103 Gasper Street
San Luis, CO 81152
Office Phone: (719) 672-0673
It is the policy of Costilla County not to discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment or in the provision of services because of race, color, religion, national origin, handicap, sex, age, or political affiliation.
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIALTY MARCH 23, 2020
DUE TO COVID 19
The Costilla County Sheriff's Office has now closed the walk up window.
If you need assistance please call 719-672-0673. For any request for reports you can email the clerk at
firstname.lastname@example.org. or email@example.com
Only Law Enforcement Personnel will be allowed in the office.
If you have an emergency call 911 and non-emergency call 719-672-3302
THE COSTILLA COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE WILL SUSPEND THE FOLLWING SERVICES FOR 30 DAYS.
CCW PERMITS AND RENEWALS
ALL VIN INSPECTIONS
ANY FINGERPRINTING DONE BY COLO FINGERPRINTING
ALL VISITS HAVE BEEN CANCELED (ATTY/INMATE VISITS ONLY)
MONEY BEING BROUGHT IN FOR INMATES WILL BE SUSPENDED
WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO CALL 719-672-0673 IF YOU NEED TO TALK TO OFFICE PERSONAL.
IF YOU NEED TO SPEAK TO AN OFFICER PLEASE CALL 719-672-3302 OR TO REPORT A CRIME.
THANK YOU FOR TIME AND PATIENCE
Costilla County Sheriff
Pursuant to Colorado Revised Statute 16-22-112, most recently modified and amended by Colorado House Bill 1035, law enforcement agencies are authorized to release information about registered sex offenders living within the agency’s jurisdiction on the agency’s website.
Not all sex offenders registered with the Costilla County Sheriff’s Office are published here. Per CRS 16-22-112, first time misdemeanor offenders and some juveniles are excluded from this list.
For a complete list of all registered sex offenders, contact Cruz Soto at (719) 672-0673 or CSoto@CostillaCounty-Co.Gov
The confidential information is provided to you so that you can adequately protect yourself and your children from these individuals.
The sex offender registry includes only those persons who have been required by law to register and who are in compliance with the sex offender registration laws. You should not rely solely on the sex offender registry as a safeguard against perpetrators of sexual assault in your community.
The crime for which a person is convicted may not accurately reflect the level of risk.
Vigilantism, or use of this sex offender registry information to harass, threaten, or intimidate any registered sex offender, his/her significant others, or any member of their community supervision team will not be tolerated and will result in criminal prosecution.