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Lakewood Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Lakewood City Public Records

Following the Colorado Open Records Act, Lakewood City public records include all information that city officials and employees create, store, file, or reproduce - except for those marked as legally confidential. These public records may take handwritten or typewritten format or include audio and video recordings, photographs, and pictures. City agencies or employees may mark portions of public records as confidential if they contain the following:

  • Trade secrets
  • Work products created for elected officials
  • Information on medical records
  • Donor information or the amount donated to an institution

Lakewood City Crime Statistics

The Lakewood City Police Department collates crime and arrest reports throughout the city. It sends report summaries to the Federal Bureau of Investigation as part of its Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program. It also pools the statistics into a Community Crime Map that it makes publicly available. The Department’s 2017 report revealed a crime rate of 644.09 per 100,000 people, a 13.77% increase from the previous year.

Further analysis of the 2017 report showed 1,007 violent crimes and 7,596 property crimes among the city’s 156,344 residents. Among the violent crimes were 643 cases of aggravated assault, 208 robberies, 151 rape cases, and five murders. With 5,492 cases, larceny-theft was the most recurrent property crime, followed by 1,193 vehicular thefts, 911 burglaries, and 24 arson cases.

In 2016, there were fewer crime incidents in Lakewood City. The city’s police department reported 875 violent crimes and 8,455 property crimes among its 154,553 residents. With 6,429 cases, larceny-theft was also the most recurrent property crime, followed by 1,014 burglaries, 1,012 vehicular thefts, and 30 arson cases. Among the violent crimes were 553 cases of aggravated assault, 174 robberies, 144 rape cases, and four murders.

Are Lakewood City Criminal Records Public?

Per Colorado’s statutes, only some Lakewood City criminal records are open to public viewership. For instance, the Colorado Bureau of Investigations (CBI) does not offer public access to legally sealed records or juvenile criminal records. It allows public members to view adult criminal records alone. Interested persons may access non-confidential Lakewood City criminal records through the CBI’s Internet Criminal History Check System.

How to Obtain Lakewood City Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Lakewood City Police Department offers copies of its reports for public viewership. However, as per Colorado statutes, some information contained in police reports are not publicly available, including information on:

  • At-risk adults
  • Juveniles
  • Sex assaults
  • Child abuse
  • Ongoing police investigations

The Department allows interested persons to request Lakewood City police reports by mail, fax, or email. To mail a police report request, interested persons must complete a records request form and attach a copy of a government-issued picture ID and a check or money order for the required fee. The fee for copying police reports is $8 for the first ten pages and twenty-five cents per page for subsequent pages. Requesters must give at least five-seven business days to receive a response.

Lakewood Police Department
ATTN Records
445 S. Allison Parkway,
Lakewood, CO 80226

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Lakewood City

Individuals looking to get Lakewood City sex offender information may query the Colorado Online Sex Offender Registry. Researchers will find comprehensive information on sex offenders, including full names, known aliases, home or work addresses, compliance status, and other relevant data. Users may search by offenders’ first name, last name, zip code, and conviction level to query the registry. Researchers may also use the Map Search Tool to find offenders in specific neighborhoods or close to popular schools or playgrounds. Interested researchers may also sign up for the free subscription notification service to get notified by email when a sex offender moves to a selected zip code.

How to Find Lakewood City Inmates Records

Individuals arrested in Lakewood City stay at the Lakewood City Jail, which is under the Jefferson County Correctional Facilities. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Jail Division manages the County Correctional Facilities and offers Lakewood City inmate records. Interested persons may obtain Lakewood City inmate information by calling the Jail Division on (303) 271-5444 They can also view inmate information by using the Jail Division’s Inmate Lookup Tool. The inmate lookup tool allows users to find inmates by name or booking date.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Lakewood City Jail?

Typically, inmates at the Lakewood City Jail are there for a few hours to a couple of days before being bailed or transferred to a Jefferson County or Colorado State facility. As such, family and friends may not visit persons incarcerated at the Lakewood City Jail.

Court Records

The Lakewood Municipal Court, a part of the Colorado State 2nd Judicial District, hears all Lakewood City court cases. The Municipal Clerk of Courts maintains the court’s records and provides non-confidential court documents to anyone who requests them. These non-confidential documents may be civil case records, domestic relations records, criminal records, administrative records, probate records, and traffic court records.

Requesters will need to provide as much accurate information about the requested record as possible. Required information could include the litigants, defendant, or complainant names, and the case number and filing date.

Location of Courts in Lakewood City

Lakewood Municipal Court
445 South Allison Parkway,
Lakewood, CO 80226
Phone: (303) 987-7400
Fax: (303) 987-7447

Are Lakewood City Court Records Public?

Per the Colorado Open Records Act, most Lakewood City court records are in the public domain. However, state law restricts certain court records from general viewership if they contain information on:

  • At-risk adults.
  • Juveniles.
  • Sex assaults.
  • Child abuse.
  • Ongoing court proceedings

Anyone who wishes to obtain confidential and protected court records with the above information will have to provide a valid state or federal issued ID to access them.

Can You Look Up a Lakewood City Court Case Online?

The Lakewood Municipal Court offers the public online access to court cases through its Online Service Portal. This portal allows users to search for upcoming Lakewood City cases, pay fines and court fees, and request court records copies.

How to Obtain Lakewood City Civil Court Case Records

The Lakewood Municipal Court Clerk allows interested persons to obtain Lakewood City civil court case records in person or by mail. Requesters must provide as much accurate information as possible to expedite the search. Necessary information includes the litigants’ names, the case file number, and the filing date (if known)

Requesters with the above information may complete the Records Request Form. Copying a Lakewood City civil court case costs $6 per record. In-person requesters may pay cash. Mail-in requesters, however, must include a money order or check for the appropriate sum. Mail-in requesters must also attach a self-addressed and stamped envelope to enable the Clerk’s office to return the requested record.

Lakewood Municipal Court
445 South Allison Parkway,
Lakewood, CO 80226
Phone: (303) 987-7400
Fax: (303) 987-7447

How to Obtain Lakewood City Criminal Court Records

The Lakewood Municipal Court Clerk allows interested persons to obtain Lakewood City criminal court records in person or by mail. Requesters must provide as much accurate information as possible to expedite the search. Necessary information includes the defendant’s name, date of birth, the case file number, and the filing date (if known).

Requesters with the above information may complete the Records Request Form. Copying a Lakewood City criminal court record costs $6 per document. In-person requesters may pay cash. Mail-in requesters, however, must include a money order or check for the appropriate sum. Mail-in requesters must also attach a self-addressed and stamped envelope to enable the Clerk’s office to return the requested record.

Lakewood Municipal Court
445 South Allison Parkway,
Lakewood, CO 80226
Phone: (303) 987-7400
Fax: (303) 987-7447

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What are Lakewood City Vital Records?

In Lakewood City, government officials create vital records to mark actual life occurrences within the city. Lakewood City vital records typically keep these life events: births, marriages, deaths, and marital dissolutions. For Lakewood City, the Jefferson County Court Clerk issues divorce records, the Office of the Clerk and Recorder issues marriage records and the Jefferson County Public Health Department issues birth and death records. Statewide, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is responsible for giving vital records to requesters.

Where and How to Obtain Lakewood City Divorce Records

The Jefferson County Judicial Court grants all Lakewood City divorces and provides copies of divorce records to interested persons. Anyone who wishes to obtain copies of Lakewood City divorce records may query the Court Clerk’s office in person or by mail. Requesters must provide as much accurate information as possible to expedite the search. Necessary information includes the divorcee's names, where and when the divorce happened, and the record’s case file number.

Interested persons may submit a written request for copies of Lakewood City divorce decrees to the Court Clerk’s office in-person or by mail. Copies of divorce records cost $5. In-person requesters may pay cash. Mail-in requesters, however, must include a money order or check for the appropriate sum. Mail-in requesters must also attach a self-addressed and stamped envelope to enable the Clerk’s office to return the requested record.

Jefferson County Clerk of Court
Records Research
100 Jefferson County Parkway
Golden, CO 80401-6002

Interested persons may also obtain Lakewood City divorce verification records from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment in person or by mail. Divorce verification certificates typically contain the divorcees’ names, the divorce date, and location. Divorce verification certificates cost $17 for the first copy and $10 per additional copy.

In-person requesters may pay cash. Mail-in requesters, however, must complete an online appointment form and include a money order or check for the appropriate sum. Mail-in requesters must also attach a self-addressed and stamped envelope to enable the CDPHE to return the requested record.

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

Where and How to Obtain Lakewood City Marriage Records

The Jefferson County Clerk and Recorder’s Office issues Lakewood City marriage licenses to couples and offers certified and ordinary copies of marriage certificates to the public. Certified copies of Lakewood City marriage certificates cost $1.25 per document, while regular certificates cost twenty-five cents each. To obtain copies of Lakewood City marriage records, interested requesters must complete a Request for Marriage Record Copy, attach the appropriate fee, and provide a valid, government-issued ID.

Jefferson County Clerk And Recorder
100 Jefferson County Parkway,
Suite 2560
Golden, CO 80419-2560

Interested persons may also obtain Lakewood City marriage records from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment in person. Marriage certificates cost $17 for the first copy and $10 per additional copy.

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

Where and How to Obtain Lakewood City Birth Records

The Jefferson County Public Health Vital Records Office maintains Lakewood City birth records and provides certified copies to eligible persons, including:

  • The registrant (above 18 years old);
  • The registrant’s parents (named on the record);
  • The registrant’s spouse
  • The registrant’s immediate family members
  • The registrant’s legal representatives
  • Persons with a court order or subpoena

To obtain a copy of a Lakewood City birth certificate, eligible persons must complete a birth record application form and have it notarized. Requesters must include $20 for the first copy, and $13 per additional copy ordered simultaneously. Requesters must also include a valid government-issued ID as proof of eligibility. Requesters may mail the completed package to:

Jefferson County Vital Records Office
Dakota Building – 800 Jefferson County Parkway
Suite 1300 – Golden, CO 80401
Phone: (303) 271-6450
Fax: (303) 271-6451

Where and How to Obtain Lakewood City Death Records

The Jefferson County Public Health Vital Records Office maintains Lakewood City death records and provides certified copies to eligible persons, including:

  • The decedent’s spouse;
  • The decedent’s immediate family members;
  • The decedent’s legal representatives;
  • Anyone mentioned in a will as a beneficiary to the decedent’s estate;
  • Persons with a court order or subpoena

To obtain a copy of a Lakewood City death certificate, eligible persons must complete a death record application form and have it notarized. Requesters must include $20 for the first copy, and $13 per additional copy ordered simultaneously. Requesters must also include a valid government-issued ID as proof of eligibility. Requesters may mail the completed package to:

Jefferson County Vital Records Office
Dakota Building – 800 Jefferson County Parkway
Suite 1300 – Golden, CO 80401
Phone: (303) 271-6450
Fax: (303) 271-6451