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  • Jefferson County Sheriff's Office (Colorado)

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    The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office (JCSO) or JeffCo is a criminal justice agency based in Golden, Colorado. It serves all of Jefferson County and is its main law enforcement agency. JCSO has the responsibility to 189,720 residents in the unincorporated areas of the 773 square miles of the county.

  • Jefferson County Jail (Louisville, Kentucky)

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    The Jefferson County Jail is a historic structure in central Louisville, Kentucky, United States. Built in 1905 in the Chicago style of architecture, it was designed by D.X. Murphy & Bros. It comprises two wings: the western, built as cell blocks, and the eastern, which originally housed offices. A system of corridors was used to separate male and female prisoners and black and white prisoners. In 1983, the jail was converted into an office complex. Among its tenants are the offices of the Commonwealth's Attorney, the office of the Circuit Court Clerk, and the Jefferson County Public Law Library. While prisoners are no longer held in the jail, it is still significant as a leading example of public-works architecture. Its structure has been admired by many leading architects, including the renowned Finnish-American Eero Saarinen. In 1973, the jail was listed on the National Register of Historic Places for its architectural significance.

  • Jefferson County Jail (Madison, Indiana)

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    Jefferson County Jail, also known as Jefferson County Jail and Sheriffs House, is a historic jail and residence located at Madison, Jefferson County, Indiana. It was built between 1848 and 1850, and is a two-story, rectangular Greek Revival style masonry building. The building consists of two blocks: a residential section in front and jail block at the rear. A kitchen wing was added in 1859. It features a classic pedimented gable temple front with a recessed entrance and pilasters. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. It is located in the Madison Historic District.

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