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Pueblo County Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Pueblo Vital Records?

Per the Colorado Open Records Act, Pueblo County public records include "most writings" maintained, created, received, or distributed by public bodies in relation to a public business or activity. Public records in Pueblo County may exist as digital or physical documents. Although the records are generally obtainable by the public, some public documents are exempt from disclosure. The state law generally exempts documents that may violate the safety or privacy of concerned persons. Under the Colorado Open Records Act, these documents are exempt from public disclosure:

  • Attorney-client communications;
  • Government personnel data and similar files, such as salary information and investigations of employee misconduct (if the charges are untrue after due investigations);
  • Architectural and official building plans of government-owned facilities;
  • Expunged or sealed criminal information;
  • Medical records that may violate the privacy of the record subject;
  • Voters’ registration information, such as email address, home address, and other identifying information;
  • Information about attorney-client privilege;
  • Law enforcement agencies’ investigatory files and procedures;
  • Preliminary notes, drafts, inter or intra-agency memoranda which are not used or retained by a public agency in decision-making;
  • Minutes of the meeting of public entities closed to the public;
  • Voted registration information containing a voter's email address, home address, and phone number;
  • Public documents containing information about the identity of informants in a law enforcement investigation;
  • Information security records that may reveal vulnerabilities to a public agency's information technology system;
  • Juvenile records and information;
  • Trade secrets or negotiations filed with a public agency for licensing purposes;
  • Pending litigation that involves a public agency or entity.

Public county records may also be accessible from third-party websites. Record seekers may opt to use these non-governmental platforms to search for a specific record or multiple county 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.

Pueblo Crime Statistics

The Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office and the Pueblo Police Department are the primary law enforcement agencies responsible for documenting and collating records of all arrests within the County. In addition, these agencies create an annual statistic for all index crimes. Persons or entities interested in accessing Pueblo index crime statistics can visit the Colorado Criminal Bureau of Investigation’s online database. Per the CBI report, Pueblo County documented 5,397 index crimes, consisting of 596 violent crimes and 4,801 property crimes. A breakdown of the overall figure revealed the following index crimes rates: five rapes, 115 robberies, 491 aggravated assaults, 894 burglaries, 3,208 larceny thefts, 699 motor vehicle thefts, and three arson. Pueblo County also reported 8,554 index crimes in 2016. Therefore, index crime rates in Pueblo County decreased by 37 percent within a three-year gap.

Are Pueblo County Criminal Records Public?

Per the Colorado Open Records Act, not all Pueblo criminal records are accessible to the public. The state law permits the non-disclosure of criminal records that may violate the privacy of crime victims, witnesses, and complainants. Furthermore, juvenile criminal information is generally exempt under state law. Expunged or sealed criminal records are also inaccessible to the public.

Pueblo County’s Clerk and Recorder has jurisdiction over all criminal cases within the county. Furthermore, it provides access to criminal records via an online searchable database. Through the platform, interested persons or entities can search for Pueblo County as a public user or registered user. The “public user” option does not contain images of court documents, while the registered user contains images of court records.

Record seekers can also obtain criminal records by contacting the Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder’s Office at:

215 West 10th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 583-6507

On the other hand, the Records Division of the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office provides access to criminal records. Record seekers can obtain copies of criminal background checks by sending a completed request form to:

Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office
Attn: Records
909 Court Street
Pueblo, CO 81003

Fir Pueblo West residents:
Pueblo West Substation
320 East Joe Martinez
Pueblo West, CO 81007

The Records Division of Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office charges $5 for the record and the first ten pages of the document. Additional pages cost $0.25. On the other hand, the Records Division of the Pueblo County Police Department allows record seekers to obtain copies of criminal background checks. To get a criminal background check, interested persons must schedule an appointment by calling (719) 553-2538 and visiting the Police Department at:

Pueblo County Police Department
1 County Hall Place
Pueblo County, CO 81003.

A criminal background check costs $10 for all requesters, excluding crime victims. The Pueblo County Police Department enables crime victims to access criminal background checks for free.

In addition to this, record seekers can obtain Pueblo County’s criminal docket information from the Colorado Judicial's online searchable database. To access the preferred record, requesters must input the case number, record subject's name, and attorney bar number.

How to Obtain Pueblo County Police Reports and Arrest Records

Residents and non-residents can obtain copies of Pueblo County police reports and arrest records via the Records Division of the Pueblo Police Department. Furthermore, the Department provides access to police reports via an online searchable portal. To access police reports via the online platform, record seekers must select the type of police report and input other necessary information on the online platform.

The Records Division of the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office is also an alternative resource to access police reports and arrest records. Interested persons can access public documents from the Records Division by filling out a Records Request Form. Furthermore, requesters may send the completed document in-person or via mail to:

Pueblo County Sheriff’s Office
Attn: Records
909 Court Street
Pueblo, CO 81003

Pueblo West residents:
Pueblo West Substation
320 East Joe Martinez
Pueblo West, CO 81007

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Pueblo County

The Colorado Bureau of Investigations, via the Sex Offenders Unit, maintains an online database of all sex offenders registered or residing in Pueblo County. In addition, the online sex offenders registry provides information on the following sex offender category:

  • Sexually violent predators;
  • Offenders who failed to register with the Sex Offenders Unit;
  • Offenders convicted of multiple violent or sexual felony offenses;
  • Registered sex offenders.

Interested persons or entities can access a complete list of Pueblo County by filling out a request form and mailing the completed form alongside the required fee to the CBI Office at:

Sex Offender Registration Unit
690 Kipling Street, Suite 4000
Denver, CO 80215
Phone: (303) 239-4222
Fax: (303) 239-5788

On the other hand, record seekers can search and view sex offenders’ information via the CBI's name search and map search platforms.

How to Find Pueblo County Inmate Records

The Colorado Department of Corrections maintains a countywide online repository of all inmate information. Interested persons can find Pueblo County inmate records by inputting the inmate's first and last name into the online platform.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Pueblo County?

The Pueblo County Detention Center houses all inmates convicted by the county's courts. Furthermore, it allows families, friends, and attorneys of inmates to communicate with inmates via video visitation. To use the video visitation system, requesters must register or sign in on the Securus video visitation platform. During visitation, record seekers must adhere to the county jail guidelines. For example, visitors must present a valid photo ID to the jail officials. Adult visitors accompanying a minor must present a birth certificate for the minor. Furthermore, visitors must dress appropriately and arrive at the jail facility hours before the visitation time.

Pueblo County Court Records

Public members can request and get copies of Pueblo County court records from the County's Clerk and Recorder's Office. The Clerk and Recorder's Office also maintains an online database for all court case records generated in the county.

Location of All Courts in Pueblo County

The address and contact details of courts in Pueblo County are listed below:

Pueblo County District Court
Pueblo County District Court
501 North Elizabeth Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 404-8700

Pueblo County Court
County Court of Pueblo County
501 North Elizabeth Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 404-8700

Pueblo County Municipal Court
Pueblo Municipal Court
200 South Main Street, Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 562-3810
Fax: (719) 562-3811

Are Pueblo County Court Records Public?

According to the Colorado Open Records Act, not all court records are accessible to the public. Court records containing confidential or sensitive information are mostly redacted or withheld from public view unless permitted by a court order. Non-confidential Pueblo County court records are accessible to interested public members via the Clerk and Recorder's Office. Furthermore, record seekers can obtain online copies of Pueblo County court documents from the Colorado Judicial Branch.

Can You Look Up a Pueblo County Court Record Online?

Interested persons and entities can find online copies of Pueblo County court records via an online search portal maintained by the County Clerk and Recorder's Office. To access court records on the online platform, record seekers may use the "registered user" or "public user" option. Requesters may register or create an account to use the "registered user" option. Note that this is a subscription-based option. On the other hand, the "public user" option enables record seekers to search and view court documents for free. Record seekers may conduct searches by inputting these details:

  • Reception number;
  • Book/page;
  • Grantee/Grantor details.

How to Obtain Pueblo County Civil Court Case Records

Persons or entities can obtain Pueblo County civil court case records by contacting the Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder's Office. As the custodian of civil court cases in the county, the public agency is responsible for maintaining and issuing copies of these court documents to interested applicants. The Clerk and Recorder's Office provides an online and offline repository for all court records generated by the county's courts. That said, record seekers can visit the Clerk and Recorder's Office to obtain civil court case records in person.

Pueblo County Courthouse
215 West 10th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 583-6000

On the other hand, online copies of civil court case records are obtainable via an online database maintained by the Clerk and Recorder's Office. Persons or entities interested in accessing court documents by choosing the "registered user" or "public user" search option. Requesters may register or create an account to use the "registered user" option. Note that this is a subscription-based option. On the other hand, the "public user" option enables record seekers to search and view court documents for free. Record seekers may conduct searches by inputting these details:

  • Reception number;
  • Book/page;
  • Grantee/Grantor details.

How to Obtain Pueblo County Criminal Court Case Records

Pueblo County criminal court case records are under the purview of the Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder's Office. Interested persons or entities can obtain Pueblo County criminal court case records by contacting the Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder's Office. As the custodian of criminal court case records, the record custodian maintains and issues copies of court cases online and offline. That said, record seekers can visit the Clerk and Recorder's Office to obtain civil court case records in-person.

Pueblo County Courthouse
215 West 10th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 583-6000

On the other hand, online copies of criminal court case records are obtainable via an online database maintained by the Clerk and Recorder's Office. Persons or entities interested in accessing court documents by choosing the "registered user" or "public user" search option. Requesters may register or create an account to use the "registered user" option. Note that this is a subscription-based option. On the other hand, the "public user" option enables record seekers to search and view court documents for free. Record seekers may conduct searches by inputting these details:

  • Reception number;
  • Book/page;
  • Grantee/Grantor details.
Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Pueblo County Vital Records?

Pueblo County vital records encompass all documentation of life events, such as birth, marriage, death, and divorce events. Public agencies at the local and state level are responsible for maintaining and updating all vital records in Pueblo County. Thus, all record requests must be directed to these agencies. Note that public agencies may require a proof of identification before releasing confidential copies of vital records. The Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder is the record custodian for all divorce and marriage records. In contrast, the Pueblo County Vital Records Office maintains records of birth and death events.

Where and How to Obtain Pueblo County Divorce Records

The Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder is responsible for keeping records of all divorce events in Pueblo County. Divorce documents in the custody of the Clerk and Recorder are accessible to public members via an online search portal. Record seekers must input the record bearers' names, and date of the divorce event to access Pueblo County divorce records on the platform. On the other hand, record seekers may receive the document in-person at:

Pueblo County Courthouse
215 West 10th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 583-6000

The Colorado Department of Health and Environment (CDPHE) also maintains and provides access to Pueblo County divorce verification documents. Interested persons can request Pueblo County divorce verification documents by scheduling an appointment online. After selecting the appointment date, record seekers must input their details and confirm the appointment before accessing divorce documents. Note that the CDPHE can only verify divorce events from 1900 to 1939 and from 1968 to the present.

Where and How to Get Pueblo County Marriage Records

Residents and non-residents can request and obtain copies of Pueblo County marriage records from the Pueblo County Clerk and Recorder's Office. As the custodian of marriage licenses in the county, the Clerk and Recorder provides access to the documents via online or offline request methods. To obtain online copies of Pueblo County marriage certificates, requesters must visit the online searchable portal. On the other hand, requesters may visit the Clerk and Recorder to obtain the records:

Pueblo County Courthouse
215 West 10th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 583-6000

In contrast, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) issues copies of marriage verification documents from 1900 to 1939 and from 1975 to the present. Record seekers can order Pueblo County marriage verification documents by scheduling an appointment online. In addition, record seekers must input their details and confirm the appointment before accessing marriage documents.

Where and How to Find Pueblo County Birth Records

The Pueblo Office of Vital Records is the primary custodian of all birth records. Furthermore, it provides access to Pueblo birth certificates via in-person, mail, or email requests. Persons interested in obtaining the record may schedule an appointment online before visiting the Office of Vital Records to receive the documents. The Office of Vital Records is located at:

Vital Records Office
101 West 9th Street, 1st Floor
Pueblo, CO 81003

Requesters must provide a completed birth certificate request form and a valid photo ID at the appointment date.

Conversely, record seekers may send a mail or email request for birth certificates via these steps:

  1. Download and print out the birth certificate form;
  2. Include a valid photo ID;
  3. Attach a money order or check payable to the Pueblo Office of Vital Statistics;
  4. Send the aforementioned documents via mail to:

Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment
Vital Records Office
101 West 9th Street, 1st Floor
Pueblo, CO 81003

Or through email to:
vitalrecords@pueblocounty.us.

A birth certificate cost $13 for the first copy, and $13 for additional copies of the document.

Similarly, the CDPHE maintains and issues copies of Pueblo County birth certificates to eligible applicants. Eligible persons can order Pueblo County birth documents by scheduling an appointment online. In addition, record seekers must input their details and confirm the appointment before accessing marriage documents.

Where and How to Find Pueblo County Death Records

Pueblo County death certificates are under the purview of the Office of Vital Records. The Office of Vital Records issues copies of death certificates to persons with a verifiable relationship with the record subject. In addition, it provides access to Pueblo County death certificates via in-person, mail, or email requests. To obtain death records in-persons, interested applicants must schedule an appointment online before visiting the Office of Vital Records at:

Vital Records Office
101 West 9th Street, 1st Floor
Pueblo, CO 81003

Most importantly, requesters must present a completed death certificate request form and a valid photo ID at the appointment date.

Conversely, record seekers may send a mail or email request for death certificates via these steps:

  1. Download and print out the death certificate form;
  2. Include a valid photo ID;
  3. Attach a money order or check payable to the Pueblo Office of Vital Statistics;
  4. Send the aforementioned documents via mail to:

Pueblo Department of Public Health and Environment
Vital Records Office
101 West 9th Street, 1st Floor
Pueblo, CO 81003

Or through email to:
vitalrecords@pueblocounty.us.

At the same time, the CDPHE maintains and issues copies of Pueblo County death certificates to public members. Record seekers can order Pueblo County marriage verification documents by scheduling an appointment online . In addition, record seekers must input their details and confirm the appointment before accessing marriage documents.