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Broomfield County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Broomfield County Public Records?

Under the CORA, all writings made, maintained, received, or shared by the state or any of its agencies are public. However, not all records may be accessible to the public. In some instances, some records may be expressly restricted by state and federal laws or the court. Some examples of restricted records include juvenile records and vital records.

Broomfield County Crime Statistics

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) provides online access to the state’s crime data. Since 1975 the State of Colorado has maintained crime statistics through a uniform crime reporting system, sorting the offenses into violent and property crimes. In 2019, Broomfield County recorded 2 murders, 36 sexual offenses including rape, and 55 aggravated assault cases. There were also 8 cases of robbery. Overall, Broomfield had a total of 101 violent crimes. The county also had 200 cases of burglary, 1,773 larcenies, 400 fraud incidents, and 139 motor vehicle thefts, making a total of 2,512 property crimes. Compared to 2018, Broomfield County experienced a 70% increase in violent crimes and a 16% decrease in property crimes.

Are Broomfield County Criminal Records Public?

Not all criminal records in Broomfield are public documents. In accordance with the CORA, access to some records, such as juvenile records, is expressly restricted. Criminal records are available with the Broomfield Police Department. Interested persons can make requests for Broomfield County criminal records at the Records Unit of the police department.

How to Obtain Broomfield County Police Reports and Arrest Records?

Broomfield Police department grants access to Broomfield arrest records. Interested persons can conduct searches and obtain copies. To obtain a police incident report via mail, send a completed records request form with a stamped, self-addressed envelope to the:

Broomfield Police Department
7, Descombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 438-6400

Interested persons may also request in person on weekdays between 8 00 a.m. and 5 00 p.m.

At the state level, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation provides access to arrest records through its Criminal Justice Information portal, which includes Broomfield County arrest records.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Broomfield County?

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation provides access to sex offender information through its Colorado Convicted Sex Offender Search platform in compliance with the Colorado Sex Offender Registry Act. Interested persons may carry out searches by providing the zip code, county, city, or name. Under the Colorado Sex Offender Act, felony sex offenders must be registered. The act also states that law enforcement must inform the public if there’s a sex offender present in a community. The Broomfield County Police Department also provides sex offender information. Interested persons may obtain this list from the records division of the police department at no extra cost.

How to Find Broomfield County Inmate Records?

Interested persons may obtain Broomfield inmate records through the inmate search tool maintained by the police department. Members of the public may also obtain inmate information by calling (720) 887-2000 and providing the first and last name of a suspected inmate. Alternatively, visit the county jail to request records. Available information includes:

  • Name of inmate
  • Date of Birth
  • I.D Number
  • Release Date
  • Bond Fee
  • Charge Description
  • Statute Number

How Do I Visit an inmate in Broomfield County Jail?

Visitors are required to register and schedule visits in advance. Registration can be done by calling (775) 434-8748. Members of the public can also visit remotely after registering for a fee.

All visits require appointments. Friends and family who wish to visit an inmate remotely can do so from Sunday to Saturday, at the following times:

9 a.m.-10:30 a.m.

12 noon - 4 p.m.

6:15 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Onsite visiting appointments are limited and issued on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests must also provide valid government-issued photo IDs such as a passport or driver’s license. Individuals who arrive at the county jail without a valid ID risk being denied entry. Applicants who submit fraudulent details may lose their visiting privileges. Requesters can verify the location of inmates using the county’s inmate locator tool. Physical visits are conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the following times

  • 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m.
  • 12 noon - 4 p.m.

Broomfield County Court Records

The Colorado Judicial Branch regulates the courts within the state. Broomfield County has three courts that handle different criminal, civil, family, and juvenile cases. These include the:

Broomfield District Court
17, Descombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (720) 887-2100
Fax: (720) 887-2122

Broomfield County Court
17 Descombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (720) 887-2100
Fax: (720) 887-2122

Broomfield Municipal Court
17 Descombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (720) 887-2100
Fax: (720) 887-2122

Are Broomfield County Court Records Public?

Broomfield County court records are accessible to the public, in accordance with the Colorado Open Resources Act. Records are made available by the Broomfield City and Court Clerk. Some exceptions may apply to juvenile records and other similar records restricted either by statute or by the courts. The county’s courthouse has a public service counter where members of the public may inquire about Broomfield court records housed within that court.

How to Obtain Broomfield County Civil Court Case Records?

The Broomfield City and Court Clerk keeps court records and enables the public to inspect and obtain copies of Broomfield civil court records either in person or by mail. Visitors can also visit the office at:

1 Descombes Drive,
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 238-6330
Fax: (303) 410-3815

The Colorado Judicial Branch also maintains records of all courts within the state. In accordance with the Colorado Open Resources Act (CORA), all records kept by state and local agencies are open to the public, except they fall within legal exceptions. Visitors can search and obtain copies of court records online or by filling a form that should be mailed to:

Broomfield Combined Courts
17, Descombes Drive,
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (720) 887-2100
Fax: (720) 887-2122

How to Obtain Broomfield County Criminal Court Records?

The Broomfield City and Court Clerk keeps court records and enables the public to inspect and obtain copies of Broomfield criminal court records by mail or in person. Visit the clerk’s office at:

1 Descombes Drive,
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 238-6330
Fax: (303) 410-3815

The Colorado Judicial Branch also maintains records of all courts within the state. In accordance with the Colorado Open Resources Act (CORA), all records kept by state and local agencies are open to the public, except they fall within legal exceptions. visitors can search and obtain copies of court records online, or by sending a completed request form to:

Broomfield Combined Courts
17, Descombes Drive,
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (720) 887-2100
Fax: (720) 887-2122

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

What are Broomfield County Vital Records?

Broomfield County vital records are records of significant life events such as births, deaths, and marriages. Unlike other government records, vital records are not public records. Only eligible individuals can access them. Eligible persons are individuals who bear the name on the record, or close relatives of such persons. To obtain records, requesters must provide names, dates, and locations.

Where and How to Obtain Broomfield County Divorce Records?

Broomfield County divorce records are not public records and may only be obtained by eligible persons. Such persons include:

  • Parties to the divorce
  • Parents
  • Stepparents
  • Children
  • Grandparents
  • Siblings
  • Grandchildren and great-grandchildren
  • In-laws
  • Aunts, nieces, uncles, and nephews
  • Legal representatives of any of the above
  • Paralegals
  • Creditors
  • Employers
  • Insurance companies

Persons listed above may also be required to provide further proof of eligibility. Interested eligible persons may obtain Broomfield divorce records from the Office of the Broomfield Clerk of District Court. Visitors may request divorce records in person on weekdays between 7 30 a.m and 2 00 p.m. at:

Broomfield Combined Courts
17 Descombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020

Visitors must provide valid means of identification, including the names of involved parties and the event date. The requester must also submit proof of a relationship to either divorced party.

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment also keeps records of divorces across the state. However, certified copies of divorce records cannot be obtained from this office. In-person requests for divorce verifications may be made by visiting the CDPHE’s main campus on weekdays between 8 30 a.m. and 4 00 p.m. at:

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

Interested persons may also send completed application forms, proof of eligibility, valid photo ID, and the required fee of $20 to the address above.

Where and How to Get Public Broomfield County Marriage Records?

All Broomfield County marriage records are restricted under law and require interested persons to have a right to obtain the record before gaining access.

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Broomfield County?

Broomfield marriage records may be obtained by

  • The couple
  • Parents
  • Siblings
  • Grandparents and great grandparents
  • Ex-spouses
  • Stepparents
  • Children and grandchildren
  • Inlaws
  • Aunts, uncles, and cousins
  • Legal representatives of any of the above
  • Paralegals
  • Consular officers
  • Probate researchers
  • Creditors
  • Anybody who can demonstrate a tangible interest

Certified marriage records for Broomfield County may be obtained from the Office of the Broomfield Clerk of District Court. Visitors can request marriage records by visiting the District Clerk in person at:

Broomfield Combined Courts
17 Descombes Dr.
Broomfield, CO 80020

Visitors must provide necessary details of the record, and valid means of identification to prove eligibility. There may be a need to submit extra proof of relationship in some instances.

A verification certificate may be obtained from the CDPHE in person or by mail. Complete an application form and take it to the state office during office hours or send the application form by mail to:

Vital Records - Certification
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246-1530

An application should be accompanied by a payment of $17 and a valid photo ID.

Where and How to Find Broomfield County Birth Records?

To obtain a Broomfield County birth certificate, the requester must be either:

  • The registrant
  • Parents of the registrant
  • Siblings of the registrant
  • Spouse
  • Adult children
  • Stepparents
  • Grandparents or great-grandparents
  • Legal guardian
  • A legal representative of any of the above

Copies of Broomfield County birth records are available for purchase at the office of the Broomfield County Clerk and Recorder located at:

George Di Ciero City and County Building
1 Descombes Drive,
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 238-6330

A copy of a Broomfield birth record costs $20. Extra copies ordered at the same period cost $13 each. Payment is via check or money order. Payment should be directed to the Vital Records Section of the department.

When requesting birth or death records, persons must tender a main or two subordinate means of identification according to C.R.S. 25-2-117. Eligible individuals are required to state the reason for the request. Residents may also obtain birth certificates from the CDPHE in person or by mail. In-person requests should be on weekdays between 8 30 a.m and 4 30 p.m. A completed application form should be brought in or sent by mail to:

Vital Records - Certification
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246-1530

Where and How to Find Broomfield County Death Records?

State certified copies of Broomfield County birth records are available only to persons eligible under the law. These persons include:

  • Current spouse
  • An ex-spouse
  • Parent
  • Stepparent
  • Children
  • Grandparents
  • Inlaws, uncles, aunts, nephews, and nieces
  • Siblings or half-siblings
  • Opposing counsel
  • Genealogists
  • Probate researchers
  • Creditors
  • Insurance companies
  • Beneficiaries
  • Funeral directors

Eligible persons may be required to provide evidence of eligibility or direct interest. Qualified interested persons may purchase certificates at the office of the Broomfield County Clerk and Recorder located at:

George Di Ciero City and County Building
1 Descombes Drive,
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 238-6330

When requesting birth or death records, persons must tender a main or two subordinate means of identification according to C.R.S. 25-2-117. Only persons whose names are on the records, close relatives, and legal representatives can access birth records. Eligible individuals are required to state the reason for the request.

Alternatively, requesters can obtain a Broomfield County death record from the CDPHE. An interested party may complete an application form to be brought into the CDPHE offices in person or sent by mail. The application should be accompanied by a $20 fee and necessary documents to prove eligibility and interest. These should be sent or brought to:

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