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Arapahoe Court Information

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Arapahoe Bail Bonds Process

The Arapahoe County Detention Center states that an inmate must be released within 6 hours of posting a bond unless an interfering condition applies.

Arapahoe's Appointment Rules

The Arapahoe County Detention Center requires an appointment to be made by a bail agent before posting bond. The release-time starts after bond is posted.

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About The City

The expansive Arapahoe County was established by the Kansas Territorial Legislature on August 25, 1855, to oversee the western area of the Kansas Territory. This county drew its name from the native Arapaho Nation, inhabitants of the area.

Gold was found near the South Platte River within this county, in what is now Englewood, in July 1858, sparking the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush. The mining communities, feeling isolated from the distant governments of Kansas and Nebraska, decided to create the Territory of Jefferson, voting on October 24, 1859. A month later, the Jefferson Territory, though never federally recognized, formed 12 counties including a redefined, smaller Arapahoe County, with Denver City as its hub.

When Kansas joined the Union on January 29, 1861, the mining areas briefly became unorganized territory. The Territory of Colorado, established by Congress on February 28, 1861, with its current borders, included the formation of 17 original counties, among them a new version of Arapahoe County. This county originally spanned from today’s Sheridan Boulevard eastwards to the Kansas border, and from today’s County Line Road north to the 40th parallel north. Denver City remained the county seat until 1902.

In 1901, the Colorado General Assembly decided to divide Arapahoe County into three: the new City and County of Denver, Adams County, and what was temporarily named South Arapahoe County. However, a Colorado Supreme Court ruling, further legislative actions, and a referendum postponed this reorganization until November 15, 1902. Governor James Bradley Orman appointed Littleton as the temporary seat of South Arapahoe County. The name reverted to Arapahoe County on April 11, 1903. Finally, on November 8, 1904, Littleton was chosen over Englewood, with a vote of 1310 to 829, as the permanent county seat.

About The Jail

Since 1991, the Detention Facility of Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office has held accreditation from the American Correctional Association (ACA). Additionally, since 1989, its medical unit, responsible for inmate healthcare, has been recognized by the National Commission on Correctional Health Care (NCCHC).

Tracing its roots back to a single-room jail in Littleton established in 1865, the facility has undergone significant transformations. Following decades of service, a new building was constructed to house both the sheriff’s office and an expanded jail. In 1987, the facility relocated to a 299,241 square foot complex at 7375 South Potomac Street, now within Centennial, initially designed to house 404 individuals. The facility’s growth continued with the construction of two more housing units starting in 1999, becoming operational between late 2001 and early 2002. Today, after several renovations and expansions, it can house roughly 1,400 inmates. On average, it processes about 17,000 inmates per year and operates 24/7, managed by a team of civilian staff, medical professionals, non-certified and Colorado POST certified deputies.