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Longmont Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Longmont City Public Records?

In compliance with the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA), Longmont public records contain all information and documents created, preserved, or kept by the city. The law also includes records from any corporation, organization, non-profit group, or political subdivision of the city maintained by any local, government-sponsored body. The law considers documents public if used to perform the duties necessary or approved by law, by an administrative rule, or concerning spending or receiving public funds. Public records in Longmont do not contain;

  • Specific reports on criminal justice excluded from public inspection by law;
  • The results of work done for elected officials;
  • Records of colleges and their students;
  • Medical history and other related data;
  • Records and data on purchasers and recipients of the prepaid expense trust fund and the prepaid expense scheme for advance payment contracts;
  • Proprietary information and trade secrets;
  • Some security incident monitoring information;
  • Security assessment and audit reports;
  • Details submitted to the state medicinal marijuana licensing authority;
  • Information collected, created, or kept confidential by the District Attorney or Crime Victims Compensation Board;
  • Notice to an authorized agent of possible non-accidental fire losses or illegal insurance measure;
  • Any public agency's information security strategy or that of an educational institution; and
  • All materials concerning the purchase, growth, funding, lease, or sale of a property before the deal’s conclusion

Longmont City Crime Statistics

The Colorado Department of Public Safety oversees the state's criminal information. At the local level, the Longmont Police Department provides public access to the city's crime statistics. Based on the 2019’s reports, the city recorded one murder, 110 forcible rape offenses, 32 robberies, 190 aggravated assaults, 291 burglaries, 1,965 larceny-thefts, 300 motor vehicle thefts, and 42 arson. Longmont's crime count increased by one percent from the previous year. The city’s crime rate was 3012.4 crimes per 100,000 population, a number that represents a decrease by less than one percent from the previous year.

Are Longmont City Criminal Records Public?

The criminal histories of Longmont residents are largely open records and are readily accessible. Publicly available Longmont criminal records are name-based, whereas fingerprint-based versions are limited to authorized individuals and the report’s subject. Longmont City criminal records provide details about the criminal past of residents in the region. They include personal information about the registrant, arrest history, convictions, and information about their imprisonment. The State’s Department of Public Safety (DPS) makes criminal records publicly available.

The Colorado Internet Criminal History Check System (ICHC) helps concerned individuals to perform searches on the Internet using the subject’s name. Users should input the name, social security number, and date of birth of the subject. Any search on the program costs $5. Contact the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) of the DPS on (303) 239-4208 to learn more about criminal history. Interested people should visit one of the CBI offices for fingerprint-based criminal records.

How to Obtain Longmont City Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Longmont Police Services Records Department issues reports for incidents that occurred in Longmont City. They are open every weekday, from 7.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m., and requesters can obtain police reports in person or by mail. To get the reports, people may have to first call the office on (303) 651-8502 to confirm that the required report is available and releasable. After that, they can complete the report request form either in English or Spanish and submit it to:

Longmont Department of Public Safety
Records Unit
Kimbark St.,
Longmont, CO 80501

Requesters may have to pay a fee for the report. For more information regarding incident reports, please call records at (303) 651-8502. People can also obtain digital media consisting of photos, dispatch tapes, video, body cam footage. Requests for digital media can be made in person or by mail. To obtain digital media reports, people may have to call (303) 651-8502 to confirm that the requested information is available and releasable. They may also be required to fill out the digital media form request and submit it to:

Longmont Department of Public Safety
Records Unit
ATTN: Digital Media Evidence Technician
Kimbark St.,
Longmont, CO 80501.

Requesters may have to specify on the form how they would like to receive the digital media.

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) also provides an online Internet Criminal History Check System (ICHC) that public members can use to obtain Colorado arrest information.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Longmont City

The CBI handles records about sex offenders in the state. It delivers records about sex offenders to the public via the Colorado Sex Offender Registry. The system includes records on four types of sex offenders;

  • Adult offenders who do not register as is required for felony sex offenders;
  • Adult sex offense convicts who have registered with local law enforcement for a felony sex offense;
  • Adult multiple offenders convicted of several sexual felony offenses which may be violent; and
  • Sexually Violent Predators (SVPs)

The registry does not include information on sex offense convicts with misdemeanor sex offenses or the juvenile sex offense convicts. To get the full list of registered sex offenders in a particular local area or the state, complete the request form. The department may request reasonable fees for the application. Requesters can add the required payment and have the application delivered by mail or in-person to:

Colorado Bureau of Investigation
690 Kipling Street
Suite 4000
Denver, CO 80215
Phone: (303) 239-4222
Fax: (303) 239-5788
cdps.cbi.sor@state.co.us

The CBI also has a free subscription notification service allowing Longmont residents to get email alerts for the activities of sex offenders within specified regions. In addition, various Colorado Law Enforcement Agencies have teamed up to create the Sexual Offender Tracking And Registration (SOTAR) Platform. The SOTAR is a resource site for registered sex offenders living within the state of Colorado. Residents can search for sex offenders online using the SOTAR. People can search the online tool using the offender's full name, zip code, or conviction level. The Colorado Bureau of Investigations (CBI) also publishes a Top 100 Most Wanted list of Sex offenders.

The Boulder County Sheriff's Office also oversees registration for all sex offenders in the county. Residents of Longmont City can also obtain a full list of sex offenders at the Records Department of the Boulder County Sheriff office at:

Sheriff's Headquarters
Flatiron Parkway
Boulder, CO 80301

Requesters will need to provide their names, contact details, and valid I.D.

How to Find Longmont City Inmate Records

Longmont City jail is a custodial facility for keeping arrestees to prosecute them before the courts. The Longmont City Jail is run and managed by the city's police department. The jail only caters to the city of Longmont. Requesters can obtain inmate information by visiting the prison to inquire directly from the jail administration at

2250 Kimbark Street,
Longmont, CO 80501.
(303) 651-8504

Similarly, the Boulder County Sheriff's Office maintains records of people currently detained at the Boulder County Jail. The office publishes a listing report with the details of housed inmates inside the county jail during the past seven days. The office also produces a booking report showing all individuals received by the office from as far back as 2000. Interested persons can acquire records of the Longmont City inmate listings earlier than seven days or inmate booking before 2000 by contacting the Records Division of Boulder County Sheriff's Office.

Likewise, the Colorado Department of Corrections (DOC) manages an online search tool called an “inmate locator,” which the public may use to find Longmont City inmates. Individuals may search by filling out different fields, including the subject’s first and last name, gender, and Department of Corrections number. Alternatively, concerned parties can receive details regarding prisoners by calling the county support desk at (303) 441-3600 or transmitting an application to the local police.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Longmont City Jail?

Inmates do not stay long at the Longmont City Jail and are therefore not entitled to visits unless from their attorneys. The jail is a custodial facility for keeping arrestees before arraignment. Friends and family may have to wait for the inmate to be released or transferred to another facility. However, legal counsel can have access to inmates between 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. all through the week.

The Boulder County Jail allows face-to-face and video visits to its inmates. Video visits can be made during ordinary business hours, in the evenings, over the weekend, and on Holidays. They cost 20 cents every minute, and inmates are limited to 30-minutes per visit. Before scheduling an in-person visit, guests must pre-register with the jail reception during ordinary business hours from Monday to Thursday from 7:30 a.m. Up to 5 p.m. as well as Fridays from 7:30 a.m. hours. Up to 3:00 p.m.

The day before the planned visit, prospective guests’ must make their appointments. Call on Friday to arrange a visit for Monday. Visitors have to arrive no less than 15 minutes before their meetings to check in with the jail reception, or they may lose their visit.

All adult visitors must present a valid I.D. that includes their birth date and must clear a metal detector. Detainees are entitled to 1 appointment every week, from Monday to Friday. However, they can have up to 2 guests at one time, and an adult must supervise children under 18.

To plan a visit to the jail, call (303) 441-4600

Court Records

The Colorado Judiciary has eight types of courts. They are the Municipal Courts, County Courts, District Courts, the Denver Probate Court, the Water Court, the Denver Juvenile Court, the Court of Appeals, and the Colorado Supreme Court.

The City of Longmont houses a district court. Many civil and criminal proceedings like divorces, felonies, child custody, and other crimes are the district court’s general jurisdictions. Below is the court address:

Boulder County Combined Court - Longmont
1035 Kimbark Street
Longmont, CO 80501

Requesters can search the district court's online tool for docket information using the parties’ name or case number. People can also obtain court records by contacting the clerk at the courthouse.

Again, Boulder County's court system includes municipal courts. These municipal courts preside over civil protection orders and ordinance violations. Requesters can obtain court records of the Longmont municipal court by visiting:

Longmont Municipal Court
225 Kimbark Street
Longmont, CO 80501
Phone: (303) 774-4804
Fax: (303) 774-4345

Are Longmont City Court Records Public?

Yes. According to the Colorado Public Records Act (CORA), anyone across the state can access public records. The Colorado Public Records Act came into law in 1969, with new amendments made in 1977. Lawmakers created this act to enable every concerned person will receive public documents when they want them. Any records retained by State and local bodies can be acquired and copied by citizens, as long as any legislation does not restrict them. This transparency encourages a sense of personal responsibility among governments and the public and safeguards government accountability.

Can You Look Up a Longmont City Court Case Online?

Not all court records in Longmont are accessible online. Individuals may locate available court cases through the Colorado Judicial Branch's docket search service, or they can request online for public records. Case numbers, lawyer's bar number, case location and date, and the party/business name will be required to start the search. Requesters can also make case searches at third-party websites or by electronically contacting the Municipal Court of Longmont.

Longmont City court cases are available online through the United States District Court’s Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) site. However, individuals will have to register electronically for registration or dial (800) 676-6856 for registration assistance to use the PACER site.

The download of PACER case details costs 10 cents. The web archive holds dockets on civil litigation since July 1989 and on criminal litigations since November 1992. Several dockets on the platform include links to evidence filed in PDF format.

However, confidential information from cases, suppressed cases, probate records, juvenile records, and sealed documents are restricted from release and may require a court order or legitimate claims to earn disclosure.

How to Obtain Longmont City Civil Court Case Records

Longmont civil court case records are accessible at the District Clerk of Court. Longmont City houses the US state of Colorado’s 20th District Court, which hears and determines civil and domestic cases. Interested individuals can request a copy of these records in person or by postal mail from the Clerk's office. To render a submission in person, visit the Clerk from Monday to Friday at:

Boulder County Combined Court - Longmont
1035 Kimbark St
Longmont, CO 80501
(720) 564-2522
Fax: (303) 441-4750

The office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., but for one hour break from noon to 1:00 p.m. For applications via postal mail, applicants should contact the office of the clerk to establish the fees involved, then submit their payment and request to:

Attention: Clerk of Court
P.O. Box 4249
Boulder, CO 80306

People can also obtain civil court case records online through the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) platform. However, to access the PACER platform, individuals will have to register an account online or call (800) 676-6856 for registration assistance.

It costs 10 cents per page to download case information on PACER, but this cost never exceeds $3 per document. The portal provides audio files in MP3 format as part of the record of some court hearings. The U.S. Courts charge users quarterly if they accumulate over $30 in PACER bills during the previous quarter. These users will receive an invoice via email or postal mail.

Using PACER is free if the user is part of the case and has received a free copy of a Notice of Docket or Electronic Activity from a Longmont city court. Some courts grant fee exemptions to individuals or groups such as non-profit organizations, academic researchers, indigenes, and pro bono lawyers. PACER users can also freely access case details at any federal courthouse. All court opinions are free on the platform. The PACER Service Center can also find a user’s court records and deliver them by U.S. Mail or Electronically at a fee. The charge is $30 per item searched or by name, plus 10 cents for every page and 50 cents for every page of a physical copy.

How to Obtain Longmont City Criminal Court Records

The District Clerk of Court in Longmont provides criminal court case records. Longmont City houses the US state of Colorado’s 20th District Court, which hears and determines criminal cases. Parties concerned can ask for a copy of these court recordings in person or by mail from the clerk’s office. Visit the Clerk from Monday to Friday to make an application in person:

Boulder County Combined Court - Longmont
1035 Kimbark St
Longmont, CO 80501
(720) 564-2522
(303) 441-4750 (fax)

The office is open between 8:00 a.m and 5:00 p.m. except for one hour break time between noon and 1:00 p.m. For requests by postal mail, applicants should contact the clerk's office to determine required fees, then send payment and request to:

Attention: Clerk of Court
P.O. Box 4249
Boulder, CO 80306

Requesters can also get criminal court case records online over the Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) program. To access the PACER program, individuals must register an account online or contact (800) 676-6856 for assistance with their registration.

It takes 10 cents per page to extract case reports on PACER, but the maximum cost billable per document is $3. As part of the court transcription of some hearings, PACER provides audio files in MP3 format. The U.S. Courts direct users to pay their bills quarterly when they acquire more than $30 in PACER bills in a quarter. Those users will get an invoice in their email or by post.

Utilizing the PACER program is free for people who are part of the case and to whom a Longmont city court issues a free copy of a Notice of Docket or Electronic Activity. Some courts award fee exemptions to people or groups like academic researchers, indigenes, pro bono counselors, and non-profit organizations. All court opinions are free on the platform. It is also free to access case information on the PACER program from any federal courthouse.

The PACER Service Center finds court records and distributes them to users by postal mail or email at $30 per item or name searched. Users must also pay 10 cents for every page of an electronic copy and 50 cents for every page of a physical copy.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Longmont City Vital Records?

Longmont vital records are accounts of life milestones maintained by the government, including birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce certificates, and Longmont City death certificates. Following the Colorado state statute (C.R.S. 25-2-117), the responsible agency preserves and issues these records to only qualified people on request. Eligible applicants can obtain Longmont City vital records by appealing to the relevant control agency. They also require applicants to pay the department or agency’s appointed fees to access such vital records. Only the named party on the records, some of their family members, legal representatives, and some government officials can access non-historic vital records. Other people will have to show legitimate proof of vested interest to access Longmont City's vital records. But, agencies make old vital records open to the public after designated periods have passed, depending on the document type.

Copies of Longmont vital records are accessible at the county and state levels. The Boulder County Clerk & Recorder’s Office maintains Longmont marriage records. Simultaneously, the District Clerk of Boulder County Combined Court for Longmont is the divorce records’ chief custodian. The Boulder County Public Health Office issues copies of death and birth records. Additionally, vital records are obtainable from the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment at the state level.

Where and How to Obtain Longmont City Divorce Records

Requesters can obtain copies of Longmont City divorce records by contacting the Clerk of the Boulder County Combined Court Longmont at:

1035 Kimbark St
Longmont, CO 80501
(720) 564-2522
(303) 441-4750 (fax)

Additionally, the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment gives out verification certificates for divorces or marriage dissolutions. Eligible requesters can obtain a copy in person at:

The Vital Records Section
4300 Cherry Creek Drive
South Denver, CO 80246

Requesters can also obtain records by mail. They will have to submit a completed request form alongside a valid government-issued ID.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Longmont City

The Boulder County Clerk & Recorder’s Office maintains Longmont marriage records. A certified copy of a civil union or marriage license is available in person, over the phone, or by mail after recording the permit. Requesters must provide the following to receive a certified copy:

  • Names of the people in the civil union or marriage
  • Date of ceremony
  • $1.25 check or cash due to the Boulder County Clerk and Recorder
  • A mailing address for delivery
  • A self-addressed stamped envelope, 75cents for postage to get up to four copies, or $2 for postage to get five or more copies

A copy will only be issued after a request and payment is received at;

529 Coffman Street
Longmont, CO 80501
(303) 413-7770
clerkandrecorder@bouldercounty.org

Only qualified requesters can access confidential marriage records in Colorado state. They include the record owners, their direct family members (carrying proof of association), legally empowered persons, and anyone with a court order. However, after 75 years, Longmont City confidential marriage records become public.

Where and How to Get Public Longmont City Marriage Records

Only Longmont City marriage records documented before 1960 are considered public. The Colorado State Archives holds marriage records of the following type:

  • Marriage Application
  • Marriage Certificate
  • Marriage License
  • Marriage Record or Register

Most Longmont City marriage records will not include the names of the bride and groom’s parents. An excellent place to begin searching is the alphabetical listing of the Marriage Index covering the years 1890-1939 located on the Archives Search Database that contains:

  • The name of each spouse
  • The date of the marriage
  • The County
  • The marriage license number

Once the details for the Longmont marriage record has been established, requesters can send a formal request online, request in-person, by fax, or by postal mail to:

Colorado State Archives
Request Desk
1313 Sherman St
Room 120
Denver, CO 80203-2274
Fax: (303) 866-2229

The office is open to the public on Mondays to Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. but requires appointments for Friday visits. No records requests are processed after 3:30 p.m. or on Friday appointments. When mailing or submitting a Longmont marriage record request to the Colorado State Archives, include as many of the following data as possible:

  • Applicant’s name
  • Applicant’s return address or record delivery address
  • Applicant’s phone number
  • The government or county office
  • The type of record being requesting
  • The certificate, case, or any identifying number
  • The names of any people or organizations connected to the search
  • The best guess at the record’s date
  • The specific information or documents required from the requested record
  • Whether the record needs to be certified

If requesters present inadequate information, archives staff will inform the requester and close the request. Archivists will rarely fulfill requests that require "everything available on [insert topic]." Call the archives reference desk at (303) 866-2358 if unsure about the required information before mailing in a request. While there is no charge to search for records, there is a minimum fee requirement for every processed request. An archivist will try to contact requesters to process payment prior to processing any records request.

Requesters can acquire more recent Longmont City marriage records from the Boulder County Clerk & Recorder Office. The Recording Division maintains an online database for searching records of civil unions and marriages that occurred since 1860. Requesters can log in as guests but must pay a charge to view the actual record images. Users can either sign up as paid subscribers or order records individually following a successful search.

Where and How to Find Longmont City Birth Records

The Boulder County Public Health office issues certified records of births from 1904 to date. They restrict access to records to only eligible parties, such as the person named on the Longmont City birth certificate, immediate family member, and legal representatives. Requesters may have to submit a completed application form for birth records as well as a copy of their valid I.D. to:

Boulder County Public Health
Broadway
Boulder, CO 80304

Boulder County Public Health
Coffman Suites 200
Longmont, CO 80501

The office charges $20 for the first certified copy of a birth certificate and $13 for each additional copy of the same record.

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment also processes requests for birth records. People can apply for records in person at the Vital Records Section, located at:

4300 Cherry Creek Drive
South Denver, CO 80246

Requesters may have to present valid I.D. and other documents showing proof of relationship with the records’ subject.

Where and How to Find Longmont City Death Records

Requesters can obtain death records from the Boulder County Public Health Office. They restrict access to only eligible people, like the deceased’s parents, spouse, children, other immediate family members, and legal representatives. Requesters may have to submit a completed application form for death records as well as a copy of their valid I.D. to:

Boulder County Public Health
Broadway
Boulder, CO 80304

Boulder County Public Health
Coffman Suites 200
Longmont, CO 80501

The office charges $20 for the first certified copy of a death certificate and $13 for each additional copy of the same record.

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment also issues death records. People can apply for the records in person at the Vital Records Section, located at:

4300 Cherry Creek Drive
South Denver, CO 80246

Requesters may be required to provide a valid I.D. and other papers that show evidence of a close relationship with the records’ subject.