Public Safety Agencies
Summit County Sheriff's Office
The Sheriff's Office has 73 employees, within four divisions: Administration, Operations, Detentions and Animal Control, all overseen by Sheriff Jaime FitzSimons.
Breckenridge Police Department
The Breckenridge Police Department provides services to a mountain resort community that is frequently listed as a favorite destination for skiers in North America. The department is committed to a community policing philosophy. The Breckenridge Police Department is organized into four (4) divisions: Police Administration & Records, Patrol, Investigations, and Community Service & Parking.
Frisco Police Department
Our Mission Statement reads, “Our commitment is to protect life and property, maintain order, and enhance our community’s quality of life by working closely with our citizens.” As important is our Value Statement which reads, “Police others as you would have others police you.” I talk about this because we believe respecting everyone we meet is of the utmost importance. I want to thank every member of our organization for carrying out this vitally important value.
Silverthorne Police Department
Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains amidst stunning scenery and award-winning recreation, the Town of Silverthorne is a community of engaged citizens, supportive businesses and a visionary government.
The Silverthorne Police Department is a small, close-knit team of professional, talented men and women of integrity conducting our work in a way that continues to build the trust necessary for Silverthorne’s safety and success.
Dillon Police Department
It is the mission of the Dillon Police Department to provide professional and ethical community oriented police services to citizens living, working or visiting the Town. The Police Department is committed to crime prevention and working cooperatively with the community to identify and solve neighborhood problems.
Blue River Police Department
It is the mission of the Blue River Police Department to provide professional and ethical community oriented police services to citizens living, working or visiting the Town. The Blue River Police Department is committed to crime prevention and working cooperatively with the community to identify and solve neighborhood problems. By enforcing the laws of the State of Colorado and the town ordinances, we will preserve the public peace, protecting life and property, promoting traffic safety, and engaging in activities that benefit all in our community, from our youth to our senior citizens.
Summit Fire & EMS will strive to deal professionally and effectively with emergencies and hazards to life and property with a commitment to excellence and in the best interest of all citizens and guests of our communities.
Red, White, & Blue Fire District
In 1947, the fire department changed names to the Breckenridge Volunteer Fire Department until 1976 when a special taxing district was officially formed renaming the department to the Red, White and Blue Fire Protection District as it is called today. We cover approximately 138 square miles of Summit County, Colorado, including the towns of Breckenridge and Blue River, the Breckenridge Ski Resort, and unincorporated sections of Summit County. Our district boundaries are Hoosier Pass to the South, Frisco town limits to the North, the Continental Divide to the East, and the Ten Mile range to the West.