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Delta County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Delta County Public Records

The Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) defines Delta County public records as all data created, compiled, cataloged, stored by county and state government entities. However, the CORA does not cover legally-exempted documents and files. Delta County public records generally cover the following formats: hand-written documents, maps, building plans, statistical tables and graphs, tapes, video recordings, films, and computer-generated documents. The following confidential delta public records are exempt from public disclosure:

  • Proprietary information concerning software and source codes.
  • 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.
  • Criminal justice records exempted by Colorado Law section 24-72-301.
  • 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.
  • Data on the security plan of a public entity (public agencies and institutions of higher learning).

Delta County Crime Statistics

The Colorado Bureau of Investigations (CBI) publishes annual crime statistics for all state counties and cities. Per the 2019 Annual Crime Statistics for Delta County, Colorado, 29 violent crimes and 144 property crimes were reported. The listed property crimes consist of one robbery, 82 larceny-thefts, 37 burglaries, and 24 motor vehicle thefts. Also, the listed violent crimes cover 11 rapes, 17 aggravated assaults, and one robbery. The CBI did not record any murder in the county. Compared with the CBI’s 2016 Annual Crime Statistics, the total number of reported crimes in Delta county increased slightly. Violent crimes rose by 61 percent, while property crimes dropped by a meager 5 percent. Per the 2016 report, no murder case was recorded for Delta county. Violent crimes such as rape decreased by 26 percent, while the rate of aggravated assaults increased sharply by 750 percent. On the other hand, property crimes increased slightly in all categories.

Are Delta County Criminal Records Public?

Per the Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act (CCJRA) and the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA), not all delta criminal records are open to the general public. For instance, juvenile criminal records are restricted from public view. The CBI is the custodian of Delta County criminal records. It provides access to Delta county criminal records via the CBI's Internet Criminal History Check System. Members of the public can request Delta County criminal records either by registering an account on the platform or choosing 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. Similarly, the Delta County Sheriff’s Office, via the Records Management Department, maintains and provides access to criminal records in Delta county. Requesters can access these records by downloading the Records Request Form.

The request form is also available at the Sheriff’s Office. In addition to completing the request form, requesters must pay a $5 non-refundable search fee to the County’s Sheriff’s Office. This search fee covers the first four pages of the requested record. Additional pages cost $2.5. The Sheriff’s office accepts checks, money orders, cash, debit, and credit cards as payment forms. Requesters may opt to request Delta County criminal records via mail or in-person at the:

The Records Clerk
Delta County Sheriff’s Office
P.O. Box, 172
555 Palmer Street
Delta, Colorado 81416-0172
Phone:(970) 874-2000
Fax: (970) 874-2077

How to Obtain Delta County Police Reports and Arrest Records

Interested public members can request Delta County arrest records or police reports from the Delta County Sheriff’s Office. The Records Management Department of the Delta County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for recording and generating Delta county arrest records for any interested person. For in-person or mail-in queries, interested persons should download and fill out the record request form. Records request forms are also available at the Sheriff’s office. Upon filling out the form, requesters can visit or mail the request form to the:

The Records Clerk
Delta County Sheriff’s Office
P.O. Box, 172
555 Palmer Street
Delta, Colorado 81416-0172
Phone:(970) 874-2000
Fax: (970) 874-2077

Requesters must pay a $5 non-refundable search fee to get copies of Delta County arrest records. This search fee covers the first four pages of the requested record. Additional pages cost $2.5. The Sheriff’s office accepts checks, money orders, cash, debit, and credit cards as payment forms.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Delta County

At the state level, the Colorado Bureau of Investigations (CBI) is responsible for recording and disseminating the list of sex offenders in Delta County and the state of Colorado. The CBI, via an online searchable platform, provides information on sex offenders in different categories, including:

  • Sexually violent predators
  • Multiple sex offenders
  • Sex offenders who failed to register
  • Sex offenders convicted of a felony sex offense

However, the CBI does not provide information on juvenile sex offenders and sex offenders convicted of misdemeanor sex offenses.

Requesters may search for Delta County sex offenders by using a name-based search or a map-based search. To find sex offender information via name-based search, input at least one of the following - the sex offender's full name, city, zip code, select the sex offender category, and the county. Requesters can also utilize the CBI’s map-based search to look for sex offenders in Delta County. To get the full list of sex offenders in Delta County and the state of Colorado, download and fill out the request form. Send the completed form 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 Delta County Inmate Record

The Colorado Department of Corrections, via a searchable online platform, enables the public to search for inmates in any of the state’s correctional facilities. Hence, requesters can search for inmates in Delta County by inputting the following details into the search fields - the inmate’s first name, last name, middle name, DOC number, and the inmate’s gender. In addition to this, the Delta County Sheriff’s Office, alongside the County’s Jail Administrative Officer, maintains a regularly-updated list of incarcerated inmates in the county jails. To obtain Delta county inmate information, visit the Delta County Sheriff’s Office at:

Delta County Detention Facility
555 Palmer Street
2nd Floor
Delta, CO 81416
Phone: (970) 874-2021
Fax: (970) 874-2027

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Delta County Jail?

Visitors can visit incarcerated inmates in Delta County at the:

Delta County Detention Facility
555 Palmer Street
2nd Floor
Delta, CO 81416
Phone: (970) 874-2021
Fax: (970) 874-2027

To visit inmates, intending visitors to the facility must get pre-approved by the inmate and the Jail administrator. Visitors must schedule a visit at least 24 hours before the proposed visitation time. Furthermore, registered visitors should arrive at the detention facility before the visitation time. An adult must accompany visitors below 18 years of age.

The visitation schedule is as follows:

  • For female inmates, visitation is from Tuesdays to Saturdays (10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.).
  • For male inmates, visitation is from Tuesdays and Saturdays (1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.).

Court Records

A part of the Colorado 7th Judicial District, the Delta County court system consists of District Courts, County Courts, and Municipal Courts. The Delta County Municipal Courts’ Clerks provide access to different court records, such as criminal court records, civil court records, traffic records, and probate records. Delta County’s court addresses and contact details are listed below:

Delta County District Court

Delta County Courthouse
501 Palmer Street
Suite 338
Delta, CO 81416
Phone: (970) 874-6280
Fax: (970) 874-4306

Delta County Courts

Delta County Courthouse
501 Palmer Street
Suite 338
Delta, CO 81416
Phone: (970) 874-6280
Fax: (970) 874-4306

Delta County Municipal Courts

Cedaredge Municipal Court
235 West Main Street
P.O. Box 398
Cedaredge, CO 81413
Phone: (970) 856-3123 ext. 110
Fax: (970) 856-7292

Delta Municipal Court
360 Main Street
Delta, CO 81416
Phone: (970) 874-7914

Hotchkiss Municipal Court
276 West Main Street
P.O. Box 369
Hotchkiss, CO 81419
Phone: (970) 872-3848

Paonia Municipal Court
214 Grand Avenue
Paonia, CO 81428
Phone: (970) 527-4101
Fax: (970) 527-4102

Are Delta County Court Records Public?

In line with the Colorado Open Records Act, not all Delta County court records are open to the general public. The State of Colorado restricts confidential portions of court records from the public. Only certified government entities and individuals with legal and tangible interests are eligible to access Delta County’s confidential court records.

How to Obtain Delta County Civil Court Records

Delta county civil court records are under the Delta County Combined (District and County) Court jurisdiction. Interested persons can obtain non-confidential copies of Delta County civil court records by visiting the Clerk’s office in-person or by sending a written request to the:

Delta County Combined Court
501 Palmer Street
#338
Delta, CO 81416
Phone: (970) 874-6280
Fax: (970) 874-4306

The written request should detail the defendant and plaintiffs’ names, the date range of the judgment, and the court division. The Colorado 7th Judicial District also provides access to Delta County civil court records via an online searchable platform. Members of the public can search for civil court records choosing the county and court division. In addition to this, they must fill out the following search fields -the party’s last name and first name, the case number, the attorney bar number, and the date range.

How to Obtain Delta County Criminal Court Records

Delta County criminal court case records are available online via the Colorado 7th Judicial District’s online platform. To access Delta county criminal records from the online platform, interested persons must choose “Delta County” as the court location, and fill out the party or company’s last name, first name, attorney bar number, case number, and date range.

Conversely, requesters can access Delta county criminal court records by visiting the Clerk of the Delta County Combined Court or by sending a written request via mail to the:

Delta County Combined Court
501 Palmer Street
#338
Delta, CO 81416
Phone: (970) 874-6280
Fax: (970) 874-4306

The written request should detail the defendant and plaintiffs’ names, the date range of the judgment, and the court division.

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What are Delta County Vital Records?

Delta vital records are official records of life events such as death, birth, marriage, and divorce within the county. Government entities act as custodians of vital records. These entities generate and allow requesters to access copies of vital records. Also, the custodian agencies may restrict access to confidential vital records to specific groups of requesters. The Delta County Clerk and Recorder’s Office is the custodian of birth and death records at the county level. Whereas the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is the custodian agency for all vital records at the state level.

Where and How to Obtain Delta County Divorce Records

Delta County divorce records are under the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). The CDPHE only grants access to Delta County verification records from 1900 to 1939 and from 1975 to date. Divorce verification records contain limited information about the record bearer. They only feature the record bearers’ names, the county where the divorce was filed, and the divorce event’s date. Requesters can obtain copies of Delta county divorce records from the CDPHE via in-person or mail-in requests. To obtain copies of Delta County verification records in-person, visit the:

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

The CDPHE is open for in-person requests on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., except for holidays. To access divorce verification records, requesters must bring proof of identification alongside the required fee. Divorce verification records cost $17, while additional copies ordered at the same time cost $10 per copy.

Vital Records Section
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246.

The CDPHE also allows requesters to obtain divorce verification records via mail order. Download and fill out the divorce verification application, attach a copy of proof of identification, and a non-refundable $17 search fee to the CDPHE. Similarly, the Clerk of the Delta County Combined Court is responsible for providing access to copies of the original divorce decrees to eligible requesters. To obtain Delta County divorce decrees, visit the Clerk’s Office in-person at:

Delta County Combined Court
501 Palmer Street
#338
Delta, CO 81416
Phone: (970) 874-6280
Fax: (970) 874-4306

Where and How to Obtain Public Delta County Marriage Records

The CDPHE is responsible for maintaining marriage verification records from 1900 to 1939 and from 1975 to the present date. Marriage verification records are public records since it contains limited data about the record subjects. Members of the public can request marriage verification records from the CDPHE in-person or by mail orders. To obtain copies of marriage verification records, requesters should visit the:

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

The CDPHE office is open to in-person requests from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except for public holidays. On the other hand, requesters may choose to obtain copies of marriage verification records via mail orders. For mail orders, complete the application request form, provide a valid proof of identification alongside a non-refundable search fee to the CDPHE at:

Vital Records Section
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246.

Where and How to Obtain Confidential Delta County Marriage Records

The Delta County Clerk and Recorder’s Office is the sole custodian of confidential marriage records. So, only requesters with valid proof of relationship with the record subjects can obtain confidential marriage records in Delta County. Also, legal representatives of the record subjects are eligible to request these records. To obtain copies of confidential marriage records, requesters must download, print, and fill out the request form. Upon completion of the form, they may either submit the application in-person or upload it online. To submit the request form in-person, visit the Delta County Clerk and Recorder’s Office at:

Delta County Courthouse
501 Palmer Street
Delta, CO 81416.

A copy of a certified marriage certificate costs $1.25.

Where and How to Obtain Delta County Birth Records

Certified copies of Delta County birth certificates are available at the County’s Clerk and Recorder’s Office. Certified copies of birth certificates in Delta County cost $20 for the first copy. Additional documents requested at the same time cost $13. To get copies of these records, requesters must download, print, and complete the birth certificate request form. Once completed, they may opt to either submit the application in-person or upload it online. To submit the request form in-person, visit the Delta County Clerk and Recorder’s Office at:

Delta County Courthouse
501 Palmer Street
Delta, CO 81416.

On the other hand, the CDPHE enables requesters to request and obtain copies of birth certificates documented in Delta County. Since Delta County birth certificates are confidential documents, only the following requesters are eligible to make a request - the record subject, the immediate family members, legal representatives, attorneys-in-fact, adoption agencies, and genealogists. To obtain copies of birth certificates, eligible requesters may visit the CDPHE in-person.

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

Provide proof of identification and the required search fee. Birth certificates cost $20 for the first copy and $13 for additional copies ordered at the same time. Furthermore, the CDPHE also enables requesters to obtain birth certificates via mail orders. To order via mail, download the application form in English or Spanish. Fill it out and attach a valid ID and the specified fee as money or check. Send via mail to the CDPHE at:

Vital Records Section
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246

Where and How to Obtain Delta County Death Record

The Delta County Clerk and Recorder’s Office serves as the custodian of all documented death events within the county. Delta County death certificates are only issued to the record subject’s parents, siblings, spouse, children, grandchildren, stepparents, legal representatives, and individuals with tangible interests in the record. To get copies of these records, eligible requesters must download, print, and complete the death certificate request form. Once completed, they may opt to either submit the application in-person or upload it online. To submit the request form in-person, visit the Delta County Clerk and Recorder’s Office at:

Delta County Courthouse
501 Palmer Street
Delta, CO 81416.

Similarly, the CDPHE maintains and provides requesters with access to Delta County death certificates. Delta County death certificates are confidential documents. Therefore, only individuals with legitimate and tangible interests are eligible to request and access death records. To obtain copies of death certificates, eligible requesters may visit the CDPHE in-person at the:

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

Provide a valid ID and pay the specified request fee at the CDPHE. Death certificates cost $20 for the first copy and $13 for additional copies ordered at the same time. Furthermore, the CDPHE also enables requesters to obtain death certificates via mail orders. To order via mail, download the application form in English or Spanish. Fill it out and attach a valid ID and the specified fee as money or check. Send via mail to the CDPHE at:

Vital Records Section
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246.