The ETSA (Emergency Telephone Service Association) of La Plata County has launched a new emergency notification system. This system will be used by your local emergency response team in the event of emergency situations or critical community alerts, throughout La Plata County. Examples include: evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices, and missing child reports. Enrolling allows you to register your cell phone, VoIP phone, or unregistered phone number to your address. You will receive alerts when an event occurs in your area. You can opt into the system here: https://public.coderedweb.com/CNE/BFEA18547A8D
In Remembrance of Recent Fallen Officers
Bayfield Marshal's Office Partners with Nextdoor,
the Private Social Network for Neighborhoods!
This allows us to communicate online with Bayfield neighborhoods which allows us to be able to share helpful information such as important crime alerts, emergency notifications, safety precautions & updates on activity affecting the local area. Click the link to the left to sign up today!
January 15, 2017
MLK Day - Office will be closed
The Bayfield Marshal's Office is now officially apart of the Colorado Household Medication Take-back Program! In accordance with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, our office now has a convenient drop box for all of your unused prescription and over-the-counter medications.
By using our free drop off box you will help us to keep harmful drugs from being easily accessed by children or prescription drug abusers!
We will display the badges for all fallen officers in Colorado in respect for their sacrifice on or off duty.
Bayfield Marshal's Office
The Bayfield Marshal's Office was featured in
this month's edition of Colorado Municipalities
Click the link below to read the article written
by our very own Marshal Joseph McIntyre!
2017 PoliceOne Academy's
Recognition of Training Excellence
This year the Bayfield Marshal's Office was given this award in appreciation for their dedication to going above and beyond in the education of their deputies.
The continued, up to date training helps to keep themselves and our community safer.
Great job and thank you for all your hard work!