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Local Address:  Colorado , United States
El Paso County CO
27 E. Vermijo 4Th Floor
Colorado Springs , Colorado 80903
United States

Company Description: The El Paso County Sheriffs Office has always been dedicated to providing the Citizens of this community with the best possible quality service available. There are...   more

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  • Russell Middle School
  • Palmer High School
  • University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
  • Pikes Peak Community College
  • Colorado Springs Police Academy
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Elected Officials | El Paso County Republican Party, 28 Sept 2015 [cached]
Bill Elder Mug Sized Right 2 08-12-14
Bill Elder El Paso County Sheriff
Bill Elder has lived in Colorado Springs for more than 40 years and has been a registered Republican for over 20 of those years. He is a Life Member of the NRA and strong supporter of 2nd Amendment rights and an advocate for concealed carry permits. He has held leadership positions in the three largest law enforcement agencies in El Paso County: the El Paso County Sheriff's Office, the Colorado Springs Police Department, and the Fountain Police Department.
Sheriff Bill Elder said ..., 18 Mar 2015 [cached]
Sheriff Bill Elder said Wednesday that crucial leads may have been overlooked, and he vowed to give the case high priority and a thorough review.
"The relationships were so sour at the time, that it's highly possible that there is something we could have missed," Elder said.
Elder said he has appointed new supervisors to oversee the murder investigation, and he and his staff are meeting with officers from the FBI, Colorado Bureau of Investigation and District Attorney Dan May's office in an effort to mend working relationships.
They and other agencies are giving the entire case a second look, Elder said.
"We're running up a list of all potential leads and running them to the ground," he said.
Elder said ties between Maketa and other state and federal agencies undoubtedly had an impact on the Clements investigation.
"I would agree with Mr. May's version of what happened," Elder said.
The sheriff said he and May first met and collaborated on cases when he was a new investigator at the El Paso County Sheriff's Office and May was a deputy prosecutor in the 1980s.
El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder addresses his staff on his first day on the job on New Year's Day. January 1, 2015. Elder has vowed to give the Clements murder investigation a thorough review. (Jerilee Bennett, Gazette file)
"We work very well together," he said.
I do see a difference under Sheriff Elder," Kirby said.
Elder was asked Wednesday whether there are specific suspects under investigation.
"At this stage, there is no person of interest," he said.
The CRP Difference, 31 Aug 2015 [cached]
Mr. Bill Elder, Deputy Chief Fountain Police Department 719-382-8555
Community Notification, 5 Feb 2011 [cached]
El Paso County - Sheriff Bill Elder
Fountain Police Department
Incoming El Paso County ..., 10 Dec 2014 [cached]
Incoming El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder, who takes office Jan. 13, isn't wasting any time filling his top leadership posts.
Elder, who has had disagreements with outgoing Sheriff Terry Maketa, will be making changes.
In addition to loyalty issues, Elder also likely considered accusations that Maketa behaved improperly with three women in the office: Undersheriff Paula Presley, Comptroller Dorene Cardarelle and Dispatch Trainer Tiffany Huntz.
Elder doesn't go into too much detail about how he reached his decisions, but he will say this: "The undersheriff [Presley] won't be a part of my staff.
It's worth noting that Elder's leadership team does not include a single woman.
Elder expects to save $15,000 to $17,000 in salaries under the new setup.
Elder has announced some of the staff he will be letting go. Attorney Charles Greenlee will be replaced by Lisa Kirkman, an assigned attorney from the county attorney's office, a move that Elder says will save money.
And Elder says that Bureau Chief Al Harmon plans to retire before Elder takes office.
Asked about the future of Cardarelle and Huntz, Elder said he was not ready to announce whether they would stay on.
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Tags: Local News, El Paso County Sheriff, Bill Elder, Terry Maketa, Dorene Cardarelle, Tiffany Huntz, Paula Presley
Incoming El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder, who takes office Jan. 13, isn't wasting any time filling his top leadership posts.
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