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The Patrol Division is commanded by Captain Mike Loberg, whose primary responsibility is to provide general management, direction and supervision to the division.

The Patrol Division's mission is public safety.  We are committed to working with our community to develop and maintain a safe atmosphere in which we can live, work, play, and raise our families.  To accomplish our mission we will be data driven, technology based, and engage the community in the problem solving process.

Larimer county is 2,640 square miles and is comprised of both urban and rural mountainous areas.  Due to the unique location and size of the county, providing law enforcement services is a challenging endeavor.  The law enforcement jurisdiction is broken down into seven Areas.  Areas 1 through 5 are known as our "Valley Patrol" due to the fact they are comprised of the urban areas of the county to include the cities of Fort Collins and Loveland.  Our Mountain Squad is made up of Areas 6 and 7, which constitutes the majority of our rural mountainous areas.  Area 6 covers the Estes Valley and operates out of a satellite office, while Area 7 covers the Red Feather, Livermore, and Glacier View areas.  The Patrol Division is also tasked with providing contracted law enforcement services to the citizens of the Towns of Wellington and Berthoud.

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LexisNexis® Community Crime Map connects law enforcement with the community to reduce crime and improve public safety. Crime mapping helps the public get a better idea of the crime activity in their area so they can make more informed decisions about how to stay safe.

Community Crime Map goes beyond crime mapping by automatically alerting the public about recent crime activity and by improving communication between the public and law enforcement through anonymous tips. Community Crime Map empowers the public to make better decisions about crime by putting the same technology used by law enforcement to analyze and interpret crime activity into the hands of the public.
 

The Town of Berthoud contracts with the Larimer County Sheriff's Office for law enforcement services. The contract provides for one sergeant, one corporal, and four deputies to provide patrol services for the town with support from all other divisions of the Sheriff's Office. Two additional deputies are assigned as School Resource Officers at the high school and middle school. When deputies assigned to the town are not on duty or need additional deputies to respond to calls for service, deputies respond from other areas in the southern portion of the county.

Deputies assigned to Berthoud focus on providing a community oriented police presence within the town.  Deputies are responsible for traffic enforcement, criminal law enforcement, and provide limited animal control duties when the town's Code Enforcement Officer is unavailable.  They enforce Berthoud's Municipal Ordinances in addition to applicable county, state, and federal laws.

Deputies in Berthoud conduct their patrol duties using marked patrol cars, bicycles, and foot patrols.  Deputies assist the School Resource Officers in handling safety programs and criminal activity at the schools located in Berthoud in addition to attending school activities.  Deputies assigned to Berthoud, along with Reserve Deputies, Explorer Scouts, and Citizen Volunteers, work with the schools, town staff, business owners, and other citizen groups to identify the needs of the community and respond to those needs.  The Sheriff's Office participates in community activities including Berthoud Day, Independence Day activities, and the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Days.

 

Contact Us

 

Sgt. Jim Anderson
andersjr@co.larimer.co.us
Berthoud Town Hall, 807 Mountain Avenue

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The Town of Wellington contracts with the Larimer County Sheriff's Office for law enforcement services. The contract provides for one sergeant, one corporal, and seven patrol deputies to provide patrol services for the town with support from all other divisions of the Sheriff's Office. A desk deputy is assigned at the Wellington Town Hall Annex to provide walk-in services Monday through Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.  One deputy is assigned as the School Resource Officer at Wellington Middle School. When deputies assigned to the town are not on duty or need additional deputies to respond to calls for service, deputies respond from other areas in the northern portion of the county.

Deputies assigned to Wellington focus on providing a community oriented police presence within the town.  Deputies are responsible for traffic enforcement, criminal law enforcement, and provide limited animal control duties when the town's Code Enforcement Officer is unavailable.  They enforce Wellington's Municipal Ordinances in addition to applicable county, state and federal laws.

Deputies in Wellington conduct their patrol duties using marked patrol cars, bicycles, and foot patrols.  Deputies assist the School Resource Officer in handling safety programs and criminal activity at the three schools located in Wellington in addition to attending school activities.  Deputies assigned to Wellington, along with Reserve Deputies, Explorer Scouts, and Citizen Volunteers work with the schools, town staff, business owners, the Boys and Girls Club, and other citizen groups to identify the needs of the community and respond to those needs.  The Sheriff's Office participates in community activities including SALT (Seniors and Law Enforcement Together), Relay for Life, Wellington Middle School Eagle Fit Biathlon, Rice/Eyestone 5K, Christmas Parade, Independence Day activities, Harvest Day, Town Easter Egg Hunt, and National Prescription Drug Take-Back Days.

 

Contact Us

 

Michael Rairdon
Patrol Sergeant, Wellington Squad / SRO Program Supervisor
Larimer County Sheriff's Office
970-498-5307
rairdoma@co.larimer.co.us

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The Larimer County Sheriff's Office Communications Center is one of five Public Safety Answering Points in Larimer County. The Communications Center answers both emergency and non-emergency calls and is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The unit consists of 19 Emergency Communications Operators including four supervisors, and two to four operators are on duty at any one time.  Dispatch

The Sheriff's Office dispatches deputies to unincorporated Larimer County, the Town of Wellington, and the Town of Berthoud. Dispatching services are also provided to Timnath Police Department, LCSO Emergency Services (wildland fire), Larimer County Search and Rescue, Larimer County Dive Rescue, Larimer County Parks, State Parks, and numerous volunteer fire and ambulance departments.

The Sheriff's Office Emergency Communications Operators are trained in a 26 week, on-the-job training program, as well as in Emergency Medical Dispatch, in order to obtain national certification. During this training, the operators are trained on Tiburon Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system, state CCIC/NCIC system, VIPER phone system, NICE recording system, and Motorola touch screen 800MHz and VHF radio system. There are also many other resources and programs used within the Communications Center in order to best assist the citizens we serve.Dispatch

Each dispatch console is equipped with five computer monitors, two keyboards, one ten-key Genovation keypad for the VIPER system, and three mice. The dispatchers manage 30 phone lines, 10 of which are emergency 911 lines, as well as monitoring 51 radio talk groups, actively dispatching on 16 of them.  The operators become very skilled at multi-tasking and being aware of what their co-workers are handling, as well as keeping track of what deputies and other field responders are doing.