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Denver County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Denver County Arrest Records?

Denver County arrest records are official documents or reports that provide a run-down of arrests made by law enforcement agencies in the territory following suspected involvement in criminal activities. Information contained in an individual’s record includes the suspect's full name, arresting officer's name, alleged offense/criminal charges, date and time of arrests, place of arrest/detainment, warrant details, and so on.

Like other police-generated documents, individuals can obtain Denver County arrest records from the Denver Police Department. The department charges $15 for arrest records and $9 for arrest photos. Interested persons can order online from the Records Unit webpage or mail completed request form, fees, and self-addressed stamped envelope to

Denver Police Department
Identification Section
1331 Cherokee Street,
Room 416
Denver, CO 80204-2787

How to Find Police Records in Denver County

The Denver Police Department maintains most criminal justice reports for the county and city. Its Records Unit and Identification Section provides incidents and accident reports as well as civil liability records upon online requests on the Record Unit’s website. To obtain any of these Denver County public records via mail, start by downloading and completing a request form for an accident/offense report or civil liability record. Civil liability records include 911 and dispatch recordings, investigation reports, computer-aided dispatch reports, and HALO videos.

Applications for accident and offense reports should go to:

Denver Police Department
Records Unit
1331 Cherokee Street, Room 420
Denver, CO 80204-2787

Mail a Civil Liability Record Request to:

Denver Police Department
Civil Liability Section
1331 Cherokee Street, Room 504
Denver, CO 80204-2787

Include a self-addressed stamped envelope with your request and a check or money order for applicable fees made payable to the Manager of Finance or Revenue. The Denver Police Department charges $10 for an accident or offense report. Fees for Civil Liability Records vary from $15 each for dispatch and investigation reports to $30 for each CD of 911 calls, dispatch recordings, and audio/video/photo. HALO and DUI Room videos cost $35 per hour. Include an Expedite Fee of $50 for a rushed order.

Crime Statistics

Denver County recorded an overall 5,335 violent crimes in 2017, the most recent year with a complete set of crime data. This figure represents a 14.1% increase compared to 2013. A breakdown of the 2017 violent crime data for the county reveals that there were 56 murders, 1,238 rapes, 1,236 robberies, and 2,805 aggravated assaults. Property crime figures for Denver County include 4,341 cases of burglary, 1,184 frauds, 16,259 larceny thefts, and 5,605 motor vehicle thefts.

Denver Police Department crime data shows that murder, rape, robbery, and aggravated assault rates increased by 33.3%, 17%, 8.5%, and 15.2%, respectively, between 2013 and 2017. The county's five-year crime trend also indicates that while the burglary rate dipped by 12.4%, fraud, larceny, and motor vehicle theft rates rose by 15.4%, 4.6%, and 59%, respectively.

What are Denver County Criminal Records?

Denver County criminal records are official documents or reports that provide a run-down of a person's criminal history within the county. The information contained in an individual’s record includes details found in a Denver arrest record such as the suspect’s physical description, arrest history, criminal charges, pending warrants, and identifiable data like name, race, and gender. Other data included are fingerprints, mugshots, pleas, prosecution, and conviction details.

How Do I Get Denver County Criminal Records?

Individuals can get comprehensive criminal history information from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and criminal clearance report from Denver Police Departments. For statewide CBI records, conduct name-based background checks online for $5 or mail completed request forms and $13 to Colorado Bureau of Investigation, 690 Kipling Street — Suite 4000, Lakewood, CO 80215.

There are additional options for obtaining CBI records. Fingerprint-based checks can be done by the public or approved agencies for $16.50 or $17.50, respectively. Combined CBI and national checks are available. On the other hand, individuals can obtain clearance forms by submitting filled query-letter, $25 fees, self-addressed stamped envelope in person at:

Denver Police Department
Identification Section
1331 Cherokee Street,
Room 416
Denver, CO 80204-2787

These queries act as a local background check request, and results are similar to Denver arrest records but include checks for any pending warrants.

How to Find Denver County Sex Offender Information?

Colorado maintains a statewide registry of sex offenders that is publicly available online. Visit the state’s Sex Offender Tracking and Registration (SOTAR) webpage to search for registered sex offenders living in Denver County. The tool allows anyone to search by name, zip code, city, and street address. To filter your search, make sure to select Denver Police Department or Denver Sheriff’s Department in the Jurisdiction drop-down list of law enforcement agencies in the state.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Denver County Jail?

Individuals interested in visiting inmates in either the Detention Center or County Jail should go to the jail visit page of the Sheriff’s website. Available on the webpage are links to schedule on-site or remote video visits as well as information on professional visits. Inmates can have a maximum of two 30-minutes visits weekly and not more than one in a day.

Schedule appointments at least 24 hours ahead and be at the lobby in the facility at least 15 minutes ahead for check-in. Come along with valid photo IDs like a state-issued identification card, driver’s license, passport, or Military/Consulate IDs. Similarly, individuals should schedule remote video visits at least 24 hours ahead. However, these cost $8.99 per 30 minutes (tax excluded).

Visitation rules, visiting hours, dress code, and information on how to prepare for visits are available on the jail visit page. The two facilities are located at:

County Jail (COJL)
10500 East Smith Road,
Denver, CO 80239
Denver Detention Center (DDC)
490 West Colfax Avenue,
Denver, CO 80204

Where and How to Find Denver County Inmate Information?

The Sheriff’s Department maintains all inmate records for the two jails in Denver County. To obtain inmate information, call (720) 913-3600. The Sheriff’s Department also provides a handy Inmate Search tool on its website. Use it to locate individuals incarcerated in the County Jail, Downtown Detention Center, and Denver Health & Hospital.

What are Denver County Court Records?

Denver County court records refer to any file, document, and other material that is gathered or distributed by a court in the county to provide information about judicial proceedings. Examples of these Denver public records include decrees, orders, transcripts, warrants, dockets, sworn statements, and so on.

The judicial system in the City and County of Denver includes a District Court, a Probate Court, and a County Court. Denver also has a Colorado Supreme Court and Court of Appeals. Both are located at 2 East 14th Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80203. Each court keeps its records on a separate online portal.

Records of the Denver District Court are available on a third-party website rather than the website of the Colorado Judicial Branch. Members of the public can find Denver public records on the Colorado Courts Record Search portal hosted by LexisNexis. These are also available on the website of Background Information Services Inc. Note that accessing both portals requires users to register with the websites. Access fees may also apply. While the public can view Denver District Court documents on this site, physical copies are only available at the courts where cases were filed.

To request a record search for a Denver District Court case, use the online Research Request form on the website of the Colorado Judicial Branch. To obtain copies, visit the Records Department of the court at 1437 Bannock Street, Room 38, Denver.

The records of the Denver County Court are available on the court’s website. Visit the Search page to find records by case number and name. Denver residents can also follow the links on this page to view the court calendar, search for warrants, and find court dates.

The Denver Probate Court accepts requests to search its records and obtain copies by mail and in person. To search records and request copies in person, visit the courthouse located at Room 230 of the City and County Building in Denver. This office opens to the public from Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. The office accepts cash, check, and credit card for fee payment for in-person requests.

Submit your mail request, including a self-addressed stamped envelope and a check for applicable fees, to:

Denver Probate Court
City and County of Denver, State of Colorado
City and County Building
1437 Bannock Street, Room 230
Denver, CO 80202-5382

The Probate Court charges $5 to search records for every name requested. Offsite records attract an additional $15 retrieval fee. The copy fee is 25 cents per page. There is an additional $20 per record for certification. The same extra fee applies to record exemplification. Postage fee also applies and varies from request to request.

Location of All Courts in Denver County

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

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What are Denver County Vital Records?

Denver County vital records are abstract or notarized documents that are created, preserved, and issued by different county or state-run departments to provide information on life events that occurred under the county’s jurisdiction. These documents include marriage certificates, divorce decrees, birth certificates, and death records, amongst others. Most of Denver County vital records are confidential. Therefore, access to these records, especially certified copies, are typically restricted to individuals with proof of claims, tangible relationship, or authorization.

Where and How to Get Denver County Divorce Records

Records of dissolution of marriages or divorces are available at the Denver District Court. To get these records, fill the online request form or pay an on-site visit to the Records Department at 1437 Bannock Street, Room 38, Denver, CO 80202. Individuals will receive replies of the cost of the records and may be required to provide valid means of identification.

Where and How to Get Denver County Marriage Records

The Office of the Clerk and Recorder maintains all marriage records for the City and County of Denver. Persons interested in getting these records may use the search tools on the website to find information or call (720) 865-8400 to set appointments for in-person services. Visit the office from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on weekdays at:

201 West Colfax Avenue
Dept. 101
Denver, CO 80202

Where and How to Get Denver County Birth Records

Denver Public Health is the agency responsible for issuing birth certificates from 1905 to the present. The agency allows members of the public to order birth certificates in person and by phone. Visit the Denver Public Health office at 120 West 5th Avenue, Denver to complete a request form. Make sure to bring a government-issued photo ID. The office opens to the public from Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Make a request by phone by calling (303) 602-3660. Faxed requests should go to (303) 602-3665. Note that there is an additional processing fee of $10 for a phone request. While a typical phone request takes two business days to fulfill, Denver Public Health can also provide next-day service for an additional processing fee of $20.

Denver County residents can request birth certificates by mail. To do so, start by downloading a birth certificate request form. Complete and sign this application and include photocopies of a valid ID and the required fees. Send the application to:

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

The price for the first certified copy of a birth certificate is $20. Each additional certified copy of the same record ordered alongside costs $13. Include a $10 handling fee for an overnight order and $20 to send ordered records overnight by UPS or FedEx. Fees for mail orders are payable by checks and money orders made out to Denver Vital Records.

Where and How to Get Denver County Death Records

Denver Public Health is the agency responsible for issuing death certificates from 1964 to the present. The agency allows members of the public to order death certificates in person and by phone. Visit the Denver Public Health office at 120 W. 5th Avenue, Denver to complete a request form. Make sure to bring a government-issued photo ID. The office opens to the public from Monday to Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.

Make a request by phone by calling (303) 602-3660. Faxed requests should go to (303) 602-3665. Note that there is an additional processing fee of $10 for a phone request. While a typical phone request takes two business days to fulfill, Denver Public Health can also provide next-day service for an additional processing fee of $20.

Denver County residents can request death certificates by mail. To do so, start by downloading a death certificate request form. Complete and sign this application and include photocopies of a valid ID and the required fees. Send the application to:

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

The price for the first certified copy of a death certificate is $20. Each additional certified copy of the same record ordered alongside costs $13. Include a $10 handling fee for an overnight order and $20 to send ordered records overnight by UPS or FedEx. Fees for mail orders are payable by checks and money orders made out to Denver Vital Records.

Are Property Records Open to the Public in Denver City and County?

Property records for the city and county of Denver are open to the public. The Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) mandates all government bodies to make their official documents publicly accessible to the public. Anyone seeking Denver City and county property records may call or visit the appropriate agency office.

Where and How to Find Property Records in Denver City and County

The Denver Assessor's Office assesses all taxable property in the county and assigns fair value to them. It maintains records of all taxable property and makes those records available to the public - online and at its office. Interested parties can obtain Denver property records at the Denver Assessor’s Office during regular working hours, Monday through Friday.

Denver County Assessor’s Office
201 W. Colfax Ave.
Department 406
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (720) 913-4162
Fax: (720) 913-4100

How to Look Up Denver City and County Property Records

The Denver Assessor's Office makes records of all taxable property available to the public through its Denver Property Taxation and Assessment System. Researchers can search out real estate and business personal property records using the parcel number or actual address. While the Assessor’s Office works to present accurate records, it does not certify property records obtained on the online platform. Individuals that require certified copies may obtain them at the Denver Assessor’s Office during regular working hours, Monday through Friday.

Denver County Assessor’s Office
201 W. Colfax Ave.
Department 406
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (720) 913-4162
Fax: (720) 913-4100

Location of Denver City and County Property Assessors

Denver County Assessor’s Office
201 W. Colfax Ave.
Department 406
Denver, CO 80202
Phone: (720) 913-4162
Fax: (720) 913-4100