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Broomfield Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Broomfield Public Records?

Per the Colorado Open Records Act, Broomfield public records consist of all data created, received, corrected, and updated by government entities concerning a public activity. Furthermore, public documents may exist as videotapes, maps, photographs, books, audio files, emails, memoranda, notes, drafts, minutes, and symbols. Note that not all Broomfield public records are open to the public. Government agencies may exempt certain information from public records if it violates the record subject's privacy or safety. Under the Open Records Law, the following documents are exempt from public view:

  • Attorney-client communications;
  • Government personnel data and similar files, such as salary information and investigations of employee misconduct (if the charges are untrue after due investigations);
  • Architectural and official building plans of government-owned facilities;
  • Expunged or sealed criminal information;
  • Medical records that may violate the privacy of the record subject;
  • Voters’ registration information, such as email address, home address, and other identifying information;
  • Information about attorney-client privilege;
  • Law enforcement agencies’ investigatory files and procedures;
  • Preliminary notes, drafts, inter or intra-agency memoranda which are not used or retained by a public agency in decision-making;
  • Minutes of the meeting of public entities closed to the public;
  • Voted registration information containing a voter's email address, home address, and phone number;
  • Public documents containing information about the identity of informants in a law enforcement investigation;
  • Information security records that may reveal vulnerabilities to a public agency's information technology system;
  • Juvenile records and information;
  • Trade secrets or negotiations filed with a public agency for licensing purposes;
  • Pending litigation that involves a public agency or entity.

Public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific record or multiple city records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search, such as:

  • The address of the requestor;
  • A case number or file number (if known);
  • The location of the document or person involved;
  • The name of the subject involved in the record (not juvenile);
  • The last known or current address of the registrant.

Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Broomfield Crime Statistics

Criminal incidents and arrest events are collated and updated by the Broomfield Police Department. According to data published in the FBI Uniform Crime Report for 2019, the city of Broomfield documented 2,121 index crimes, consisting of 75 violent crimes and 2,046 property crimes. A breakdown of the overall figure revealed the following index crimes rates: two murders, 13 rapes, nine robberies, 51 aggravated assaults, 205 burglaries, 1,710 larceny thefts, 131 motor vehicle thefts, and three arson. Meanwhile, the City and County of Broomfield recorded 1,646 in 2016. Therefore, index crime rates in Broomfield increased by 29 percent within a three-year gap.

Are Broomfield Criminal Records Public?

Broomfield criminal records are generally classified as public records unless exempt by law. For example, the Colorado Open Records Act prevents the disclosure of expunged or sealed criminal records. In addition, juvenile criminal records are only accessible to the record subject and entities with a legitimate interest in the document. Criminal records containing information on crime victims, witnesses, and complainants are also exempt from public view. The Records Unit of the Broomfield Police Department is the local record custodian of all criminal records. Interested persons or entities can receive Broomfield criminal documents in person at:

Broomfield Police Department
7 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 438-6420
Fax: (303) 438-6490

The Records Unit accepts all forms of payment for criminal records requests. It costs $10 to obtain a criminal history check from the Records Unit.

Similarly, the Colorado Bureau of Investigations maintains an online database of all criminal history records in Broomfield. Record seekers may access the documents by creating an account or signing in as a guest on the online database. To obtain information via the guest option, record seekers must fill out:

  • The offender's first and last name;
  • Birthdate;
  • Social security number (for an accurate search result)
  • CBI-provided IDT number.

The Colorado Judicial Branch is also an alternative resource for accessing Broomfield criminal records. Public members can conduct online searches for criminal case records via the online searchable portal.

How to Obtain Broomfield Police Reports and Arrest Records

Interested persons or entities can obtain crime/incident or accident reports from the Broomfield Police Department's Records Unit. Broomfield police reports and arrest records are obtainable via mail, email, or in-person requests to the Records Unit. To access the document in-person, requesters must submit a completed police report request form to:

Broomfield Police Department
Records Unit
7 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 438-6420
Fax: (303) 438-6490

In contrast, record seekers may send the request form via email to police-records@broomfield.org. For mail orders for Broomfield police reports and arrest records, requesters must mail a completed request form alongside a check or money order to:

7 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Broomfield

The Sex Offenders Unit in the Colorado Bureau of Investigations maintains an online database of all sex offenders registered or currently residing in the city and county of Broomfield. In addition, the online database features information on sex offenders in these categories:

  • Sexually violent predators;
  • Offenders convicted of multiple violent or sexual felony offenses;
  • Offenders who failed to register with the Sex Offenders Unit;
  • Registered sex offenders.

To obtain a complete list of Broomfield sex offenders, record seekers may fill out a request form and mail the completed form alongside the required fee to the CBI Office at:

Sex Offender Registration Unit
690 Kipling Street, Suite 4000
Denver, CO 80215
Phone: (303) 239-4222
Fax: (303) 239-5788

On the other hand, record seekers can search and view sex offenders’ information via the CBI's name search and map search platforms.

How to Find Broomfield Inmate Records

The Broomfield Detention Center maintains an online list of all current inmates. Furthermore, the online list contains Broomfield inmate information, including the name, inmate ID, date of birth, release death, bond amount, bond fee, statute number, and charge description.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Broomfield City and County Jail?

The Broomfield Detention Center allows remote and onsite visitation for all incarcerated inmates. Irrespective of the type of visitation, visitors must register and schedule an appointment online or via phone call to the iWeb Customer Service at (775) 434-8748.

Visitors may communicate with inmates remotely by using the remote visitation platform. Remote visitation is 15 minutes, and each session costs $5 and $9 for the public and professional visitors, respectively. Furthermore, visitors may communicate with inmates within these timeframes:

  • 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
  • 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • 6:15 p.m. to 9 p.m.

For onsite visits, visitors must schedule an appointment and visit inmates at:

Broomfield Detention Center
11600 Ridge Parkway
Broomfield, CO 80021
Phone: (720) 887-2000
Fax: (720) 887-2001

Furthermore, visitors must present a valid ID and must be at least 18 years old to visit inmates at the Broomfield Detention Center. Thus, interested persons can visit Broomfield inmates on Tuesdays and Thursdays at:

  • 9 a.m.to 10:30 a.m.
  • 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
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What are Broomfield Vital Records?

Vital records in Broomfield consist of government-generated documents on all reported life events like birth, death, marriage, and divorce. Public agencies maintain these records at the county and state levels. Therefore, interested public members can request to view or get copies of Broomfield vital records. In the case of confidential documents like birth records, public agencies may restrict access to the record bearer and other selected parties. Interested persons can access divorce, birth, divorce, and marriage records from the Broomfield’s Clerk and Recorder.

Where and How to Obtain Broomfield Divorce Records

Public members can request Broomfield divorce records from the Broomfield County Clerk's Office in person or via mail. To receive Broomfield divorce records, record seekers may visit the Clerk's Office at:

Broomfield Combined Courts
17 Descombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 654-3213

For mailed requests, interested persons must send a written request containing the record subjects' names and other details of the divorce event to:

Broomfield Combined Courts
17 Descombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020

Conversely, the Colorado Judicial maintains an online searchable database for all divorce certificates generated in Broomfield. To access divorce documents on the platform, record seekers must select the county and the type of court where the divorce event occurred. Furthermore, record seekers must provide:

  • The case number;
  • Record subjects' first and last names;
  • Attorney bar number.

Likewise, the Colorado Department of Health and Environment (CDPHE) maintains and enables access to divorce verification documents created in the Broomfield. Interested persons can order Broomfield divorce verification documents by scheduling an appointment online. After selecting the appointment date, record seekers must input their details and confirm the appointment before accessing divorce documents. Note that the CDPHE can only verify divorce events from 1900 to 1939 and from 1968 to the present.

Where and How to Get Broomfield Marriage Records

The Clerk and Recorder of Broomfield is the custodian of marriage records at the local level. Furthermore, the Clerk and Recorder's Office will only issue certified marriage records to the record bearers. Record seekers may apply for marriage certificates in person at:

George Di Ciero City and County Building
1 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 469-3301

Furthermore, record seekers must present the following documents during in-person requests:

  • Proof of identification showing the date of birth;
  • Affidavit of No Social Security Number (if the applicant does not have a social security number);
  • A $1.25 fee for the certified Broomfield marriage certificate.

Similarly, the Colorado Department of Health and Environment (CDPHE) maintains and issues marriage verification documents to interested persons. Record seekers can order Broomfield marriage verification documents by scheduling an appointment online. In addition, record seekers must input their details and confirm the appointment before accessing marriage documents. Note that the CDPHE can only provide marriage verification documents from 1900 to 1939 and from 1968 to the present.

Where and How to Find Broomfield Birth Records

Public members can obtain Broomfield birth certificates from the Record Office located at:

George Di Ciero City and County Building
1 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 469-3301

To receive Broomfield birth documents in person, record seekers must present a valid ID from the primary list and secondary list to the Broomfield Clerk and Recorder's Office.

Alternatively, requesters can send mail requests for birth certificates via these steps:

  1. Download the birth certificate application form;
  2. Include a valid ID from the primary list and secondary list;
  3. Attach a $20 money order or check;
  4. Send the documents mentioned above to one of these locations:

Central Records Office
George Di Ciero City and County Building
1 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 469-3301

Health and Human Services
100 Spader Way
Broomfield, CO 80020

Alternatively, the CDPHE issues birth certificate verification documents to interested applicants. Record seekers can order Broomfield birth verification documents by scheduling an appointment online. After selecting the appointment date, record seekers must input their personal details and confirm the appointment before accessing birth documents.

Where and How to Find Broomfield Death Records

Broomfield death records are accessible to interested public members via the Broomfield Clerk and Recorder's Office. Requesters may send mail requests for Broomfield death certificates via these steps:

  1. Download and print out the death certificate application form;
  2. Include a valid ID from the primary list and secondary list;
  3. Attach a $20 money order or check;
  4. Send the aforementioned documents to one of these locations:

Central Records Office
George Di Ciero City and County Building
1 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
Phone: (303) 469-3301

Health and Human Services
100 Spader Way
Broomfield, CO 80020

Alternatively, the CDPHE issues copies of death verification documents to interested applicants. Record seekers can order Broomfield birth verification documents by scheduling an appointment online. After selecting the appointment date, record seekers must type in their personal information on the subsequent page.