Larimer County Bondsman

Larimer County Bondsman

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Larimer County Jail

Larimer County Jail Phone: (970) 498-5200

2405 Midpoint Dr, Fort Collins, CO 80525

COVID-19 Precautions in the Jail

The jail has many policies and procedures in place at all times related to communicable diseases and inmates experiencing health issues.  All new inmates are screened by on-site medical staff prior to being placed in a housing unit.

In response to COVID-19 and following the guidelines of Larimer County Health and Environment, the jail has implemented a housing unit for incoming inmates to help maintain the health of all inmates and staff.

New inmates are sent to a housing pod for 14 days after the booking process.  These inmates are housed in cells and monitored for symptoms of illness.  They are allowed out of their cells on hourly rotations to help maintain physical distancing ratios during the monitoring period.  If an inmate presents with symptoms of an illness, they are isolated in a different area of the jail as necessary.  Inmates with symptoms are provided medical treatment to include hospitalization if necessary.

Each inmate is issued two masks to wear while in the jail - one to wear and one to wash.  If requested, they will be issued additional masks.  Inmates are encouraged to take the masks with them when they are released from the jail.

Inmates are sent to general housing assignments after the 14-day period if they do not have symptoms of an illness.

The Jail Division is commanded by Captain Timothy Palmer, whose primary responsibility is to provide general management, direction and supervision to the division.

The Jail Division consists of Operations, Logistics, Planning and Compliance, and Maintenance sections.


  1. How can I find out if someone is in jail?

  2. How do I bail someone out of jail?

  3. How do I turn myself in for an active warrant?

  4. Can jail staff recommend a bonding agent?

  5. Can someone be held in jail without being charged with or accused of a crime?

  6. How long does it take for a person to be processed and released from jail?

  7. Can booking provide me with contact information for the arresting agency of an inmate?

  8. Can I call an inmate in jail?

  9. How can I stop an inmate from calling me?

  10. I am unable to receive collect calls. How can I get calls from someone in jail?

  11. An inmate has advised me that he or she is having trouble making calls to me. Why is this happening?

  12. How do I write a letter to an inmate?

  13. Can I mail things other than letters to an inmate?

  14. Are there any other personal items that can be left for an inmate?

  15. When is inmate visitation?

  16. How do I deposit money for an inmate to purchase commissary?

  17. Can I find out when an inmate is being transferred to another facility?

  18. What happens to inmate account moneys?

  19. Is there an ATM available at the jail?

  20. Do inmates need money for incarceration?

  21. How can I get information about the medical condition/medications for the inmate?

  22. As the victim of a crime how can I be notified of an inmate's release from custody?

  23. Are there any programs to improve the lives of inmates?