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Westminster Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Westminster Public Records?

According to the Colorado Open Records Act, Westminster's public records consist of any information produced, stored, filed, corrected, or re-produced by local and state government entities, unless exempted by the Open Records Act. Westminster public records may exist as traditional written documents such as books and papers, photographs, maps, statistical tables and graphs, sound recordings, tapes, films, and computer-generated documents such as emails. Local and state agencies or departments, which act as custodian agencies for public records, may redact portions or whole public documents if it contains at least one of the following elements:

  • Information on personnel files (telephone numbers, home addresses, and financial information).
  • Letters of reference.
  • Data on sexual harassment investigations and complaints.
  • Trade secrets, and financial or commercial data.
  • Law enforcement investigations and security procedures.
  • Information on administrative or civil investigations.
  • Proprietary data tender by a broadband service provider.
  • Information security assessment reports, incident reports, and audits.
  • Information on materials and resources handled by a crime victim compensation board
  • Medical records.
  • Proprietary information concerning software and source codes.
  • Data on the security plan of a public entity (public agencies and institutions of higher learning).
  • Criminal justice records exempted by Colorado Law section 24-72-301.

Crime Statistics

The Westminster Police Department is responsible for generating and maintaining arrest records and crime statistical reports for all reported crimes within the city. It also creates yearly statistical information forwarded for incision into the FBI's Uniform Crime Report.

According to the 2019 FBI UCR, the city of Westminster saw a total number of 4,028 reported crimes. This figure comprises 316 violent crimes and 3,712 property crimes. The reported violent crimes include two murders, 53 rapes, 77 robberies, and 184 aggravated assaults. On the other hand, the recorded property crimes comprise 376 burglaries, 2,703 larcenies-thefts, 634 motor vehicle thefts, and ten arson.

Compared with the 2016 Crimes Report, the city of Westminster reported a slight decline of approximately 6 percent in the crime rate. Furthermore, violent crimes increased by 17 percent, while property crimes fell by 7 percent. The percentage difference in violent crimes is as follows - murder (-50%), rape (6%), robbery (8%), and aggravated assault (27%). On the other hand, the percentage difference in the listed property crimes is as follows - burglary (-0.3%), larcenies-thefts (-6%), and motor vehicle thefts (-14%), and arson (-16%).

Are Westminster Criminal Records Public?

According to the Colorado Open Records Act, not all Westminster criminal records are accessible to the public's members. For instance, the Colorado Bureau of Investigations (CBI), the custodian agency for criminal records, restricts juvenile records access. However, adult criminal records are accessible to the public via the CBI's Internet Criminal History Check System (ICHC).

Interested persons can get Westminster criminal records either by registering on the ICHC or selecting the “search as an individual” option. To search as an account user, residents must sign up for an account, or log in by providing the Account Login ID and Password. In contrast, to search as an individual, searches can be conducted using the subject's first and last name, date of birth, social security number, and CBI-provided IDT number. Furthermore, the CBI provides employers with access to the criminal records of prospective employees. Employers can obtain criminal records from the Colorado Applicant Background Services (CABS) via the following approved service providers - IdentoGO and Colorado Fingerprinting.

On the other hand, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office via the Record Section also provides access to Westminster criminal records. Requesters may obtain criminal records via mail or in-person. To get Westminster criminal records via mail, download the criminal record request form, attach the specified fee, and send it to the:

Records Unit
200 Jefferson County Parkway
Golden, CO 80401

Hard copies of criminal records cost $10 per name search. Soft copies of criminal records incur no charges.

How to Obtain Westminster Police Reports and Arrest Records

Westminster's police reports and arrest records are accessible to the public's members via various platforms maintained by local and state departments or agencies. For instance, the Westminster Police Department’s Records Section provides access to all police reports and arrest records via in-person and written requests. To get Westminster arrest records via in-person requests, download the search request form. Fill out the requester's information (full name, date of birth, address, phone number, and the agency requesting the record). More so, mark the type of requested report (offense report, address search, or traffic accident), the case event number or report number, date of the incident, location of the incident, and the record subject's details. Submit the completed form in-person at the:

Westminster Public Safety Center
9110 Yates Street.

To get police reports via mail, complete the search request form, attach the fee for the report, and submit in a self-addressed, stamped envelope to the:

Westminster Police Department
Attn: Records Section
9110 Yates Street
Westminster, CO 80031

Per the Colorado State law, victims of crimes are eligible to receive a free copy of their initial police report. The search or retrieval fee per 25 minutes is $7.50. Non-certified copies of arrest records or police reports cost $0.25 per page, while certified copies cost $5 per page. Audiotape recordings cost $30 per incident, and this includes retrieval fees. Also, the transcripted documents fee cost $30, while videotape recordings cost $25 per incident.

The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office also provides access to police reports and arrest records of arrests carried out within Westminster City. Requesters may obtain arrest records and police reports via mail or in-person. To get Westminster arrest records or police reports via mail, download the criminal record request form, attach the specified fee, and send it to the:

Records Unit
200 Jefferson County Parkway
Golden, CO 80401

Hard copies of criminal records cost $10 per name search. Soft copies of criminal records incur no charges. Acceptable payments include credit cards, debit cards, money orders, and checks.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Westminster

The Colorado Crime Information Center (CCIC) maintains the list of all convicted sex offenders within Colorado. The CCIC provides information on the following categories of convicted sex offenders -

  • Absconded sex offenders.
  • Sexually violent predators.
  • Registered sex offenders.
  • Sex offenders with multiple sexual offenses

Requesters may search for Westminster sex offenders by using a name-based search or a map-based search. To find sex offender information via name-based search, input the sex offender's full name, city, zip code, select the sex offender category, and the county. Requesters can also utilize the CCIC's map-based search to look for sex offenders in Westminster. The map-based search helps requesters to search for sex offenders via their category. The CCIC also provides access to a complete list of sex offenders in Westminster and the state in general. To get the full list of sex offender, complete the Request Form, and send to the:

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

How to Find Westminster Inmate Information

Requesters may obtain Westminster inmate information via a searchable platform maintained by the Adams County Detention Facility. To get inmate information via the searchable platform, input the inmate's first and last name. Alternatively, the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office also maintains an online repository of Westminster inmate information. Search for inmate records using the following search criteria, the inmate's first and last name and booking date.

The Colorado Department of Corrections maintains statewide online access to inmate records in any of the state’s correctional facilities. Requesters can obtain inmate records on this platform using the inmate's DOCNO, last name, first name, and gender.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Westminster Jail?

Westminster correctional facilities provide onsite and offsite visitation services to families and friends of inmates. For remote visitation, requesters must download and sign up on the HomeAway, a remote video visitation system. Video calls cost $0.20 per minute. To communicate with inmates in-person, visit the:

Adams County Sheriff's Office
150 North 19th Avenue
Brighton, CO 80601

Westminster Public Safety Center
9110 Yates Street
Westminster, CO 80031
Phone: (303) 654-1850

Jefferson County Jail
200 Jefferson County Parkway
Golden, CO 80401
Phone: (303) 271-5444

Court Records

Part of Colorado 1st Judicial District and 17th Judicial District, Westminster City, provides access to court records via the courthouses in Adams County and Jefferson County. These publicly-accessible records include traffic records, civil records, administrative records, probate records, criminal records, and domestic relations records.

Location of Courts in Westminster

Westminster’s City and counties are home to two District Courts, two County Courts, and two Municipal Courts. The courts' addresses and contact details are listed below:

Westminster District Courts

Adams County Justice Center
1100 Judicial Center Drive, Brighton, CO 80601
Phone: (303) 659-1161

Jefferson County District Court
100 Jefferson County Parkway, Golden, CO 80401
Phone: (720) 772-2500
Fax: (720) 772-2787

Westminster County Courts

County Court of Adams County
Adams County Justice Center
1100 Judicial Center Drive
Brighton, CO 80601
Phone: (303) 659-1161

County Court of Jefferson County
100 Jefferson County Parkway
Golden, CO 80401
Phone: (720) 772-2500
Fax: (720) 772-2787

Westminster Municipal Courts

Westminster Municipal Court
3030 Turnpike Drive
Westminster, CO 80030
Phone: (303) 658-2240
Fax: (303) 429-8684

Are Westminster Court Records Public?

Per the Colorado Open Records Act, not all public records in the city of Westminster are accessible to the public. For instance, juvenile court cases, probate court cases, and suppressed court cases are restricted and redacted from the public view. Access to these censored and banned court records are sometimes dependent on the provision of valid identification or court order.

Can You Look Up Westminster Court Case Online?

Interested persons may look up the Westminster court case online via the Colorado Judicial System (CJS). The CJS utilizes various vendors to provide all court records in Westminster's constituent counties - Adams County and Jefferson County. The Adams County Common Pleas Court also maintains an online database of Westminster court records. Requesters can search for court records on this platform using parties' names, case number, case type, and the number of matches per page.

How to Obtain Westminster Civil Court Case Records

Westminster civil court records are accessible via the Colorado Judicial System's online database. Requesters may obtain Westminster court records using Adams County and Jefferson County Docket Search on the CJIS platform. After selecting the County in charge of the court records, input the following details into the search boxes: name of the court, type of court (County or district court), date range, case number, company name or party last name and first name, and attorney bar number. The Adams County Common Pleas Court also provides access to Westminster civil court records via an online searchable portal. Requesters can search for court records on this platform using parties' names, case number, case type, and the number of matches per page.

How to Obtain Westminster Criminal Court Case Records

The Colorado Judicial System maintains an online searchable database of all Westminster criminal court records via the Adams County and Jefferson County Docket Search. Requesters may search for Westminster criminal records by selecting the County in charge of the record and filling out the following details - the name of the court, type of court (county or district court), date range, case number, company name, or party last name and first name, and attorney bar number. Interested persons may also access Westminster criminal court records via the Adams County Common Pleas Court's online searchable platform. Requesters can search for court records on this platform using parties' names, case number, case type, and the number of matches per page.

Also, the Adams County Common Pleas Court also provides access to Westminster criminal court records via an online searchable portal. Requesters can search for criminal court records in Adams County on this platform using parties' names, case number, case type, and the number of matches per page. In addition to these search criteria, requesters may also select the number of search results per page.

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What are Westminster Vital Records?

Westminster's vital records are government-verified files that contain data on all life events within the city. These vital records include - but not limited to - birth records, death records, marriage records, and divorce records. Local and state agencies, which act as custodian agencies, maintain and grant access to vital records. Hence, interested persons may inspect and obtain copies of Westminster vital records by requesting from these custodian agencies.

Where and How to Obtain Westminster Divorce Records

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) is the state-level custodian of divorce records in the state. Hence, requesters may request and obtain copies of Westminster divorce verification records from 1900 to 1939 and from 1975 to the present. Divorce verification records contain limited information and only features the following - the record bearer's name, date of the divorce event, and the county where the divorce was filed.

The CDPHE provides access to divorce verification records via in-person requests. To get Westminster divorce records via mail-in services, fill out and submit the online application form. To obtain copies of Westminster divorce verification certificates in-person, visit the:

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

Provide a valid identification to show proof of relationship with the record subject. Divorce verification records cost $17, while additional copies ordered at the same time cost $10 per copy.

Where and How to Obtain Westminster Marriage Records

Requesters may request and get access to copies of Westminster marriage certificates from the CDPHE's Vital Records Section. The CDPHE only provides access to marriage certificates from 1900 to 1939 and from 1975 to the present. Hence, requesters may get copies of marriage verification records via mail or in-person services. Before ordering marriage certificates, requesters should note that marriage certificates are not open records. Hence, requesters should check the list of eligibility for marriage records. To order copies of marriage certificates via mail, download and fill out the application form for marriage records, provide proof of identification, and submit alongside the specified request fee to the:

4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246-1530
Phone: (303) 692-2200

The first certified copy of a marriage certificate costs $17, while additional copies of the same certificate cost $10. Also, the search fee is $1 per year. For more information on the fee schedule, visit the online fee schedule list. To order copies of marriage verification in person, visit the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment at:

4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246-1530
Phone: (303) 692-2200

On the other hand, Westminster marriage certificates are accessible via the Adams County Public Records online platform. Requesters can also visit the County's Public Records Office at:

4430 South Adams County Parkway
Suite E2400
Brighton, CO 80601

Where and How to Obtain Westminster Birth Records

The CDPHE, via the Vital Records Section, provides access to certified copies of birth verifications. Hence, requesters may access copies of birth certificates via in-person, phone orders, or mail services. To order via in-person, complete the request application, and submit to the Vital Records Section of the CDPHE at:

4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246-1530
Phone: (303) 692-2200

To order copies of birth certificates via mail, download and fill out the application form for birth records, provide proof of identification, and submit alongside the specified request fee to the Vital Records Section of the CDPHE at:

4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246-1530
Phone: (303) 692-2200

Requesters may also obtain birth records by phone orders. The first copy of a birth certificate costs $20, while subsequent copies ordered at the same time cost $13 each. The acceptable payments for walk-in requests are - credit cards, debit cards, money orders, and checks. Furthermore, only eligible requesters can obtain birth records. Since birth records are confidential records, only the following are eligible to request birth records -

  • The record bearer.
  • Immediate family members (parents, adult children, siblings, current spouse, stepparents, adult grandchildren, and grandparents).
  • Legal representatives of the record bearer.

Where and How to Obtain Westminster Death Records

Interested persons may request and access copies of Westminster death certificates via the CDPHE's Vital Records Section. Death records are accessible to eligible requesters via mail-in services, in-person services, and orders via phone. Furthermore, to check for eligibility status, visit the online eligibility list for death records. Death records are only accessible to the following individuals or entities - the deceased's current spouse, parents, step parents, siblings, children, grandchildren, paralegals or legal representatives, genealogists, beneficiaries to the deceased's insurance policy or will, insurance companies, employers, funeral directors, and coroners.

More so, requesters must provide a valid proof of identification when ordering for death records. To order copies of death certificates in person, provide a valid picture ID, and submit the completed request form in-person to the CDPHE's Vital Records Section at:

4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246-1530
Phone: (303) 692-2200

To order copies of death certificates via mail, download and fill out the application form for death records, provide proof of identification, and submit alongside the specified request fee to the Vital Records Section of the CDPHE at:

4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246-1530
Phone: (303) 692-2200

Requesters may also obtain death records by phone orders. Call (866) 300-8540 to get access to death records.