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Centennial Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Centennial City Public Records

Per the Colorado Open Records Act, Centennial City public records refer to any documentation created, stored, filed, or reproduced by government officials. These records may include written documents - whether handwritten or typed in a digital copy. Centennial public records may also take the form of photographs, maps, or audio and video recordings. However, state law deems certain portions of public records as restricted if they include:

  • Trade secrets;
  • Work products created for elected officials;
  • Information on medical records;
  • Donor information or the amount donated to an institution

Centennial City Crime Statistics

In Arapahoe County, local law enforcement agencies collate crime and arrest reports from Centennial City and other parts of the county. They forward these reports to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for inclusion in its Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program. They also use the data to create a community crime map that interested persons can query via the County’s How Do I page. In 2015, among a population of 108846 people, local law enforcement recorded 137 violent crimes and 1304 property crimes.

A breakdown of property crimes revealed 103 vehicular thefts and ten cases of arson. With 977 reports, larceny-theft was the most recurrent crime, followed by burglary, reported 224 times. When viewed closely, violent crimes included one arrest for murder, 46 reports of rape, 26 robberies, and 64 cases of aggravated assault.

Over three years, Centennial City’s population grew by 2.57%. Violent and property crimes, however, increased by 47.45% and 50.15%, respectively. Among violent crimes, cases of aggravated assault spiked by 48.8% - the highest of the lot. Robbery increased by 7.69%, while rape increased by 2.17%, and murder arrests went up by one. Property crimes took a generally higher spike over three years.

In 2018, larceny-theft - with 1493 reports - grew by 52.81%. Vehicular theft almost doubled, going from 103 reports in 2015 to 197 reports in 2018. Burglaries also increased by 19.64%. Arson, however, dropped by 30% over five years.

Are Centennial City Criminal Records Public?

Centennial City abides by the Colorado Open Records Act, which restricts access to some criminal records. Its statutes require that city officials deny portions of criminal records from public view if they contain information on:

  • At-risk adults.
  • Juveniles.
  • Sex assaults.
  • Child abuse.
  • Ongoing police investigations.

The Colorado Bureau of Investigations (CBI) is responsible for providing criminal records statewide. However, it does allow interested persons to review public Centennial City criminal records through its Internet Criminal History Check System.

How to Obtain Centennial City Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office provides copies of publicly-available Centennial City police reports and arrests records to interested persons. Anyone that wants a police report can make an online request using the County’s Open Records Request Portal. If obtaining the information online proves elusive, interested persons may make in-person requests at the Arapahoe County Open Records office in Centennial City.

Arapahoe County Lima Plaza
6904 - 6984 S. Lima St.
Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: (303) 795-4400

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Centennial City

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation provides the public with access to information on sex offenders in Centennial City and other parts of the state. Interested persons may obtain Centennial City sex offender information by visiting the Colorado Online Sex Offender Registry. It provides general information on Centennial City sex offenders, such as:

  • First and last names
  • Other known monikers
  • Telephone number
  • Email address
  • Social media IDs
  • Home or work addresses
  • Photograph
  • Descriptive features
  • Compliance status

To find specific offenders, researchers may input their name, conviction level, or zip codes. Users can also scan particular neighborhoods using the Map Search Tool to find offenders near any schools or playgrounds within the community. To receive free email notifications when a sex offender moves into a particular neighborhood, interested persons can sign up for the free subscription notification service.

How to Find Centennial City Inmates Records

According to the Colorado Revised Statutes, the Arapahoe County Sheriff is responsible for the Arapahoe County Detention Facility, which houses inmates in Centennial City and other parts of the county. The County Sheriff’s Office houses inmates and transports prisoners. It also provides inmate information to interested public members. Individuals may query the online page or make in-person requests at the Detention Facility.

Arapahoe County Detention Facility
7375 S. Potomac St.
Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: (720) 874-3875 (Records)

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Centennial City Jail?

The Arapahoe County Sheriff permits friends and family members to visit inmates at the Arapahoe County Detention Facility in person or remotely (using a smart device and an app). Requesters may download the visitation app and register for thirty-minute visits any day of the week, between 6:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Video calls cost $8.99 per thirty-minute visit. Inmates can receive unlimited remote visits as long as housing units permit them. Prison admin can cancel video visitation at any time and will issue credit vouchers if cancellation is due to unforeseen circumstances. However, a visitor will not receive credit vouchers if the admin cancels a visit due to infractions. Unauthorized persons may not join a video call. All video visitors must dress moderately during the video visit. The admin will cancel visits if they see visitors dressed in any of the following:

  • Cleavage showing or see-through tops;
  • Spaghetti strap, tank tops, or strapless tops

For in-person visits, all visitors must register and schedule visits through a third-party provider’s site. Visitors must receive pre-approval and schedule appointments at least two days beforehand, according to the following schedule:

  • Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.;
  • Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.;
  • Sunday: 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Inmates may receive a maximum of two persons per visit, once per day. Each visit lasts for thirty minutes. If late, visitors may see the desired inmate for the remaining time allotted and will not receive an extension. Adults must submit a valid government-issued ID to gain entry. Minors may also visit inmates if accompanied by adults. Adults with children must supervise them directly and continuously while at the facility.

All visitors must dress appropriately. Anyone dressed offensively or displaying nudity will not gain access to the premises. Visitors are not allowed to bring the following into the facility:

  • Cell phones or other electronic equipment
  • Drugs or alcohol
  • Food or beverages
  • Guns, knives, or any other weapon

Any visitor found possessing any of the above violates court law and may be liable for prosecution.

Court Records

Centennial City falls under the jurisdiction of Colorado's 18th Judicial District. The county court's system includes two district courts in Centennial City and deals with criminal and civil court proceedings. Centennial City also has a municipal court, which deals with traffic penalties, animal violations, municipal code, and zoning code violations. Interested persons may obtain Centennial City court records from the clerks.

The location of courts in Centennial City are below:

Arapahoe County District Court - Centennial
Arapahoe County Justice Center
7325 South Potomac Street,
Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: (303) 649-635

Centennial Municipal Court
13133 East Arapahoe Road,
Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: (303) 754-3380

Are Centennial City Court Records Public?

According to the Colorado Revised Statutes, most Centennial City court records are publicly available for viewership. However, certain court records are unavailable for public viewership if they contain details of:

  • At-risk adults.
  • Juveniles.
  • Sex assaults.
  • Child abuse.
  • Ongoing court proceedings

Court records with the above information are available only to individuals who can provide a valid state or federal-issued ID.

Can You Look Up a Centennial City Court Case Online?

The Arapahoe County District Court in Centennial City allows interested persons to search online for court dockets using the Arapahoe County Docket Search web form. Interested persons may find both criminal and civil court case dockets. The Centennial City Municipal Court also allows public members to search online for traffic violation information using its webpage.

How to Obtain Centennial City Civil Court Case Records

The Arapahoe County District Court allows interested parties to obtain Centennial City civil court case records online, in-person, or US mail. For online records, interested persons may access court dockets on the Arapahoe County Docket Search web form. However, such court records are unofficial. For official Centennial City civil court case records, interested persons may complete an Arapahoe Document Request Form and present it to the Court Clerk’s office in-person. Requesters may obtain copies in electronic or paper form. Electronic copies of court records are twenty-five cents per page, while paper copies cost seventy-five cents per page. All judgment transcripts cost $25 flat, and court record certification costs $20 per document.

The court clerk accepts in-person payment in cash, check, or money order. Mail-in requesters must attach a check or money order for the amount, including postage, which varies according to the number of pages required.

Arapahoe County District Court - Centennial
Arapahoe County Justice Center
7325 South Potomac Street, Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: (303) 649-635

How to Obtain Centennial City Criminal Court Records

The Arapahoe County District Court allows interested parties to obtain Centennial City criminal court records online, in-person, or US mail. For online records, interested persons may access court dockets on the Arapahoe County Docket Search web form. However, such court records are unofficial. For official Centennial City criminal court records, interested persons may complete an Arapahoe Document Request Form and present it to the Court Clerk’s office in-person. Requesters may obtain copies in electronic or paper form. Electronic copies of court records are twenty-five cents per page, while paper copies cost seventy-five cents per page. All judgment transcripts cost $25 flat, and court record certification costs $20 per document.

The court clerk accepts in-person payment in cash, check, or money order. Mail-in requesters must attach a check or money order for the amount, including postage, which varies according to the number of pages required.

Arapahoe County District Court - Centennial
Arapahoe County Justice Center
7325 South Potomac Street, Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: (303) 649-635

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What are Centennial City Vital Records?

Government officials and employees in Centennial City generate vital records to note essential events among the city’s populace. These vital records typically mark the following events among residents: birth, death, marriage, and divorce. The Arapahoe County District Court handles Centennial City divorces and issues divorce records. Simultaneously, the Clerk and Recorder of Arapahoe County’s office provides Centennial City marriage records.

The Vital Records department of the Tri-County Health Department provides Centennial City birth and death records. Statewide, interested persons can obtain Centennial City vital records by querying the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

Where and How to Obtain Centennial City Divorce Records

The Arapahoe County District Court handles Centennial City divorces and issues copies of divorce records to interested persons. Anyone can access records of Centennial City divorces using the court’s Arapahoe County Docket Search web form. However, such divorce records are unofficial. For official copies of Centennial City divorce decrees, interested persons may complete an Arapahoe Document Request Form and present it to the Court Clerk’s office in-person. Copies of divorce records cost seventy-five cents per page, and court record certification costs $20 per document.

The court clerk accepts in-person payment in cash, check, or money order. Mail-in requesters must attach a check or money order for the amount, including postage, which varies according to the number of pages required.

Arapahoe County District Court - Centennial
Arapahoe County Justice Center
7325 South Potomac Street, Centennial, CO 80112
Phone: (303) 649-635

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment also allows interested individuals to request Centennial City divorce verification records in person or by mail. These are not officially usable documents and simply contain the divorce location and date and the divorcees’ names. Each certificate costs $17 for the first copy and $10 per additional copy.

To request divorce verification records in-person, interested persons may visit the Department’s Vital Records Section and make payment in cash. For mail-in requests, applicants must complete an online appointment form, attach a self-addressed and stamped envelope and a money order or check for the appropriate sum.

Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Vital Records Section
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246

Where and How to Obtain Confidential Centennial City Marriage Records

The office of the Clerk and Recorder of Arapahoe County manages the county’s marriage register and provides certified copies of Centennial City marriage certificates to the following persons:

  • The couples
  • The couples’ immediate family members
  • The couples’ legal representatives

To get certified copies of Centennial City marriage records, eligible persons may use the County Clerk and Recorder’s Online Document Search. They must first register on and log in to search the available records for copies of marriage certificates dating back to February 1, 1996. Once found, requesters may order copies of marriage certificates, which will be delivered by mail. Certified copies of marriage records cost twenty-five cents per page and $1 to certify the document. Requesters must also pay a credit card transaction fee of $2.

If searching for a copy of a marriage certificate issued before 1996, the requester may visit the Recording Division of the Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder any day from Monday to Friday between 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder
Recording Division
5334 S Prince St,
Littleton, CO 80120

Where and How to Obtain Public Centennial City Marriage Records

The office of the Clerk and Recorder of Arapahoe County manages the county’s marriage register and provides uncertified copies of Centennial City marriage certificates to the public.

To obtain uncertified copies of Centennial City marriage records, interested persons may use the County Clerk and Recorder’s Online Document Search. They must first register on and log in to search the available records for copies of marriage certificates dating back to February 1, 1996. Once found, requesters may order and download copies of marriage certificates. Uncertified copies of marriage records cost twenty-five cents per page, and requesters must also pay a credit card transaction fee of $2.

If searching for a copy of a marriage certificate issued before 1996, the requester may visit the Recording Division of the Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder any day from Monday to Friday between 7:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder
Recording Division
5334 S Prince St,
Littleton, CO 80120

Where and How to Obtain Centennial City Birth Records

The Vital Records department of the Tri-County Health Department maintains the Arapahoe County birth register and provides certified copies of Centennial City birth records to eligible persons, including:

  • The registrant (above 18 years old);
  • The registrant’s parents (named on the record);
  • The registrant’s spouse
  • The registrant’s immediate family members
  • The registrant’s legal representatives
  • Persons with a court order or subpoena

Eligible persons can request Centennial City birth records by scheduling an appointment to visit the Greenwood Village office of Vital Records in person. Requesters must provide a valid government-issued ID to prove eligibility and make payment by cash, check, money order, and credit card. Certified copies of birth certificates cost $20, and additional copies cost $13 each. Requesters may also apply for copies of birth certificates by mail or fax. Requesters must complete a Birth Certificate Application form and attach a photocopy of a valid ID and a check or money order for the appropriate sum.

Office of Vital Records
6162 S. Willow Drive
Suite 100
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Fax: (303) 221-2906

Where and How to Obtain Centennial City Death Records

The Vital Records department of the Tri-County Health Department maintains the Arapahoe County death register and provides certified copies of Centennial City death records to eligible persons, including:

  • The decedent’s spouse;
  • The decedent’s immediate family members;
  • The decedent’s legal representatives;
  • Anyone mentioned in a will as a beneficiary to the decedent’s estate;
  • Persons with a court order or subpoena

Eligible persons can request Centennial City death records by scheduling an appointment to visit the Greenwood Village office of Vital Records in person. Requesters must provide a valid government-issued ID to prove eligibility and make payment by cash, check, money order, and credit card. Certified copies of death certificates cost $20, and additional copies cost $13 each. Requesters may also apply for copies of death certificates by mail or fax. Requesters must complete a Death Certificate Application form and attach a photocopy of a valid ID and a check or money order for the appropriate sum.

Office of Vital Records
6162 S. Willow Drive
Suite 100
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Fax: (303) 221-2906