Law Enforcement Records Personnel Recognized

This week, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is recognizing and honoring the dedicated professionals of the Records division. 

Mesa County Sheriff’s Office Records personnel play a crucial role in the criminal justice system assisting law enforcement and providing the public with vital services. 

Governor Polis declared November 8, 2021, through November 12, 2021, Law Enforcement Records Personnel Week to honor the service this dedicated group of individuals provides.

At the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office, Records Law Enforcement Specialists are responsible for processing and maintaining the agency’s criminal justice records as well as relaying vital information from other criminal justice agencies.

If you ever need a background check for a new job or a concealed handgun permit, these are the professionals who are happy to assist you. Services also include releasing arrest records and case reports, civil actions, maintaining the sex offender registry, and processing bonds and warrants for individuals.

So far this year, the Records division has processed more than 2600 warrants, 2500 concealed handgun permits, and 5300 records requests.

If you get the chance, please stop by this week and thank our Records personnel for their continued hard work and service to our community.

Learn more about the services Records offers.

Law Enforcement Records Personnel Week Proclamation