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Denver Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Denver Public Records

According to the Colorado Open Records Act, Denver public records consist of any data created, stored, filed, or reproduced by government bodies - except for records deemed confidential by the law. Denver public records may include documents, recordings, maps, and pictures. Custodial agencies may redact access to public records that contain the following:

  • Trade secrets
  • Work products created for elected officials.
  • Information on medical records.
  • Information on the identification of donors or the amount donated to an institution.

Crime Statistics

The Denver Police Department is responsible for the collation and documentation of crime statistics for the City and County of Denver. According to the 2018 Crime Statistics, Denver recorded a total number of 31,726 crimes. The report includes a total of 5,262 violent crimes and 26,464 property crimes. Larcenies-thefts were the highest property crime at 17,207, while the aggravated assault was the highest violent crime at 3,269. Compared with the 2016 Crime Statistics, the total number of crimes declined slightly by two percent. The number of reported Larceny-thefts dropped by 10 percent. In contrast, the number of aggravated assaults grew by 16 percent.

Are Denver Criminal Records Public?

Not all Denver criminal records are categorized as public records. The Colorado Bureau of Investigations only provides access to adult offenders’ criminal records, while juvenile criminal records are inaccessible to the public. Denver criminal records are only accessible to the record subject and requesters that sign up on the search platform.

How to Obtain Denver Police Reports and Arrest Records

The DPD provides access to Denver police reports and arrests records. Requesters can request police reports through the DPD's online platform or via mail-in services. Denver police reports and arrest records consist of the following information: offender's name, booking number, date of the arrest, the initial charges, and the fingerprint class. To obtain police reports and arrest records via online means, requesters should visit the online search platform. Conversely, requesters may request Denver arrests records by filling out and submitting the arrest record request form to the:

Denver Police Department Administration Building - Identification Section
1331 Cherokee Street
Room 416
Denver, CO 80204

Arrest records search costs a $15 fee payable in a money order or checks to the above-listed address.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Seattle

The DPD's Sex Offender Unit oversees the collation and documentation of all convicted sex offenders residing within the city and county. The Sex Offender Unit provides online and up-to-date information on sex offenders in alphabetical order. Therefore, requesters can search using the offender's last and first name.

How to Find Denver Inmates Records

The Denver Sheriff's Department, via the online inmate search platform, maintains and keeps records of all inmates incarcerated within the county. Hence, requesters can search for inmates by providing at least one of the following information: first name, ethnicity, booking number, status, facility, and CD Number.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Denver County Jail?

The Denver Detention Center (DDC) and the Denver County Jail enables on-site and remote video visits and walk-in visits. Visitors must create a Securus account to schedule a video visit. On-site video visits may last up to 30 minutes, and it is conducted via a designated terminal in the county jail.

On-site video visits occur within the following time duration: 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m; 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m; 3:00 p.m. to 4:00p.m.; 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. On the other hand, remote video visits occur within the following time duration: 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.; 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.; 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Court Records

As part of the Colorado State 2nd Judicial District, the city and county of Denver provide the members of the public with access to different types of Denver court records. These publicly available court records include domestic relations records, criminal records, civil records, administrative records, traffic records, and probate records.

Location of Courts in Denver

The City and County of Denver have two District Courts, two County Courts, one Probate Court, and one Juvenile Court. The address and contact details of the courts are listed below:

Denver County District Court - Civil Division
Denver City and County Building
1437 Bannock Street
Room 256
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (720) 865-8301

Denver County District Court - Criminal Division
Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse
520 West Colfax Avenue
Room 135
Denver, CO 80204
Phone: (720) 865-8301

Denver County Court - Civil Division
Denver City and County Building
1437 Bannock Street
Room 135
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (720) 865-7840

Denver County Court - Criminal Division
Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse
520 West Colfax Avenue
Room 160
Denver, CO 80204
Phone: (720) 337-0410

Denver Probate Court
Denver City and County Building
1437 Bannock Street
Room 230
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (720) 865-8310 ext. 1

Denver Juvenile Court
Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse
520 West Colfax Avenue
Room 160
Denver, CO 80204
Phone: (720) 337-0410

Are Denver Court Records Public?

According to the Colorado Open Records Act, Denver court records are public and accessible to the members of the public. However, court records containing information on juvenile court cases, probate court cases, and suppressed cases are deemed confidential by the law. Hence, requesters may need to provide a valid state or federal issued ID to access these confidential and protected court records.

Can You Look Up a Denver Court Case Online?

The Denver Clerk of Courts does not provide online access to Denver court records. Court records are only accessible to requesters via mail-in services and walk-in requests.

How to Obtain Denver City Civil Court Case Records

Denver City civil court case records are available to requesters either through mail requests or in-person requests. To obtain Denver civil court case records via mail, requesters may fill the online request form. Requesters should fill in the following information; applicant's name, mailing address, type of requested court record, case number and type, and other case identifying information.

Electronic copies of civil court cases cost $5 per document and an additional $0.25 for on-site retrieval. Certified copies cost $20 per document. The postage fee also applies, and it is dictated by the number of pages requested. To obtain Denver civil court records in-person, requesters should visit:

1437 Bannock Street
Room 256 (Clerk's Office)
Room 431 (Jury)
Denver, CO 80202

How to Obtain Denver City Criminal Court Case Records

Interested persons may obtain Denver City criminal court case records either through mail requests or in-person requests. To get criminal court records via mail, requesters should fill out the online application form. The online form contains the following information: applicant's name, mailing address, type of requested court record, case number and type, and other case identifying information. An electronic criminal court case costs $5 per document and an additional $0.25 for on-site retrieval. Certified copies cost $20 per document. The postage fee also applies, and it is dictated by the number of pages requested. To obtain Denver criminal court records in-person, requesters should visit:

1437 Bannock Street
Room 256 (Clerk's Office)
Room 431 (Jury)
Denver, CO 80202

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What are Denver Vital Records?

Denver vital records are government-verified documents that consist of recorded life occurrences within the city. Vital records contain information on the following life occurrences - birth, death, marriage, and divorce. These vital records are maintained at not only the county level but also at the state level by different custodian agencies. Requesters may request these records by following the instructions provided by these vital records custodian agencies.

Where and How to Obtain Denver Divorce Records

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment maintains and provides access to Denver divorce records verification at the state level. Hence, requesters can request divorce verification records from the custodial agency via mail. Requesters should note that divorce verification certificates contain the record bearers’ names, dates, and where the requester filed the divorce. To obtain divorce verification certificates via mail, requesters must fill the online appointment form. Divorce verification certificates cost $17 for the first copy and an additional $10 for subsequent copies. To get divorce verification records in-person, requesters may visit the Vital Records Section of the CDPHE at:

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

In addition to this, requesters can get access to copies of the original divorce decree by visiting the Denver County's Clerk of the District Court at:

1437 Bannock Street
Room 281
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (303) 606-2442

Where and How to Obtain Denver Marriage Records

The CDPHE via the Vital Records Section provides access to verified certifications of Denver marriage records. Requesters can obtain marriage records from 1900 to 1939 and from 1975 to the present from the CDPHE. In addition to this, requesters can only obtain marriage verification records via appointment on the official platform. Requesters must select an appointment date and fill out other information such as the record bearers’ names, the date, and the county where the marriage occurred. Furthermore, requesters must pay $17 for the first copy and an additional $10 for subsequent marriage records. Requesters can also obtain marriage verification records in-person by visiting the:

1437 Bannock Street
Room 281
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (303) 606-2442

Where and How to Obtain Denver Birth Records

The Denver Public Health Department (DPHD) is the primary custodian for all birth events recorded in the city and county. Record seekers may request birth records from the DPH through the following methods; phone, mail, and in-person. The DPH releases birth records to only the following eligible requesters:

  • The record bearer.
  • Immediate family of the record bearer. The DPH accepts birth certificates, marriage certificates, and court-verified guardianship documents as proof of eligibility.
  • Legal representatives of the record bearer.

Record seekers can obtain birth records in person by visiting the DPH at:

120 West 5th Avenue
Denver, CO 80204

To request and obtain birth records via mail, requesters must fill out the Birth record request form and mail the completed form to the:

Denver Public Health
120 West 5th Avenue
Denver, CO 80204

In addition to this, call (303) 602-3660 to obtain birth records by phone. Requesters must provide proof of identification when requesting birth records. More so, birth records cost $20 for 1st certified copy and $13 for additional certified copies.

Where and How to Obtain Denver Death Records

Interested persons may obtain certified copies of death records from the Denver Public Health Department (DPHD), which acts as the primary custodian for all death events recorded in the city and county. Record seekers may request copies of death certificates via the following methods; phone, mail, and in-person. The DPH releases death records to only the following eligible requesters:

  • The record bearer.
  • Immediate family of the record bearer. The DPH accepts birth certificates, marriage certificates, and court-verified guardianship documents as proof of eligibility.
  • Legal representatives of the record bearer.

To obtain death records in person, interested parties may visit the DPH at:

120 West 5th Avenue
Denver, CO 80204

To request and obtain death records via mail, requesters must fill out the death record request form and mail the completed form to the:

Denver Public Health
120 West 5th Avenue
Denver, CO 80204

Requesters must also provide proof of identification when requesting death records. More so, death records cost $20 for 1st certified copy and $13 for additional certified copies.