Contact: email, or 303-271-5670
Deputy Mark Barrick was born and raised in Pennsylvania. In 1994, Mark enlisted in the United States Air Force where he spent the next six years working as a Security Forces member / K-9 handler. In 2001, Mark joined the Sheriff’s Office and began his career in the Detentions Division. As a Detentions deputy, Mark was one of two certified Detention K-9 handlers and also was a member of the Detentions Special Operations Response Team (SORT). Later, Mark transferred to Patrol where he became a crime scene technician and a field training instructor. In April 2011 Mark transferred to the Recruiting Unit.
Contact: email, or 303-271-5817
Deputy Mark Bybee is a Jefferson County native who prior to working for the Sheriff's Office ran a family owned industrial and commercial painting company. Mark worked for two years in Detentions then transferred to Patrol in 2008. While working in Patrol Mark worked as a crime scene technician and as an operator and instructor for the automated license plate reader. In January 2012 Mark transferred to the recruiting unit.
Contact: email, or 303-271-5819
|Deputy Carlin Hastie grew up in Jefferson County. Her father being a Reserve Deputy for 16 years piqued her interest in law enforcement. Carlin joined the Sheriff's Office in 1995 and transferred to Patrol in 1999. In addtion to being a field training instructor she was chosen to represent the Sheriff's Office at the 2002 Olympics as a law enforcement volunteer. Currently, she is a member of the Sheriff's Office Honor Guard. In 2012 she was transferred to Recruiting. |
Contact: email, or 303-271-5834
Deputy Carrie Spaich joined the Recruiting Unit in March of 2015. She began her career in Emergency Services in 1994 when she went to work as a firefighter for Eagle River Fire Protection District. In the nine years at Eagle River Fire she promoted from firefighter/EMT to Lieutenant of Training/Recruiting. Carrie also worked for West Metro Fire teaching Public Education and ran several Emergency Services events and fairs. Deputy Spaich began her JCSO career in 2013 and is active in the Special Olympics as an advocate and liaison for the Sheriff's Office.
Contact: Carrie's email, or 303-271-5858