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Garfield County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Garfield County Arrest Records?

Garfield County arrest records are official documents that provide information on the number of arrests executed, following criminal activity, in the county. The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office serves as the main local law enforcement agency for the county. To obtain arrest records, interested individuals should query the Sheriff’s Office at:

Garfield County Sheriff’s Office
107 8th Street
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
(970) 945-0453

While arrest records may suggest that an individual has been taken into custody as part of an active investigation, it does not provide definitive proof of the subject’s involvement in the crime or conviction. As such, arrest records may not be used as a substitute for criminal history information.

Crime Statistics

In 2017, Garfield County reported a total number of 240 crimes, including 41 violent crimes and 199 property crimes. Violent crimes included 20 rapes, 2 robberies, and 19 aggravated assaults. Property crimes included 46 burglaries, 142 larcenies, 11 motor vehicle thefts, and 4 arsons. Garfield County crime statistics for 2017 revealed a slight increase in total crimes reported in the county over a 5-year period. Rape, robberies, burglary, larceny, and arson rates increased by 11%, 200%, 44%, 18%, and 300% respectively. In contrast, murder, aggravated assault, and motor vehicle theft rates declined by 100%, 14%, and 15% respectively.

What are Garfield County Criminal Records?

Garfield County criminal records are documents that consist of information about an individual’s criminal history in the county. They may include biodata, arrest records, convictions, and incarceration information. Garfield County criminal records are usually compiled by the Garfield County Sheriff’s County and made available to the public by the Colorado Department of Public Safety.

How Do I Get Garfield County Criminal Records?

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) of the Colorado Department of Public Safety serves as the central administrative system for criminal records in the state of Colorado. Name-based searches can be done online through the Internet Criminal History Check System (ICHC). Interested individuals can use this website to carry out name-based checks with the individual’s name, date of birth, and social security number. A non-refundable fee of $5 is required for each search. For more information and inquiries, call (303) 239-4208. To carry out fingerprint-based checks, visit any of the CBI offices or call the contact number:

CBI Headquarters
690 Kipling Street, Suite 4000
Lakewood, CO 80215

CBI Arvada Regional Office
6000 West 54th Avenue
Arvada, CO 80002

CBI Grand Junction Regional Office
2797 Justice Drive
Grand Junction, CO 81506

CBI Pueblo Regional Office
79 North Silicon Drive
Pueblo West, CO 81007
Phone: (303) 239-4208
Fax: (303) 239-5858

How to Find Garfield County Sex Offender Information

The CBI is tasked with the responsibility of managing and operating the Colorado Sex Offender Registry. The public access portal provides information on four categories of convicted sex offenders:

  • Sexually Violent Predators (SVPs)
  • Adult offenders convicted of multiple sexual and/or violent felony offenses (multiple offenders)
  • Adult offenders who fail to register as required for a felony sex offense
  • Adult offenders convicted of a felony sex offense and registered with local law enforcement, as required

Residents of Garfield County can conduct name searches or map searches using the registry to locate sex offenders in their neighborhoods. It does not provide information on sex offenders convicted of misdemeanor sex offenses and sex offender that were convicted as juveniles. Interested individuals can request the complete list of all registered sex offenders in the state or a particular local area by filling out the request form. Applications should also include the required payment and be sent via mail or in-person to:

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

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Garfield County Jail?

The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office runs the operation of the Garfield County Detention Facility located at 107 8th street in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Inmate visitation is permitted for family, friends, and professionals. Information on inmate visitation can be obtained by visiting the inmate visitation page maintained by the Sheriff’s office. Money deposits to an inmate’s account can be made using the self-serve kiosk at the detention center. Deposits can be made in cash or with credit cards. Deposits can also be made with a credit or debit card by visiting www.inmatecanteen.com. Create an account, select “Colorado”, then “Garfield County” and then the inmate’s last name.

Where and How to Find Garfield County Inmate Information

The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office maintains an online inmate roster of persons currently held in the county jail. It provides details on the inmate charges, booking date and the bond amount. It also provides an update on the number of days each inmate has spent in custody. Residents can obtain more information by contacting call (970) 945-0453.

What are Garfield County Court Records?

Garfield County court records are public records that can be obtained by interested individuals. Each court maintains the record of each case that it handles. To request court records, inquiries have to be made at the court that decided the case in question. A requester should fill out the search request form and make a walk-in request at the custodian court.

Location of All Courts in Garfield County

Garfield County judicial division consists of one District Court, two County Courts, and six Municipal Courts. Below are the courts’ addresses and contact information:

Garfield County District Court
Garfield County District Court
Garfield County Courthouse
109 8th Street, Suite 104
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Phone: (970) 928-3065
Fax: (970) 928-3067

Garfield County County Courts
County Court of Garfield County
Garfield County Courthouse
109 8th Street, Suite 104
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Phone: (970) 928-3065
Fax: (970) 928-3067

Garfield County Associate Court
200 East 18th Street, Suite 103
Rifle, CO 81650
Phone: (970) 625-5100
Fax: (970) 625-1125

Garfield County Municipal Courts
Carbondale Municipal Court
511 Colorado Avenue
Carbondale, CO 81623
Phone: (970) 963-2733
Fax: (970) 963-9140

Glenwood Springs Municipal Court
101 West 8th Street
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Phone: (970) 384-6530
Fax: (970) 928-8280

New Castle Municipal Court
450 West Main Street
P.O. Box 90
New Castle, CO 81647
Phone: (970) 984-2311
Fax: (970) 984-2716

Parachute Municipal Court
222 Grand Valley Way
Parachute, CO 81635
Phone: (970) 285-7630, extension 101
Fax: (970) 285-0292

Rifle Municipal Court
Rifle Justice Center
201 East 18th Street
Rifle, CO 81650
Phone: (970) 665-6420
Fax: (970) 665-6422

Silt Municipal Court
231 North 7th Street
Silt, CO 81652
Phone: (970) 876-2735

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What are Garfield County Vital Records

Garfield County’s vital records are documents that record vital events that occur within the county. This includes birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. These records are maintained at the county level by the District Court and the Clerk & Recorder’s Office. Divorce records are in the custody of the Garfield County District Court. On the other hand, the Garfield County Clerk & Recorder’s Office is responsible for recording marriages, births, and deaths in the county. The Clerk and Recorder’s Office processes certified copies of birth records of persons born in the state of Colorado. It can however only issue marriage and death records of events that occurred within the county.

Where and How to Get Garfield County Divorce Records

Garfield County divorce records can be obtained from the Garfield County District Court. Interested individuals are required to provide the following information:

  • Names of the divorced couple
  • Case number
  • Date of filing
  • Government-issued ID for eligibility purposes
  • Required fees

A written request with the aforementioned information should be made to:

Garfield County District Court
Garfield County Courthouse
109 8th Street, Suite 104
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Phone: (970) 928-3065
Fax: (970) 928-3067

Where and How to Get Garfield County Marriage Records

Garfield County marriage records are maintained by the Clerk & Recorder’s Office. To obtain this record, requesters will need to fill out and submit an application for a certified copy of a Marriage Record to the:

Garfield County Clerk and Recorder
109 8th Street, Suite 200
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
(970)384-3700 Option 4
vitalrecord@garfield-county.com
recording@garfield-county.com

Each copy requested costs $1.50, payable in cash, check, or credit card.

Where and How to Get Garfield County Birth Records

Garfield County birth records are kept by the Clerk & Recorder’s Office. To obtain a birth record, a requester must meet the eligibility requirement. Birth records are accessible only to the following persons:

  • The record’s subject (person named on the certificate)
  • Spouse (marriage certificate required)
  • Parents and Stepparents (with proof of marriage)
  • Grandparents
  • Legal guardian (papers showing that they are the legal guardian, court papers)
  • Siblings (with proof of relationship)
  • Descendants (children or grandchildren with birth certificate proof)
  • Stepchildren (show how related to the child or stepparent)
  • Legal representatives of any of the above
  • Genealogists representing family members with appropriate credentials and proof of death, release

A requester should fill out the birth certificate form and provide the following information:

  • The individual’s name
  • Birth date
  • Place (county) of birth
  • Parent’s names
  • Mother’s maiden name

One of the identifications from the list of identification requirements is required. Each certified copy of a birth record requested costs $20 for the first copy and $13 for each additional copy. Payment can be made with credit cards (with a processing fee for credit card transactions), money order, or cashier’s check. Payable to Garfield County Clerk. The filled-out form, a copy of the requester’s identification, and payment should be submitted in person or via mail to:

Garfield County Clerk & Recorder
109 8th Street, Suite 200
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
(970) 384-3700 option 4

Where and How to Get Garfield County Death Records

The Clerk & Recorder’s Office maintains Garfield County death records. Death records can be obtained by the following persons:

  • Parents or Step-parents
  • Grandparents (proof of relationship required)
  • Siblings (with proof of relationship)
  • Spouse (listed on death certificate or marriage license)
  • Adult children or grandchildren of the registrant (must show lineage, such as birth certificate, marriage license)
  • Stepchildren (show proof of the fact of relationship)
  • Legal guardian (court papers, power of attorney)
  • Genealogists representing family members with appropriate credentials and proof of death, release (must show relationship)
  • Attorneys and others who may demonstrate a direct and tangible interest when information is needed for determining the protection of a personal or property right.

Requests can be made by completing the death certificate form. A requester will be required to provide a means of identification. Any of the identifications provided in the list of identification requirements can be used. The first copy of a death record requested costs $20, and $13 for each additional copy. Payment can be made with credit cards, money order, certified check, or credit card payment before we can process the order. The completed form, identification, and payment should be submitted to:

Garfield County Clerk & Recorder
109 8th Street, Suite 200
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
(970) 384-3700 option 4