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Castle Rock Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Castle Rock Public Records?

According to the CORA, Castle Rock public records comprise documents produced or maintained by a public agency, nonprofit entity incorporated according to specific laws, public institution, or political subdivision of the state, and used in the exercise of official functions as required by law. Colorado provides public access to most Castle Rock public records created by a government entity. Nonetheless, requestors should note that the law also restricts access to records that contain information considered private or sensitive. The following are a few examples:

  • Letters of reference regarding employment, licensing, or the issuance of permits
  • Personal contact information of public elementary and secondary school students, including phone numbers and addresses
  • Trade secrets including confidential commercial, geophysical, geological, financial, and other privileged information
  • Sexual harassment investigations and complaints
  • Employee personnel files that disclose the employee’s phone number, address, financial details, or other private information maintained pursuant to the employer-employee relationship
  • Psychological, medical, sociological, or scholastic achievement data
  • All records deemed confidential by state statute, federal statute or regulation, or Supreme Court order or rule

In addition to the above, the CORA provides for some discretionary exemptions. Record custodians may permit or refuse access to the following records depending on the public interest on a case-by-case basis:

  • Test questions, scoring templates, and other examination data used for employment, academic, or licensing examinations
  • Records of a state institution’s bona fide research projects
  • Real estate appraisals for acquiring properties intended for public use

In addition to official sources, public city records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may either opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific record or multiple city records. However, users will need to provide enough information to assist with the search, such as:

  • The address of the requestor
  • A case number or file number (if known)
  • The location of the document or person involved
  • The name of the subject involved in the record (not juvenile)
  • The last known or current address of the registrant

Third-party sites are not sponsored by government agencies. Because of this, record availability and results may vary.

Castle Rock Crime Statistics

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) publishes annual crime statistics reports for all cities that participate in its Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program. Castle Rock crime statistics published in 2019 showed a total of 994 crimes, including 30 violent crimes, 962 property crimes, and 2 arson cases. Specifics for violent crimes were 16 rape incidents, 4 robberies, and 10 aggravated assault cases. Reported property crimes were 96 burglary cases, 806 larceny-thefts, and 60 motor vehicle thefts.

In the previous year, the FBI’s UCR reported 36 violent crimes, 969 property crimes, and 2 arsons. Between both years, crime reports in Castle Rock City reduced by 1.3%.

Are Castle Rock Criminal Records Public?

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) provides public access to Castle Rock criminal records. Anyone may obtain records through the Internet Criminal History Check System (ICHC). Record seekers may search by providing a first name and last name without a suffix, and a date of birth. Searchers can also include a social security number and a CBI-provided IDT number. Each search costs a non-refundable $5 fee regardless of search results, payable by a credit card. If more than one record matches the information provided, users must pay an additional $5 for each one viewed after the first. Users should note that searching the ICHC requires entering exact details.

Persons seeking official or notarized Castle Rock criminal records with the CBI letterhead should submit completed copies of the criminal history request form. Mail searches cost $13 and are payable via credit cards, money orders, business checks, or cashier's checks. Requestors making credit card payments should send completed credit card authorization forms along with the request form. Money orders and checks should be made out to the CBI. Submitted checks should be issued within 90 days. The CBI does not accept personal checks. Mail requestors should submit applications to:

Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Department of Public Safety
Biometric Identification and Records Unit
690 Kipling Street
Suite 3000
Denver, CO 80215
Phone: (303) 239-4208
Email: cdps.cbi.biru.dis@state.co.us

How to Obtain Castle Rock Police Reports and Arrest Records

Requesters may obtain arrest records and police reports from the Castle Rock Police Department. Interested requestors should complete the records request form with the incident location, type, date and time, names of persons involved, requestor information, and delivery details. All requests require copies of government-issued ID. Each request costs a $3 search fee and $1 per page. Certification costs an additional $5 per record. Requestors should submit in-person, email, or fax records to the Police Department using the contact information below:

Castle Rock Police Department
Records Unit
100 Perry Street
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Phone: (303) 663-6104
Fax: (303) 663-6105
Email: policerecords@crgov.com

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Castle Rock

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office provides a public online search for sex offenders in the county. Interested parties can conduct a general search or an address proximity search. The address proximity search requires street, city, zip code, and mile radius information. To use the general search, individuals must enter at least one of the listed required details. Displayed information includes the offender’s name, age, custody status, physical descriptors, and photographs. Other available data are conviction details, address, and vehicle information.

How to Find Castle Rock Inmate Records

Members of the general public can find Castle Rock inmate records through the Sheriff’s Office’s Inmate Inquiry. Anyone can search by providing a name, subject number, booking number, booking date range, custody status, and housing facility. Displayed inmate details include demographic information, booking history, charge details, docket number, and crime class.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Castle Rock Jail?

Persons looking to visit Castle Rock inmates at the Douglas County Detention Division can schedule non-contact video visits only. Visits may be onsite at the jail lobby or remote from any internet-connected device. Each remote visit costs 29 cents per minute or $8.70 for 30 minutes. Onsite video visits are free but limited to two 30-minute sessions per day and two per week. Onsite visits take place at:

Douglas County Detention Division
Robert A. Christensen Justice Center
4000 Justice Way
Castle Rock, CO 80109
Phone: (303) 660-7550

Interested persons may visit the facility every day at 7:00 am to 11:30 am, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm, 3:00 pm to 4:30 pm, and 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm. All visitors must arrive 15 minutes before the appointment. Anyone who arrives late will only have the remainder of their visit. Visitors should also note that the facility may change appointments for security or safety reasons.

No more than two visitors may be present during a visit. Visitors should be at least 18 years old or accompanied by parents or guardians. Adult visitors must provide a state-issued driver’s license or ID card, passport, military ID, or other government/consulate ID. Visitors must also dress appropriately, without any obscene, suggestive, provocative, or revealing clothing. Staff at the facility may deny visits to persons who break any rules.

The Detention Division does not permit visits during lockdowns, headcounts, or meals. The inmate is responsible for informing visitors of these exempt periods. All visits are recorded and may be monitored.

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

What are Castle Rock Vital Records?

Castle Rock vital records are documents detailing life events such as marriages, divorces, births, and deaths. The general public can obtain these records by submitting official requests to the applicable custodian in each case. However, Colorado law restricts access to some vital records.

Where and How to Obtain Castle Rock Divorce Records

Castle Rock divorce records are available at the Douglas County District Court. Persons seeking these records should contact the court with details of the records. Each person must provide information such as the names of the divorced persons and the date of divorce. The request may also contain other related information. Applicants should submit requests for Castle Rock divorce decrees to:

Douglas County District Court
Douglas County Courthouse
4000 Justice Way
Suite 2009
Castle Rock, CO 80109
Phone: (720) 437-6200
Fax: (303) 688-1962
Email: douglasjury@judicial.state.co.us

Where and How to Get Public Castle Rock Marriage Records

Anyone can request copies of Castle Rock marriage records from the Douglas County Recording Office. Each requestor must submit a completed application form, and a check or money order made out to the Douglas County Clerk. Information required on the form includes a marriage license number, marriage date, marriage location, and the names of both parties. Each regular copy costs 25 cents, while certified copies cost $1.25. Requestors should also include self-addressed and stamped envelopes before sending requests. Interested parties should submit requests to:

Douglas County Recording
301 Wilcox Street
P.O. Box 1360
Castle Rock, CO 80104

Parties can also use the Douglas County Official Records Search to find Castle Rock marriage records online. Interested parties may search records by specifying the applicable document type, and providing other details such as party type, name, and date.

Where and How to Find Castle Rock Birth Records

Residents can obtain Castle Rock birth records from the Tri-County Health Department. However, Colorado law restricts access to the following requestors:

  • The person named on the record
  • The person’s immediate family members, including a parent, grandparent, stepparent, sibling, spouse, or child
  • Legal representatives requesting on behalf of any of the above persons
  • Anyone that can prove a direct and tangible interest in the record.

To obtain Castle Rock birth certificates, requestors must provide the following information:

  • The person’s full name as it appears on the record
  • Place and date of birth
  • Each parent’s name, including the mother’s full maiden name
  • The requestor’s relationship with the person named on the record
  • The reason for the request
  • The requestor’s signature

Eligible parties can obtain Castle Rock birth certificates by mail, email, or in person. Each mail requestor must complete the birth certificate application in English or Spanish. Records cost $20 for the first copy and $13 for each extra copy ordered simultaneously. An expedited 2-day shipping option is available for an additional $25. Checks should be payable to TCHD. Parties should submit mail requests with acceptable identification to:

Tri-County Health Department
Office of Vital Records
410 S. Wilcox Street
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Email: vitalrecords@tchd.org
Phone: (720) 200-1401

Applicants requesting in person must first schedule appointments at the Commerce City or Greenwood Village offices. In-person requesters can pay with checks or money orders made out to TCHD, credit cards, or cash. Physical requests are usually ready within 20 minutes.

Where and How to Find Castle Rock Death Records

The Tri-County Health Department provides requestors with copies of Castle Rock death records. Persons who need these records can submit requests by mail, in person, or email. However, the Health Department only entertains requests from persons authorized by law. Eligible requestors include:

  • The decedent’s sibling, spouse, child, parent, grandparent, legal guardian
  • A legal representative of any person named above
  • An authorized genealogist
  • A government agency for official duties
  • An ex-spouse that can prove a direct and tangible interest in the record

All requestors must provide the Health Department with the decedent’s full name as listed on the record, date and place of death, age at death, and a reason for the request. The requestor must also include a relationship with the decedent, and copy of valid identification. The first copy of a Castle Rock death certificate costs $20, while additional copies cost $13 if ordered simultaneously.

For physical requests, interested persons should schedule appointments at the Health Department’s Commerce City or Greenwood Village offices. Requestors may visit either office with acceptable ID, and pay with cash, credit cards, and checks or money orders made out to TCHD. The Health Department processes in-person requests within 20 minutes.

Interested parties may also complete the English or Spanish death certificate with required information. Persons requesting by mail can only pay with checks or money orders made out to TCHD, and should also include copies of valid identification. All parties should submit mail and email requests using the details below:

Tri-County Health Department
Office of Vital Records
410 S. Wilcox Street
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Email: vitalrecords@tchd.org
Phone: (720) 200-1401