We want to make sure everyone possible in Teller County is able to receive emergency notifications that are specific to their locations. We recently found that some residents were having trouble or confusion accessing Peak Alerts, the emergency alert system the Sheriff’s Office and other dispatch centers have been using in Teller and El Paso Counties since 2013:
Take 3 minutes and sign up for Peak Alerts at http://peakalerts.org
Once registered, the phone numbers you may receive notifications are:
Teller County Sheriff’s Office: 719-387-7223
Woodland Park Police Department: 719-354-2703
Cripple Creek Police Department: 719-323-6532
For more information on how Peak Alerts works, go to http://elpasoteller911.org/246/Peak-Alerts
DIAL 9-1-1 FOR EMERGENCIES ONLY
General Information 719-304-5706
Non-emergency requests, call 719-687-9652
MESSAGE FROM THE SHERIFF
The Teller County Sheriff's Office is dedicated to serving our community with dignity, honor, and respect. We understand that our legitimacy originates with the citizens that we serve and protect. As your Sheriff, know that I will always make the right decisions and do the right thing for you. We hold ourselves accountable to provide the highest level of service possible. Thank you for your continued support! ~ Jason Mikesell
AREA CRIME REPORT & PRESS RELEASES
We are proud to partner with the El Paso/Teller County E911 Authority. The Authority provides invaluable funding for our communications center and support functions for all the 911 Emergency equipment that keeps us answering the phones whenever you need help.
Sign up for Nixle and Peak alerts below so you can always have important information delivered to your cell phone via text and email, or a voice recording call.
Are you ready to work in the rugged mountains and valleys of Teller County? Most of our deputies spend the majority of their time patrolling in areas that few dare to venture. We also answer calls within and outside of the five incorporated areas in Teller; Cripple Creek, Victor, Florissant, Divide, and Woodland Park.
We patrol Gold Camp Road and Rampart Range, helping citizens learn how to shoot safely and camp responsibly.