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Places that Help: Colorado
Before a protection order can take effect, it must be served upon the abuser. In most states, protection orders are served by the sheriff department. You can contact the clerk of the court in the court that issued your order to find out the procedure for service if you are unsure. For a list of Colorado courts, check the CO Courthouse Locations page on our site. Listed below are telephone numbers and addresses for sheriff departments in Colorado, as gathered by the Colorado Sheriffs’ Association (“County Sheriffs of Colorado).
Adams County Sheriff's Office
332 North 19th Avenue - Headquarters Building
Brighton, CO 80601
Alamosa County Sheriff's Office
1315 17th Street, Suite 2
Alamosa, CO 81101
(719) 587-5807 Emergency Phone
Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
13101 East Broncos Parkway
Centennial, CO 80112
Archuleta County Sheriff's Office
P.O. Box 638
449 San Juan Street
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
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