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Montrose County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Montrose County Arrest Records?

Montrose County arrest records are official documents about an individual's criminal history record within the county’s jurisdiction of Montrose County. Arrest records equally describe circumstances that surround an individual's arrests. It includes information on searches, inquiries, reports, logs, arrest warrants, and mug shots. However, these records do not provide definitive proof of a subject's involvement in a crime. Thus, they may not replace detailed criminal history information. The Montrose County Sheriff's Office is the primary custodian of arrest records in Montrose.

Crime Statistics

Montrose County reported 591 crimes in 2018, according to data retrieved from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Property crimes were the most common offenses and accounted for 48.6% of index crimes at 135 incidents. Larceny-theft was the second most reported crime and accounted for 23.9% of index crimes at 141 incidents. Burglaries were the third most reported offenses and accounted for 19.3% of index crimes at 114 incidents. There were 8 incidents of violent crimes and 1 incident of rape in the reported year.

What are Montrose County Criminal Records?

Montrose County criminal records are documents of an individual's criminal history within the county’s jurisdiction. These records include reports about an individual's arrests, warrants, past criminal charges, current criminal charges as well as convictions and sentences.

How Do I Get Montrose County Criminal Records?

Unless sealed by state statute or court order, Montrose County criminal records are public records. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation processes name-based criminal background checks for $5.00 per online search and $13.00 per manual search. To use the internet search tool:

  • Visit the search portal
  • Select individual search
  • Accept the terms and conditions
  • Enter the subject’s name and date of birth
  • Follow on-screen prompts to pay for the search
  • Print the search results

To request a manual criminal background check, download and complete the request form. Then, enclose the form in a self-addressed stamped envelope along with a photo ID and payment. Direct mail requests to:

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

How to Find Montrose County Sex Offender Information

Interested individuals must visit the Montrose County Sheriff office in person to access the sex offender registry. On the other hand, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation maintains a statewide sex offender registry. The registry is useful to track convicted and wanted sex offenders in Montrose County. Query the database using the name, address, or location of the suspected sex offender.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Montrose County Jail?

Adult offenders serve time at the Montrose County Jail located at:

Montrose County Jail
1200 North Grand Avenue
Montrose, CO 81401
Phone: (970) 252-4071

The jail allows onsite and remote video visitations. All visitors must register on the visitation web portal and schedule visitations at least 24 hours in advance. Visitors must be fully and appropriately dressed. Furthermore, visitors must be the inmate’s visitation list and must carry a government-issued photo ID at all times.

Where and How to Find Montrose County Inmate Information

Individuals may call the Montrose County Jail directly to request information on a current inmate. Likewise, the Montrose Sheriff’s Office maintains information on Montrose County inmates accessible on its inmate roster. Interested individuals may find information using the name, booking date, and offenses of the inmate.

What are Montrose County Court Records?

Montrose County court records are documents, files, and transcripts of records generated during the entire legal process. The court generates and maintains them from when a litigant files a case to when a judge delivers a verdict as well as when a party files an appeal. The County Clerk maintains court records in Montrose County. To access a court record, the requester must visit the Clerk’s Office in person and present the litigant’s name and case number.

Address requests to:

Montrose County Clerk
320 South First Street - Room 103
Montrose, CO 81401
Phone: (970) 249-3362 Ext. 2
Email: MontroseClerk@judicial.state.co.us

Location of All Courts in Montrose County

This is a list of the addresses and contact information of courts in Montrose County:

Montrose County District Court
Montrose County Justice Center
1200 North Grand Avenue
Montrose, CO 81401
Phone: (970) 252-4300
Fax: (970) 252-4309

County Court of Montrose County
Montrose County Justice Center
1200 North Grand Avenue
Montrose, CO 81401
Phone: (970) 252-4300
Fax: (970) 252-4309

Naturita Municipal Court
222 East Main Street, P.O. Box 505
Naturita, CO 81422
Phone: (970) 865-2286
Fax: (970) 865-2815

Olathe Municipal Court
420 Horton Avenue, P.O. Box 789
Olathe, CO 81425
Phone: (970) 323-4357 Ext. 14
Fax: (970) 323-5742

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What are Montrose County Vital Records?

Vital records in Montrose are official documents of all life events that occur within county jurisdiction. This includes materials that pertain to all births, deaths, marriages, and marriage dissolution. The County Clerk and the local Health Department are the local custodians of specific vital records in Montrose County.

Where and How to Get Montrose County Divorce Records

The office of the County Clerk disseminates divorce or marriage dissolution records in Montrose County. Eligible individuals may obtain certified copies in person. The Clerk’s Office will give an estimate for associated costs.

Direct requests to:

Montrose County Clerk
320 South First Street - Room 103
Montrose, CO 81401
Phone: (970) 249-3362 Ext. 2
Email: MontroseClerk@judicial.state.co.us

Where and How to Get Montrose County Marriage Records

The County Clerk issues marriage licenses and disseminates marriage records in Montrose County. Eligible individuals may obtain certified copies of marriage records in person. The Clerk’s Office will give an estimate for associated costs.

Direct requests to:

Montrose County Clerk
320 South First Street - Room 103
Montrose, CO 81401
Phone: (970) 249-3362 Ext. 2
Email: MontroseClerk@judicial.state.co.us

Where and How to Get Montrose County Birth Records

Certified copies of birth records are available upon request to eligible persons at the local Department of Health. Eligible requesters include immediate family members and their legal designees. Requesters must complete a birth certificate request. A certified copy costs $20.00 while each additional copy costs $13.00. Enclose the completed request, a photo ID and payment in a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Direct requests to:

Montrose County Public Health
1845 South Townsend
Montrose, CO 81401
Phone: (970) 252-5009
Fax: (970) 964-2159

Where and How to Get Montrose County Death Records

Certified copies of death records are available upon request to eligible persons at the local Department of Health. This includes immediate family members and legal designees. Requesters must complete a death certificate request. A certified copy costs $20.00 while each additional copy costs $13.00. The Health Department also charges a $1.00 search fee. Enclose the completed request, a photo ID and payment in a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Direct requests to:

Montrose County Public Health
1845 South Townsend
Montrose, CO 81401
Phone: (970) 252-5009
Fax: (970) 964-2159