The Adams County Jail is located in Brighton, Colorado at 150 North 19th Avenue 80601. The jail staff can be reached by calling (305) 655-3494.If you are looking to post bail for an inmate at Adams County Jail call (303) 872-5977.
About Adams County Jail
The Adams County Jail was built in 1985 for the detention and rehabilitation of prisoners in Adams County, Colorado. The jail is overseen by the Adams County Sheriff's Office, who is responsible for providing a safe and humane facility for the incarceration of inmates. The jail was initially designed to house 480 prisoners, but soon after opening it was remodeled to hold 960 inmates. As the needs of the county grew an addition was added to the jail which added another 768 spaces for prisoners. This brought the capacity of the jail up to a total of 1,728, with a daily population averaging around 1,450. The Adams County Jail is managed by Captain Kurt M. Ester of the Adams County Sheriff's Department.
Adams County Bail Bond Services
All of the bonding and bail processes at the Adams County Jail are handled by the Bonding Unit. The four types of acceptable bonds are recognizance, surety(bail bondsman), property and cash. There are several local bond companies in the area who can assist with the bail bonding process including:
Adams County Jail Inmate Services
Certain inmates at the Adams County Jail are allowed personal visitation rights in 30 minute intervals at a time. They are also allowed to send and receive unlimited mail with specific restrictions depending on the inmate classification. Booking and release from the prison are managed by the Booking Section. After the bond or release conditions have been met they will process the release as quickly as time and conditions allow. Inmates and the public can find detailed information about release dates and times by using the jail's V.I.N.E. system. For more information about the Adams County Jail facilities and services contact the Adams County Sheriff's Office.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Adams has a total population of 440,994. The population has increased by 93,009 (27%) from 2000 through 2009. The population density is 377.8 and covers 1,167 square miles.
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Residents of Adams experienced 5,616 crimes in 2011. The #1 lawless act was arson with 20 occurrences. The #2 lawless act was theft with 1,431 circumstances. The #3 unlawful act was vehicle theft with 360 crimes. The #4 criminality was burglary with 622 violations. The #5 infraction was property crime with 2,413 crimes. The #6 unlawful act was assault with 267 crimes. The #7 violation was robbery with 59 reports. The #8 unlawful act was rape with 57 violations. The #9 crime was murder with 2 violations. The #10 unlawful act was violent crime with 385 circumstances.