpage.

  2. Depending on your level of supervision, the fees are as follows:
    • $10.00 for Administrative and Standard supervision levels
    • $20.00 for any level of supervision with substance monitoring
    • $20.00 for Enhanced or Intensive supervision levels

    Cash, checks, credit and debit cards are accepted.  Payments can be made over the phone, mailed or in-person at 2307 Midpoint Drive, Fort Collins, CO 80525.

  3. Tracy Bullington (970) 498-7549
    Alex Carsrud (970) 498-7513
    Chris Colin (970) 619-4378
    Rebekah Dare (970) 498-7546
    Katie Evans (970) 619-4381
    Justin Grott (970) 498-7502
    Hilery Mesloh (Supervision Lead) (970) 498-7537
    April Moore (Supervision Lead) (970) 498-7543
    Steve Nichols (970) 498-7522
    Kathy Ruiz (Spanish) (970) 498-7539
    Brody Wians (970) 980-2655


  4. Yes.  You may contact the front desk at (970) 980-2600, option 6, and ask to speak to an available Pretrial case manager. 

  5. You will need to call (970) 498-7555.  Leave your full name, spelling of your last name, date of birth, and next court date.  If you forget to make your weekly check-in call, you can call the next day to excuse your missed call.

  6. You will need to call (970) 295-4762.  You will also need your personal client identification number.

  7. You will need to contact your case manager to obtain a travel memorandum.

  8. You will need to contact the Larimer County Jail

  9. Booking fees can be paid at the Larimer County Jail

  10. You will need to contact the Public Defender's Office at (970) 493-1212.

  11. Contact the court as soon as possible to avoid a warrant being issued for your arrest. If you have a bondsman, you should also contact them of your missed court date.

  12. Visit the Discovery webpage.

  13. A Pretrial Supervision Information Sheet in Spanish is available (información en español).

    If you do not speak English, you must bring an interpreter with you to your interview.  A Spanish speaking case manager may, or may not, be available.

    (Si hablas español, por favor de traer un interprete cuando venga a entrevista.  Un administrador de casos que habla español puede o no estar disponible.)

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Contact Pretrial Services

Fort Collins Pretrial
Phone:  (970) 980-2600, option 6
Fax: (970) 980-2610
Open 7 days per week, 9AM - 5PM, excluding major holidays.
Loveland Pretrial
Address: 810 E.10th Street, Loveland, CO 80537 - East Entrance, Suite 140
Phone:  (970) 619-4700, option 2
Fax: (970) 619-4374
Open Monday - Friday, 8AM - 4PM, excluding major holidays.
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.