Helpful Links and Information


Chaffee County Crime Stoppers
The Salida Police Department is a member agency with the Chaffee County Crime Stoppers program. Chaffee County Crime Stoppers a nonprofit organization that has been in place many years in Chaffee County and is a very integral part of our mission.  The organization is funded by private donations and fund raising. The reward money paid out by the program comes from fundraising efforts and donations made by concerned citizens and civic-minded businesses.

Chaffee County Crime Stoppers collects information on unsolved crimes and individuals wanted by law enforcement if you provide information that leads to an arrest, you could get a cash reward of up to $1000 and you remain completely anonymous. 

(719) 539-5299
CC CrimeStoppers Facebook



Chaffee County Sheriff’s Department
John Spezze, Sheriff
Joe McGuire, Undersheriff

641 West 3rd Street
PO Box 699
Salida, Colorado 81201

Emergency: 911
Non-Emergency: (719)539-2596



State Sex Offender Database
CBI Sex Offenders Registry – On this site you will find:

Sexually Violent Predators
SVP’s are considered the highest risk sex offenders. Currently, most SVP’s are in prison. They are posted on this site when they are living in the community (or have lived in the community), either under criminal justice supervision or having completed their sentence. SVP’s are the only category of sex offenders subject to Community Notification.

Multiple Offenders

These sex offenders have two or more adult felony convictions for unlawful sexual behavior and one or more adult felony crimes of violence.

Felony Conviction
A person who has been convicted of a felony sex offense as an adult which requires registration and is currently registered. The CBI does not post information concerning the following offenders: (1) Sex offenders only convicted of misdemeanor sex offenses, or (2) Juveniles adjudicated for sex crimes.

Failed to Register
These sex offenders have failed to register or have a history of failing to register, as required, with their local law enforcement agency.