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Greeley Arrest, Court, and Public Records

What are Greeley Public Records?

Pursuant to the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA), Greeley public records include all documents and writings produced, kept, or held by the state, any agency, institution, a nonprofit corporation incorporated, or political subdivision of the state. Records may be maintained by any local-government-financed entity to be utilized in the carrying out functions required or authorized by law or an administrative rule or relating to receiving or spending of public funds. Greeley public records do not include:

  • Certain criminal justice records exempted from public viewing by the law;
  • The product of work prepared for elected officials;
  • College and student records;
  • Medical records and other related information;
  • Information and records pertaining to purchasers and beneficiaries of advance payment contracts under the prepaid expense trust fund and the prepaid expense program;
  • Trade secrets and proprietary information;
  • Certain information relating to security incident reports;
  • Security audit and assessment reports;
  • Information given to the medical marijuana licensing authority in the state;
  • Materials obtained, produced, or kept confidential by a crime victim compensation board or district attorney;
  • Notification of potential non-accidental fire damage or fraudulent insurance measure to an approved agency;
  • The information security plan of a public agency or of an institution of higher education;
  • All information prior to the completion of a transaction relating to the acquisition, development, financing, leasing, or disposition of real property.

Greeley Crime Statistics

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program, the City of Greeley had a total number of 2,928 crimes. This consists of 386 violent crimes and 2,542 property crimes. The violent crimes reported include two murders, 71 rapes, 61 robberies, and 246 aggravated assaults. The property crimes include 328 burglaries, 1,898 larcenies, 306 motor vehicle thefts, and 20 arsons.

Greeley’s 2019 crime statistics revealed a slight decline in total crimes reported in the city over five years. Rape, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny, and arson rates declined by 7%, 23%, 20%, 6%, and 17% respectively. In contrast, murder, robbery, and motor vehicle theft rates rose by 100%, 5%, and 76% respectively.

Are Greeley Criminal Records Public?

Greeley criminal records are mostly open records. Name-based criminal records are accessible to the public, while fingerprint-based criminal records are restricted to authorized persons and the record’s subject. Criminal records contain information about a person’s criminal history in the city. They include information such as the subject’s personal details, arrest records, convictions, and incarceration information. In Colorado, criminal records are made available to the public by the Colorado Department of Public Safety (DPS).

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) of the DPS allows interested persons to carry out name-based searches online through the Internet Criminal History Check System (ICHC). Users should provide the subject’s name, date of birth, and social security number. This service costs $5 for each search. To get more information about criminal records, call (303) 239-4208. For fingerprint-based checks, interested persons should visit any of the CBI offices or call the contact number.

How to Obtain Greeley Police Reports and Arrest Records?

The Greeley Police Department keeps copies of Greeley arrest records, police reports, traffic accident reports, and other related documents. Interested persons can obtain copies of these records through email, fax, mail, or in-person requests. To obtain copies of records, fill out the Records Request form. Requesters should include their phone numbers, driver’s license number, state of issue, and payment. Submit these documents by email, fax, mail, or in person to:

Greeley/Weld Records
1551 North 17th Avenue #3
Greeley, CO 80631
Phone: (970) 350-9627
Fax: (970) 304-6505
Fax: (970) 304-6504
Email: WebRequests@greeleygov.com

How to Find Sex Offender Information in Greeley?

The CBI manages sex offender information in the state. It provides sex offender information to the public through the Colorado Sex Offender Registry. This database provides information on four categories of convicted sex offenders:

  • Sexually Violent Predators (SVPs);
  • Multiple offenders - Adult offenders convicted of multiple sexual and/or violent felony offenses;
  • 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.

Greeley residents can search for sex offenders living in their area by name or by using the map search option. The registry does not include information on sex offenders that have been convicted with misdemeanor sex offenses or sex offenders that were convicted as juveniles. To get the complete list of all registered sex offenders in the state or a particular local area, complete the request form. Requesters should include the required payment and send the request by 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

There is also a free subscription notification service that allows Greeley residents to receive email alerts relating to sex offenders within specified vicinities.

How to Find Greeley Inmate Records?

The Detentions Division of the Weld County Sheriff’s Office manages the operations at the Weld County North Jail Complex. It also maintains information about the jail inmates and detainees. It provides the public with this information through the Daily Arrest Report Index. This search portal features public information regarding all arrests made from February 2006 to date. Interested persons can get arrest-related information by searching the index by the name of the detainee or the date of the arrest. There is additional information about every incarcerated person at the bottom right corner of the detainee’s arrest record. Where a requester has other general inmate and jail-related inquiries call (970) 356-4015 or go to the Weld County North Jail Complex.

How Do I Visit an Inmate in Greeley Jail?

Visitations at the Weld County North Jail Complex are facilitated through video visitation equipment to approved visitors by appointment. Prospective visitors can schedule visitation appointments over the phone by calling (970) 304-6556. It takes visitation appointments On Monday (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.) and Tuesday (9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).

Weld County North Jail Complex
2110 O Street
Greeley, CO 80631
Phone: (970) 356-4015
Phone: (970) 304-6556 (Schedule Visits)
Phone: (970) 400-4045 (Visit information - English)
Phone: (970) 400-4043 (Visit Information - Spanish)

Court Records

The city of Greeley falls under the court system of Weld County. Weld County has one District Court, one County Court, and 42 Municipal Courts. The District Court exercises general jurisdiction over civil and criminal cases within the county. The County Court also handles criminal and civil cases. However, its jurisdiction is limited. The Municipal Courts of the various cities in the county handle cases of violations of city and town ordinances. These courts provide the records from court proceedings to interested persons upon request. These Greeley court records consist of information and documents like case files, the evidence submitted, transcripts of trials, and affidavits.

Location of Courts in Greeley

Weld County District Court
Weld County Courthouse
901 9th Avenue
P.O. Box 2038
Greeley, CO 80631
Phone: (970) 475-2400

Weld County Court
County Court of Weld County
Weld County Courthouse
901 9th Avenue
P.O. Box 2038
Greeley, CO 80631
Phone: (970) 475-2400

Weld County Municipal Courts
Ault Municipal Court
201 1st Street
P.O. Box 1908
Ault, CO 80610
Phone: (970) 834-2844
Fax: (970) 834-2199

Dacono Municipal Court
512 Cherry Street
Dacono, CO 80514
Phone: (303) 833-3095, extension 140

Eaton Municipal Court
223 1st Street
Eaton, CO 80615
Phone: (970) 454-2212
Fax: (970) 454-3339

Erie Municipal Court
1000 Telleen Avenue
P.O. Box 510
Erie, CO 80516
Phone: (303) 926-2851
Fax: (303) 926-2855

Evans Municipal Court
Evans Community Complex
1100 37th Street
Evans, CO 80620
Phone: (970) 475-1170

Firestone Municipal Court
151 Grant Avenue
P.O. Box 100
Firestone, CO 80520
Phone: (303) 833-0811
Fax: (303) 531-6271

Fort Lupton Municipal Court
130 South McKinley Avenue
Fort Lupton, CO 80621
Phone: (720) 466-6105
Fax: (303) 857-2314

Frederick Municipal Court
333 5th Street
P.O. Box 435
Frederick, CO 80530
Phone: (720) 382-5530
Fax: (720) 832-5540

Garden City Municipal Court
621 27th Street Road
Garden City, CO 80631
Phone: (970) 351-0041

Gilcrest Municipal Court
304 8th Street
Gilcrest, CO 80623
Phone: (970) 737-2426

Greeley Municipal Court
1122 11th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80631
Phone: (970) 350-9230
Fax: (970) 350-9231

Hudson Municipal Court
50 South Beech Street
P.O. Box 351
Hudson, CO 80642
Phone: (303) 536-9311
Fax: (303) 536-4753

Johnstown Municipal Court
450 South Parish Avenue
Johnstown, CO 80534
Phone: (970) 587-4664
Fax: (970) 587-0141

Keenesburg Municipal Court
140 South Main Street
P.O. Box 312
Keenesburg, CO 80643
Phone: (303) 732-4281
Fax: (303) 732-0599

Kersey Municipal Court
Kersey Town Hall
332 3rd Street
P.O. Box 657
Kersey, CO 80644
Phone: (970) 353-1681

La Salle Municipal Court
128 North 2nd Street
La Salle, CO 80645
Phone: (970) 284-5541
Fax: (970) 284-6843

Lochbuie Municipal Court
703 Weld County Road 37
Lochbuie, CO 80603
Phone: (303) 659-1395
Fax: (303) 655-1755

Mead Municipal Court
441 3rd Street
P.O. Box 626
Mead, CO 80542
Phone: (303) 817-0720
Fax: (970) 535-0831

Milliken Municipal Court
1201 Broad Street
Milliken, CO 80543
Phone: (970) 660-5015

Nunn Municipal Court
185 Lincoln Avenue
P.O. Box 171
Nunn, CO 80648
Phone: (970) 897-2385

Platteville Municipal Court
400 Grand Avenue
Platteville, CO 80651
Phone: (970) 785-2245
Fax: (970) 785-2476

Severance Municipal Court
3 South Timber Ridge Parkway
P.O. Box 339
Severance, CO 80546
Phone: (970) 686-1218
Fax: (970) 686-6250

Windsor Municipal Court
301 Walnut Street
Windsor, CO 80550
Phone: (970) 674-2421
Fax: (970) 674-2456

Yuma Municipal Court
910 South Main Street
Yuma, CO 80759
Phone: (970) 848-3878
Fax: (970) 848-5101

Are Greeley Court Records Public?

By virtue of the Colorado Public Records Act, Greeley court records are accessible to the public. Interested persons may access copies of non-confidential court records upon request. Access to certain court records may be restricted by law, court order, or elements of confidentiality in the case. The Nineteenth Judicial District Clerk of Court is the main repository of court records in Weld County. This includes Greeley court records. Court records from the Greeley Municipal Court are kept at the courthouse.

Can You Look Up a Greeley Court Case Online?

Court records of civil, criminal, and juvenile matters are available online. Interested persons can access records remotely through the Weld County Docket Search tool. Search with information like the division, date range, case number (4-digit year, case class, and case sequence), the party last name or company name, party first name, and the attorney bar number. This service costs $5 per name.

How to Obtain Greeley Civil Court Case Records?

Greeley civil court case records are available at the District Clerk of Court. Interested persons can obtain copies of these records by querying the Clerk’s Office by mail or in person. To make an in-person request, visit the Clerk’s Office at:

915 10th Street
Greeley, CO 80631

The office is open for processing requests from Monday to Friday, between 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. It may take between three to five business days to process requests.

To make mail requests, prepare a written request with the following information:

  • Case number (if known)
  • Case name
  • Title of the document requested
  • Appropriate fees, by certified check or money order payable to “Weld County Combined Courts”
  • Legal sized, self-addressed, stamped envelope with appropriate return postage.

Send this request by mail to:

Weld County Combined Courts
Records Research
P.O. Box 2038
Greeley, CO 80632

Interested individuals can also complete the Record/Document Request form online and provide all the relevant personal and case information, including mailing addresses. These requests are processed within three to five days.

For questions about court records, send an email to: 19JDRecords@judicial.state.co.us or call (970) 475-2408.

How to Obtain Greeley Criminal Court Records?

The District Clerk of Court keeps copies of Greeley criminal court records. Requesters can get copies of criminal court records by mail or in person. Requesters should visit the Clerk’s Office to make in-person requests:

915 10th Street
Greeley, CO 80631

The Clerk’s Office processes requests for court records from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday to Friday. Requests are processed between three to five business days.

Requesters can also submit mail requests by making a written request with the following information:

  • Case number (if known)
  • Case name
  • Title of the document requested
  • Appropriate fees, by certified check or money order payable to “Weld County Combined Courts”
  • Legal sized, self-addressed, stamped envelope with appropriate return postage.

Mail the request to:
Weld County Combined Courts
Records Research
P.O. Box 2038
Greeley, CO 80632

Alternatively, requesters can fill out the online Record/Document Request form with all the relevant personal and case information, including the requester’s mailing address. It takes around three to five days for a request to be processed.

For questions about court records, send an email to: 19JDRecords@judicial.state.co.us or call (970) 475-2408.

Conducting a search is subject to our Terms of Service and Privacy Notice.

What are Greeley Vital Records?

Greeley County’s vital records are official documents that record life events that happened within the city. They include birth, death, marriage, and divorce records. Copies of Greeley vital records are available at the county level. The District Clerk of Court is the primary custodian of divorce records. The Weld County Clerk & Recorder’s Office keeps copies of marriage records. Copies of birth and death records are made available to interested persons by the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment. The Vital records are also available at the state level with the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment.

Where and How to Obtain Greeley Divorce Records?

Divorces in Weld County are handled by the Weld County District Court. It is the District Clerk of Court that maintains and issues copies of divorce records. Interested persons can request copies of Greeley divorce records by mail, in person, or online by using the Weld County Docket Search portal.

To make in-person or mail requests, provide information about the divorce, like the names of the divorced spouses (including any maiden names), the place and date of the divorce, the case file number of the record, and information regarding the attending attorney. Mail requests should include a self-addressed and stamped envelope with which the record will be delivered. Make the request to:

Weld County District Court
Weld County Courthouse
901 9th Avenue
P.O. Box 2038
Greeley, CO 80631
Phone: (970) 475-2400

Where and How to Get Public Greeley Marriage Records?

The Recording Department of the Weld County Clerk and Recorder’s Office is in charge of granting marriage licenses in Weld County. It keeps copies of the marriage records. Interested persons may obtain copies of Greeley marriage records through in-person or mail requests at $3 per copy. The accepted payment methods are check or money order, made payable to the Weld County Clerk and Recorder.

To obtain copies of Greeley marriage certificates, requesters should complete the Marriage or Civil Union Request Form. It is important that the requester provides the names of the married couple, the date of the marriage, and establishes their relationship with either of the married couple. Submit the completed form, with payment and a valid ID, in person or by mail to:

Weld County Clerk and Recorder’s Office
1402 North 17th Avenue
P.O. Box 459
Greeley, CO 80632
Phone: (970) 304-6530
Fax: (970) 353-1964

Where and How to Get Confidential Marriage Records in Greeley?

All marriage records in Greeley are considered public.

Where and How to Find Greeley Birth Records?

The Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment processes requests of interested persons for Greeley birth records. In line with state laws, birth records are available only to persons who can show tangible interest. This includes the record owner, their immediate family members (bearing proof of relationship), legally authorized persons, and persons with court orders.

These eligible persons can order certified copies of Greeley birth certificates at $20 for the first copy and $13 for each additional copy ordered at the same time. The Public Health Department accepts mail, fax, and in-person requests for birth records. To make a request, interested persons should fill out the Application for Certified Copy of Birth Certificate (also available in Spanish). Submit the filled-out form with payment and any of the acceptable forms of identification (Spanish) by mail or fax, or in person to:

Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment
Vital Records Office
1555 North 17th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80631
Phone: (970) 304-6410
Fax: (970) 304-6412

Where and How to Find Greeley Death Records?

The Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment keeps copies of Greeley death records. These records are available upon request to certain eligible persons who can establish tangible interest in the record. These persons include the immediate family members of the deceased (bearing proof of relationship), legally authorized persons, and persons with court orders. They can request Greeley death records at $20 for the first copy and $13 for each extra copy requested at the same time.

Interested persons can make mail, fax, and in-person requests for Greeley death certificates. To obtain copies of these records, complete the Application for Certified Copy of Death Certificate (also available in Spanish). Through any of the means mentioned above, submit the completed form along with payment and any of the acceptable forms of identification (Spanish) to:

Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment
Vital Records Office
1555 North 17th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80631
Phone: (970) 304-6410
Fax: (970) 304-6412