Public & Media Information

The Public Information Team at the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office strives to provide the public with the most timely, accurate, and coordinated information possible.

Responsibilities & Duties

  • We utilize the Pueblo Disaster Status Board during incidents that impact the entire community. 
  • We facilitate the Pueblo Community Joint Information Center during multi-agency events. 
  • We coordinate the Risk Communications Network, a group of risk communication agency Public Information Officers (PIOs), who meet quarterly to share lessons learned, training, exercises and networking.

Public Information & Privacy

We often walk a thin line between satisfying all the public information demands that come with a criminal investigation, the sensitivity to victims' privacy and the confines of an open investigation.

Media Outlets

In addition to information released during an incident or investigation, we often reach out to media outlets regarding public safety messages and happenings at the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office.

Additional Contact Information

In addition to the Public Information Officer, Sheriff David J. Lucero and all members of the command staff make themselves available for inquiries as well. Please feel free to contact us anytime!

Social Media

We participate in social media with a Facebook page , Twitter account and Instagram accounts. 

Excerpt from the policy pertaining to Social Media

Public Comments reflect the views of the author and do not reflect the view of the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office or its employees.

 The Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office intends for this forum to be family friendly, so please make your comments and posts consistent with that standard. All comments and posts will be reviewed and the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office reserves the right to delete, hide, or not publish any post that does not meet these guidelines.

We do not allow comments that we deem to:

  • Contain obscene or indecent language;
  • Contain threats, defamatory or harassing statements;
  • Contain hate speech directed at race, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnicity, age, religion or disability;
  • Contain obscene sexual content or links to obscene sexual content;
  • Contain information that may compromise the safety or security of the public or public systems;
  • Promote violence or the violation of any federal, state, or local law, regulation or ordinance;
  • Disclose information which an agency and its employees/representatives are required to keep confidential by law or regulation;
  • Promote or endorse services or products;
  • Promote or endorse ballot issues, candidates for public office or other campaign-related material, or non-county related events and programs.
  • Contain any link or application that would damage or harm anyone’s computer or software;
  • advocate illegal activity or violence;
  • infringe on copyrights or trademarks;
  • mislead

Individuals who violate this policy may have the comment in question removed from the social media page without notification.

 We recognize that use of social media is unbound by regular business hours and comments are welcome at any time. However, given the need to manage resources, reviewing and responding to comments generally occurs during regular business hours Monday-Friday. Comments and questions submitted at other times will be reviewed and replied to as soon as possible the next business day.

Complete Public Information Policy Link