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Adams County surrounds most of Denver International Airport, which is in the City and County of Denver. The following cities are located within Adams County:
View information about the Adams County Court system, including appearances, locations, costs, probation information, divisions of courts, and other helpful resources.
The one detention center in Brighton Colorado is maintained by Sheriff Michael McIntosh, the Adams County Sheriff. Inmates who are sentenced to a term of confinement in the jail, and those pending the outcome of their criminal cases are housed in the jail. The jail staff is responsible for transporting inmates to other Detention Facilities throughout Colorado and to various other court appearances, and also to answer out of county warrants.
The office of sheriff is an elected position, and it is subject to term limits (a vote every four years). The sheriff Department is responsible for many different aspects, such as patrol, crime investigation in unincorporated areas, service process, court security, and many other areas. Personnel from the Sheriff’s Department (located in Brighton), also participate in “task force” roles allowing them to coordinate, interact, and work with other agencies across the Front Range and go across jurisdictional and political borders.
Adams County was formed in 1902 when the original and massive Arapahoe County was divided into several smaller counties. Brighton was chosen as the permanent county seat in 1904 and the birth of modern Adams County was complete. In December of 1902 the first meeting of the County Commissioners was held and the first Sheriff, Martin R. Bromley, was appointed Sheriff. You may recognize the name “Bromley”; Bromley Lane where the current courthouse is located in Brighton was named for the first Sheriff.
Today Adams County is the fifth most populous county in Colorado and a part of the Denver Metropolitan area. Adams County encompasses suburbs of Denver, from Brighton and Thornton to Arvada and Northglenn. It includes residential communities, and productive agricultural lands. In short, Adams County contains a little bit of everything. The Denver International Airport (DIA) is located on land that was part of Adams County before it was surrendered to Denver to maintain the airport.