New Idaho Springs Police Cruiser

Emergencies: 911
Non-Emergencies: 303-567-4291
Non-Emergencies (after hours): 303-679-2393
Fax Number: 303-567-1014

Lyle Wohlers Bike Rodeo

Chris Malanka Chief of Police
John Castrodale Sergeant
Glenn Hardey Detective
Richard Sonnenberg Patrol Officer  
Justin Richardson Patrol Officer  
Matt Jackmond Patrol Officer  
Mike Sawyer Patrol Officer  
Cindy Teuling Records/Admin

Department Related Links
National Law Officers Memorial Fund
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI)
Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles
Accident Report Access Online
Public On-line Accident Reports


ISPD Employment Application

Drugs and Alcohol

  • Alanon and Alateen 303-321-8788 - For anyone who has a family member with an alcohol addiction.
  • Clear Creek County Nursing Services 303-567-3147 or -3143
  • Jefferson Center for Mental Health 303-567-3138 or 303-425-0300 (24 hours a day)
  • Narcotic Anonymous 303-832-3784
  • National Inhalant Prevention Coalition
    Information about inhalant abuse and keeping children and adolescents from using inhalants -
  • Signal Behavioral Health 303-567-3136
Smoking Cessation Services / Quitting Tobacco
Quitline (800) 639-QUIT (7848)
Quitnet -

Entirely free counseling services that connects people who want to quit smoking with trained counselors who can guide and support them through the quit process. This service is available 24 hours a day.

Free cessation services for Pregnant Women
Call Great Start at (800) 866-66START (78278)

Car Seats:

Free/Low-cost car seats, safety inspections, and recall information through the Clear Creek County Nursing Services. Call Jean (303) 567-3147 or Sara (303) 567-3144.

  • Hep C Connection -
    Hep C Connection is a Hepatitis C information, support, and awareness resource for people with HCV, their families, and health care professionals.

  • Hepatitis International Foundation -
    Seeks to raise awareness of viral hepatitis.


  • Free, Confidential testing services the third Wednesday of each month in Idaho Springs from 4:30-6:30 PM. Call the Public Heath Nurses office at 303-567-3147 or 567-3143.
  • Colorado AIDS Project (800) 333-2437
    The mission of the Colorado AIDS Project is to improve lives affected by HIV / AIDS and to prevent HIV infection.


A site for childhood, adolescent, and adult immunizations information and hepatitis B educational materials.


  • Gamblers Anonymous Colorado Hotline (303) 754-7119
  • Gamblers Help Line (800) 522-4700 or 1-800-GAMBLER
  • National Council on Problem Gambling -

Jefferson Center for Mental Health (303) 567-3138 or (303) 425-0300

Information about signs and symptoms of depression, education of depressive illness, its consequences and treatibility.

Suicide: Domestic Violence:
  • Call 911
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline
    For domestic violence victims and survivors.
    (800) 799-SAFE (7233), TDD line (800) 787-3224 -



Colorado Law requires persons convicted of certain sex crimes to register with the law enforcement having jurisdiction where they reside.

An annual registration is required on the offender's birthday. Adults convicted of certain specific sexual offenses are required to register every three months as well.

The Idaho Springs Police Department provides a free copy of the city's sex offender list to anyone who asks for the document. A brief form must be completed prior to obtaining the document. The form may be filled out at the Idaho Springs Police Department during normal business hours.

Call 303-567-4291 for more information.

Additional information available on Colorado Sex Offenders

Information on sex offenders registered not only in Idaho Springs but in all of Colorado can be obtained via internet through the Colorado Bureau of Investigations web site.

Colorado Bureau of Investigation Sex Offender List

National Sex offender Public Registry