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Loveland Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Loveland City Public Records

According to the Colorado Open Records Act, Loveland public records include any document that a Loveland City official creates, stores, files, or reproduces during the course of public business. These documents may come handwritten or typed out. The definition also covers other media types like photographs, video, audio recordings, microfilms, and maps. However, CORA mandates city officials to restrict certain portions of public records if they include:

  • Work products created for elected officials;
  • Information on medical records;
  • Information on a donor or the amount they donated to an institution.

Loveland City Crime Statistics

The Loveland City Police Department generates annual crime reports using crime and arrest records. It makes these records available online and sends them to the Colorado Department of Safety and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. In a 2019 report, the Loveland City Police Department said that citizen-generated calls from help went up by 2.5% from the previous year, while officer-initiated stops also went up by 3.5%. However, even with these increases, the Department recorded 222 violent crimes and 1,571 property crimes among 78,856 people - a 7.5% decrease in Part 1 crimes from the previous year.

Among violent crimes, the Police Department recorded 54 rapes, 18 robberies, and 150 cases of aggravated assault. The violent crime rate in the city was 2.81, while the statewide standard was 3.81. Among property crimes, there were 157 burglaries, 1,289 cases of larceny-theft, 125 vehicular thefts, and ten arson cases. Burglaries and larceny-theft went down by 20.7% and 10%, respectively, compared to the previous year.

Are Loveland City Criminal Records Public?

Per the Colorado Open Records Act, some - but not all - Loveland City criminal records are publicly available. The act restricts the public from getting Loveland City criminal records if they hold information on:

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

The Colorado Bureau of Investigations (CBI) maintains criminal records in Loveland City and statewide. Interested individuals that wish to find Loveland City criminal records may query the CBI’s Internet Criminal History Check System. Researchers must enter the desired person’s name (spelling it exactly) and date of birth. The CBI charges a non-refundable $5 fee per search. Interested persons may also request Loveland City criminal records by completing a Public Request for Criminal History Record Information application, attaching a money order, and sending the package to the CBI’s Identification Unit.

Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Identification Unit
690 Kipling Street,
Suite 3000
Denver, CO 80215
Phone: (303) 239-4208

How to Obtain Loveland City Police Reports and Arrest Records

The Loveland City Police Department’s Records Unit creates, stores, shares, and indexes all Loveland City police records. The Unit accepts public requests for Loveland City police reports and arrests records. Individuals interested in obtaining a Loveland City police report must complete a Records Request Form - including the requester’s name and contact information and pertinent information like the involved names, dates, and case number (if known). Requesters may email the form to records@cityofloveland.org or send it to (970) 962-2916 by fax. There is no charge to get reports under 20 pages. However, requesters must pay $5 plus 25 cents per page for documents longer than 20 pages. If the Unit’s staff spend more than fifteen minutes looking for or retrieving a police report, the requester must pay $35 per hour, a minimum of a quarter-hour.

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Loveland City

Per the Laws Governing Sex Offenders in Colorado, Loveland City residents convicted for sex offenses must register as sex offenders with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and update their information annually. The CBI makes sex offender information in Loveland City and other parts of the state available to the public on the Colorado Online Sex Offender Registry. Interested persons will find general information on Loveland City sex offenders, like:

  • First and last names
  • Other known monikers
  • Telephone number
  • Email address
  • Social media IDs
  • Home or work addresses
  • Photograph
  • Descriptive features
  • Compliance status

Individuals looking for specific offenders may search using their names, zip codes, or conviction level. Interested persons may also use the Map Search Tool to scan individual neighborhoods for offenders that live or work within proximity of playgrounds, schools, and sports centers. Interested persons may also register for the free subscription notification service that provides email alerts when sex offenders move into the neighborhood.

How to Find Loveland City Inmates Records

The Larimer County Jail houses all persons convicted in Loveland City. The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office maintains inmate information. It provides booking reports (for newly booked inmates) and an inmate search page, where interested persons can search for Loveland City inmates using their last names. The Colorado Department of Corrections (DOC) also maintains a statewide public database of inmates in correctional facilities across Colorado. Interested persons may use the department's search tool to find information on all inmates in Colorado state.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Loveland City Jail?

Persons convicted for offenses in Loveland City serve out their time in the Larimer County Jail. The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office allows friends and family to visit inmates using online video visitation services. These visitation services are available anywhere globally, as long as the visitor has an internet connection. However, individuals without access to a digital device/internet may use the onsite video visitation facility that the Sheriff's Office provides for the public.

All video visitors must schedule their calls at least 24 hours before the visit. The visitor will learn how long the visit will last when they schedule. Any appointment that clashes with an inmate’s court appearance will not hold. Video visitors may not use vulgar language or share either obscene or gang-related images. Sexually explicit activity is not allowed, and the prison staff will monitor and record all video visits.

On-site visitors may use the facility only once a week and must check in at least ten minutes before the appointment begins. All visitors must provide a valid government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license, state ID card, or military-issued ID. All minors must visit with adults present and provide a legal birth certificate as identification. On-site visitors must sit through the visitation session and may not bring any of the following items to the visitation area:

  • Food and drink;
  • Cell phones, tablets, computers, or other electronic equipment;
  • Guns, knives, or other weapons.

The visitation schedule for on-site visitation is below:

  • Tuesday, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm: Inmate last names starting with A through M;
  • Wednesday, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm: Inmate last names starting with N through Z.

Loveland City Court Records

Loveland City court cases are processed under the Larimer County legal system, which consists of the district courts, county courts, and municipal courts. The Larimer County District Court has general jurisdiction over Loveland city criminal and civil cases. In contrast, the Larimer County Court in Loveland has limited authority over Loveland City civil and criminal cases, while the Loveland Municipal Court has jurisdiction over Loveland City civil protection orders. The Colorado Judicial Branch allows interested persons to obtain Loveland City court docket information through its Larimer County Docket Search page. Anyone can search for specific dockets using the parties’ names, the case number, and the date range. Individuals that wish to obtain certified copies of court records may contact the courts’ clerks.

The locations of courts in Loveland City are below:

Larimer County District Court
Larimer County Justice Center
201 Laporte Avenue,
Suite 100,
Fort Collins, CO 80521
Phone: (970) 494-3500
Fax: (970) 494-3580

County Court of Larimer County - Loveland
810 East 10th Street,
Suite 110,
Loveland, CO 80537
Phone: (970) 622-2100
Fax: (970) 622-2149

Loveland Municipal Court
810 East 10th Street,
Suite 200,
Loveland, CO 80537
Phone: (970) 962-2482
Fax: (970) 962-2938

Are Loveland City Court Records Public?

Per the Chief Justice Directive (CJD) 05-01 and the Supreme Court Rule on Public Access to Information and Records (P.A.I.R.R.), most Loveland City court records are open for public inspection at reasonable times. However, the public will not gain access to certain court records if they contain details of:

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

How to Obtain Loveland City Civil Court Case Records

The Larimer County District Court has general jurisdiction over Loveland city civil cases and allows the public to get copies of civil court cases. Online researchers may find Loveland City civil court case dockets on the Larimer County Docket Search page, using the parties’ names, the case number, and the date range. However, such documents are unofficial.

Individuals who wish to obtain certified copies of Loveland City civil court case records may query the Larimer County District Court Clerk’s office in person or U.S mail. Applicants may complete a Records Request Form, including the desired record’s details and indicating how the requester will pay the fees. Eligible persons that wish to obtain confidential court records must complete a Proof of Party Form and include it in their request.

In-person requesters may visit the clerk’s office between 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Mail-in requesters may send cheques or money orders to:

ATTN: Records Department
Larimer County Justice Center
201 La Porte Avenue, Suite 100
Fort Collins, CO 80521-2761
Phone: (970) 494-3509
Email: 08RecordRequest@judicial.state.co.us.
Fax: (970) 494-3580

How to Obtain Loveland City Criminal Court Records

The Larimer County District Court tries Loveland city criminal cases and offers public access to criminal court records. Online researchers may access Loveland City criminal court case dockets on the Larimer County Docket Search page, using the defendant’s name and birthdate, the case number, and the date range. However, such documents are unofficial.

Individuals who wish to obtain certified copies of Loveland City criminal court records may query the Larimer County District Court Clerk’s office in person or US mail. Applicants may complete a Records Request Form - including the desired record’s details and indicating how the requester will pay the fees. Eligible persons that wish to obtain confidential court records must complete a Proof of Party Form and include it in their request.

In-person requesters may visit the clerk’s office between 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Mail-in requesters may send cheques or money orders to the:

ATTN: Records Department
Larimer County Justice Center
201 La Porte Avenue, Suite 100
Fort Collins, CO 80521-2761
Phone: (970) 494-3509
Email: 08RecordRequest@judicial.state.co.us.
Fax: (970) 494-3580

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What are Loveland City Vital Records?

Loveland City officials and employees issue vital records as proof of important occurrences within the population. Examples of essential events include births, deaths, divorces, and marriages. The Larimer County District Court Clerk is responsible for issuing Loveland City divorce records, while the Larimer County Clerk and Recorder’s Office issues copies of Loveland City marriage certificates. The Larimer County Health Department is responsible for issuing Loveland City birth and death certificates. Similarly, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment also provides interested persons with copies of Loveland City’s vital records.

Where and How to Obtain Loveland City Divorce Records

The Larimer County District Court Clerk is responsible for issuing Loveland City divorce records and makes them publicly available. Online researchers may access Loveland City divorce court dockets on the Larimer County Docket Search page, using the divorcee’s names, the case number, and the date range. However, such documents are unofficial.

Individuals who wish to obtain certified copies of Loveland City divorce records may query the Larimer County District Court Clerk’s office in person between 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Applicants may complete a Records Request Form - including the desired record’s details and indicating how the requester will pay the fees. The court clerk charges $20 plus 75 cents per page for divorce record copies.

Larimer County District Court Clerk
Larimer County Justice Center
201 La Porte Avenue, Suite 100
Fort Collins, CO 80521-2761
Phone: (970) 494-3509
Email: 08RecordRequest@judicial.state.co.us.
Fax: (970) 494-3580

Interested persons may also obtain Loveland City divorce verification certificates by querying the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment in person or by mail. Applicants must complete an online appointment form before visiting the office and bring along a valid, government-issued ID. Copies of Loveland City divorce verification 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 Public Loveland City Marriage Records

The Larimer County Clerk and Recorder’s Office is responsible for legalizing marriages and provides interested public members with uncertified copies of Loveland City marriage certificates. Interested persons must contact the Clerk and Recorder’s Office with the following information:

  • Reception number of recorded license
  • Full names of both parties
  • Date of ceremony

Requesters may apply in-person, by telephone, or by mail. Mail-in applicants must send in a written request with the above information, along with a mailing address for the return copies. Uncertified copies of Loveland City marriage certificates cost 25 cents each.

In-Person:
Larimer County Clerk and Recorder - Loveland
200 Peridot Ave.
Loveland, CO 80537
Phone: (970) 498-7860

Mail-in requests:
Larimer County Clerk and Recorder
Attn: Copies
P.O. Box 1280
Fort Collins, CO 80522

Where and How to Obtain Confidential Loveland City Marriage Records

The Larimer County Clerk and Recorder’s Office is responsible for legalizing marriages and provides certified copies of Loveland City marriage certificates to the following eligible persons:

  • The couples
  • The couples’ immediate family members
  • The couples’ legal representatives

Eligible persons that wish to obtain certified copies of Loveland City marriage records must contact the Clerk and Recorder’s Office with the following information:

  • Reception number of recorded license
  • Full names of both parties
  • Date of ceremony

Requesters may apply in-person, by telephone, or by mail. Mail-in applicants must send in a written request with the above information, along with a mailing address for the return copies. Requesters must also provide proof of eligibility. Certified copies of Loveland City marriage certificates cost $1.25 each.

In-Person:
Larimer County Clerk and Recorder - Loveland
200 Peridot Ave.
Loveland, CO 80537
Phone: (970) 498-7860

Mail-in requests:
Larimer County Clerk and Recorder
Attn: Copies
P.O. Box 1280
Fort Collins, CO 80522

Where and How to Obtain Loveland City Birth Records

The Larimer County Health Department is responsible for issuing Loveland City birth certificates. The public can obtain uncertified copies, while certified copies are available 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

Individuals interested in obtaining copies of Loveland City birth records must complete a birth certificate request form and send it to the Health Department in person or by mail. Individuals requesting certified copies must provide proof of eligibility. Copies of Loveland City birth certificates cost $20 for the first copy and $13 per additional copy ordered simultaneously.

Larimer County Health Department
Vital Statistics
1525 Blue Spruce Drive,
Fort Collins, CO 80524

Where and How to Obtain Loveland City Death Records

The Larimer County Health Department is responsible for the county’s death register. It issues uncertified copies on Loveland City death certificates to the public, while certified copies are available 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.

Individuals interested in obtaining copies of Loveland City death records must complete a death certificate request form and send it to the Health Department in personin personor by mail. Individuals requesting certified copies must provide proof of eligibility. Copies of Loveland City death certificates cost $20 for the first copy and $13 per additional copy ordered simultaneously.

Larimer County Health Department
Vital Statistics
1525 Blue Spruce Drive,
Fort Collins, CO 80524