Prevention

The Mesa County Sheriff's Office encourages community members to learn more about ways to prevent crime. Click on the links below to learn more about each topic. 

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9PM Routine, Remove valuables, Lock up, Leave on Lights

9 PM RoutineThe 9PM Routine aims to raise awareness about how community members can help to protect their home and property from theft and burglaries. Every night at 9:00 p.m., the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office encourages the community to lock up your car and home, turn on lights and bring in valuables to reduce the likelihood of falling victim to property crimes. Learn more. 



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Camera Registry: Use your home security system to help fight crime! Let the Mesa County Sheriff's Office know you have a video security system. If a crime or incident occurs in your area, we will then be able to contact you to see if your camera caught anything that can help us in the investigation. Thank you for partnering with us to create safer neighborhoods. Learn more.

Home Safety: Learn how to protect your home, car, and property from intruders, and thieves. Learn more.

Vacation Home Checks: Going on vacation? Submit a request for a patrol car to drive by your property while you are gone. Learn more 

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Common Scams: Scammers are masterful at tricking people out of their hard-earned money. The best defense against a scam is knowing about it. View the most common scams reported in Mesa County and information about how to spot them before you fall victim.