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Pueblo Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Pueblo Public Records?

Under the CORA, public records include all documents generated or maintained by government agencies in performing their statutory functions. These records include photographs, writings, recordings, tapes, and other forms in which the information is created or maintained. However, some records, including the following, are not public records and are exempt from public disclosure:

  • Emergency response plans
  • Medical records
  • Information on active law enforcement investigation or other intelligence data
  • Security details and arrangement
  • Personnel files
  • Trade secrets
  • Employment records
  • Sexual harassment investigations and complaints
  • Records considered confidential by state law, federal statute, or Supreme Court rule

Pueblo Crime Statistics

The Pueblo Police Department (PPD) publishes an annual report containing information on criminal activity in the city. The PPD's annual report displays crime statistics for several types of offenses, including crimes against persons, crimes against property, public order crimes, drug/alcohol offenses, white-collar crimes, and others. According to the 2019 report, the PPD recorded 949 crimes against persons, including 13 homicides, 185 sexual assaults, 187 robberies, and 564 cases of aggravated assault. The rate of person crimes dropped by 7.9% compared to figures from 2018.

Also in 2019, reported crimes against property include 977 burglaries, 730 thefts from motor vehicles, 3,647 cases of larceny/theft, 834 motor vehicle thefts, and 66 arson cases. The total number of crimes against property was 6,254, a 12% drop from the 7,108 recorded in 2018.

Other reported offenses include 1,466 public order crimes, 920 white-collar crimes, 691 drug/alcohol offenses, and 1,316 other crimes. Overall, the 2019 grand total was 13,848, falling 7.7% from the previous year.

Are Pueblo Criminal Records Public?

Pueblo criminal records are public records under Colorado law. Residents are allowed to request criminal history information for themselves and third parties. However, some information may be unavailable to the public. For instance, an applicant may be denied access to a criminal record if disclosure would conflict with the public interest. Furthermore, access to a criminal record may be denied if disclosure would be detrimental to an active investigation or prosecution. Interested persons may contact the Pueblo Police Department to obtain criminal records. Each record costs $10 and a possible $20 fee if fingerprints are required.

How to Obtain Pueblo Police Reports and Arrest Records

The PPD ensures access to police reports and arrest records through its Records Section. Each police report costs $5 for the first 15 pages and 25 cents for each additional page. For an arrest record, the PPD charges $10. Email reports may also be accessible to the public at the original price of the record, without any additional fees. Some crime victims are entitled to receive free copies of their reports. Applicable crimes include:

  • Assault
  • Indecent exposure
  • Kidnapping
  • Ethnic intimidation
  • First-degree burglary
  • Manslaughter
  • Stalking
  • Domestic violence
  • Child abuse
  • Robbery
  • Sexual assault

A person interested in a Pueblo police report may fill a records request form with information on the record and the requestor's details. Note that the received record should not be used to solicit business or for other financial gains. Visit the PPD or send the request to:

Pueblo Police Department
200 South Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 553-2498

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Pueblo

The Pueblo Police Department provides residents with access to online sex offender information. Through the PPD's sex offender search, interested persons may find sex offenders by name, race, sex, and age. The search function also allows users to find sex offenders by location, using the offender's street name, neighborhood, and by specifying a search range.

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) maintains an online registry of all registered sex offenders in the state. An interested party may search by providing the offender's last name, first name, city, county, or zip code. Users may also search for known aliases or specify the offender's conviction level. Available information includes the offender's name, aliases, address, designation, and physical description. The search result further displays a booking photograph and the offender's conviction details.

How to Find Pueblo Inmate Records

Information on Pueblo inmates is obtainable from the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office (PCSO). Interested persons may use the inmate lookup function to find details on incarcerated persons. The search function allows users to input an inmate's first name and last name. The page also shows the current number of incarcerated persons. Obtainable information on the database includes each inmate's full name, physical description, case number, the arresting officer, and possible release date. The search result also shows charge and bond details.

How Do I Visit an Inmate at the Pueblo County Detention Center?

The Pueblo County Detention Center handles visitation scheduling through a third-party vendor as provided on the facility's website. Interested persons may directly reach out to the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office for more information.

Pueblo County Sheriff's Office
909 Court Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 583-6125

Court Records

The city of Pueblo has a District Court, a County Court, and a Municipal Court, which all operate as part of the Colorado Judicial Branch. The Pueblo County District Court has general jurisdiction over all criminal and civil cases. The court hears general civil claims regardless of the amount in dispute. It also handles probate, domestic relations, juvenile, and mental health matters.

The County Court is a court of limited jurisdiction that hears petty offenses, misdemeanors, and several other general civil cases. The County Court handles preliminary hearings for criminal cases and sometimes shares jurisdiction with the District Court. The Pueblo Municipal Court mostly handles violations of town and city ordinances. The District and County Courts both sit at the Pueblo Courthouse.

Locations of Courts in Pueblo

Pueblo Combined Court
Pueblo County Courthouse
501 North Elizabeth Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 404-8700

Pueblo Municipal Court
200 South Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 562-3810
Fax: (719) 562-3811
Email: municipalcourt@pueblo.us
Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday

Are Pueblo Court Records Public?

Pueblo court records are considered public information. City residents may obtain copies of most court records from the County or District Courts. However, some records may not be accessible if the records contain information considered private. Also, members of the general public may not gain access to sealed court records. In some cases, access to court records is restricted to persons involved, immediate family members, attorneys, and legal representatives. Some of these include juvenile, mental health, adoption, dependency, and some probate matters.

Can You Look Up a Pueblo Court Case Online?

Interested persons may access Pueblo court records using the Pueblo County Docket Search. Users may find records by providing as much information as the fields available on the search page. Search by the case date range, case number, a party's first and last names, and an attorney bar number. Furthermore, users may specify the court that handled the case and include the court division.

How to Obtain Pueblo Court Case Records

The Pueblo Combined Court allows general public access to all non-confidential and public court records. To request a Pueblo court record, download and complete the research request form. Fill the form with the names of involved parties, dates of births, filing year, case time, and case number, if available. Requestors may also include additional information on the desired record. In addition, include the requestor's details, such as a name, email address, mailing address, and daytime phone number.

Each record costs a non-refundable $5 search fee. Certification costs $20 per document, and exemplification costs $20 per case. Note that some cases may require extensive research, which costs $20 per hour. In addition to the above, the court charges copy fees at 75 cents per page. Interested persons may visit the courthouse or send the record to:

Pueblo County Combined Court
Pueblo County Courthouse
501 North Elizabeth Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 404-8700
Email: 10JDRecordRequest@judicial.state.co.us

Residents may request copies of court records since 1980. Each requestor must include a driver's license or another government-issued ID. Requests are completed within three days, or seven days if the record is not on site. Domestic cases from October 1975 through 1981, and Probate cases before Jan 12, 196,5 are only accessible from the Colorado State Archives.

The Pueblo County Combined Court only entertains requests for District and County Court cases. Persons interested in Municipal Court records must visit or send a request to the:

Pueblo Municipal Court
200 South Main Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 562-3810
Fax: (719) 562-3811
Email: municipalcourt@pueblo.us

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

What are Pueblo Vital Records?

Pueblo vital records are records that consist of information on life events that happen in the city. Vital records are created and maintained by the government and include information on births, deaths, marriages, and divorces. Pueblo vital records are obtainable from the District Court, Clerk and Recorder's Office, and Vital Records Office. However, access to these records is restricted to the persons named, family members, and legal representatives.

Where and How to Obtain Pueblo Divorce Records

The Pueblo County District Court Clerk maintains copies of Pueblo divorce records. Interested persons may contact the District Court with information and must provide details of the desired records. These details should include the names of the divorced parties, the date of divorce, and details of the court judgment. Send the request to the court or visit:

Pueblo County Combined Court
Pueblo County Courthouse
501 North Elizabeth Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 404-8700

Where and How to Obtain Confidential Marriage Records

Persons interested in obtaining marriage records may contact the Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder's Office. Access to Pueblo marriage records is restricted to either married party and any other requestor that can provide a direct and tangible interest in the record. This includes immediate family members and legal representatives. Eligible persons may send requests to, or visit the:

Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder
Pueblo County Historical Courthouse
215 West 10th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 583-6507
Fax: (719) 583-4894

Where and How to Find Pueblo Birth Records?

The Pueblo County Department of Public Health and Environment maintains records of births in the city. Birth records are private records and are only available to eligible persons. Under the Colorado law, the department's Vital Records Office may only entertain requests for birth certificates from the person named on the record and other persons related in any of the following ways:

  • Child or grandchild
  • Parent, grandparent, or stepparent
  • Sibling
  • Legal guardian
  • Legal representative
  • Any other person that can prove a direct and tangible interest in the record

Eligible persons may request in person, by mail, or by email. To order a Pueblo birth record, download and complete a birth certificate request form. Each record costs a non-refundable $20 fee for the first copy. An additional copy of the same record costs $13 if requested at the same time as the first. Mail requests require payment via money order or check made out to the "Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment" or the "PDPHE". In-person requestors may pay in cash or with cards from Visa or Mastercard. Each request also requires a valid government-issued ID as described on the request form. Send the request, ID, and payment to:

Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment
Vital Records Office
101 West 9th Street
1st Floor
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 583-4555
Email: vitalrecords@pueblocounty.us
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday

Where and How to Find Pueblo Death Records

Pueblo death records are not public records. The Vital Records Office will issue a copy of a Pueblo death record only if the requestor can prove a direct and tangible interest in the record. Such persons may include:

  • Current spouse
  • Parent or grandparent
  • Attorney or legal representative
  • Sibling
  • Child
  • Any other person that can prove an interest in the record

If eligible, complete a death request certificate. Each certificate costs $20 for the first copy and $13 for each extra copy of the same certificate if ordered at the same time. If the death date is not available, the Vital Records Office will charge a $1 fee for each year searched. Checks and money orders for mail requests should be made payable to "PDPHE" or "Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment". Send the completed form, payment, and government-issued ID to:

Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment
Vital Records Office
101 West 9th Street
1st Floor
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 583-4555
Email: vitalrecords@pueblocounty.us
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday