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General Information On Colorado Criminal Records
In Colorado, criminal records are available for virtually any need. Those who are seeking this information are often in need of it for employment reasons or verify information an individual provides. A background check, the term used to describe this type of criminal record check used by employers, is a service provided through the various corrections facilities and police departments of the state. These records are not kept in just one place, though. It may be necessary to use a variety of sources to be able to locate this information.
 
Criminal records in Colorado include information related to an individual's charged and convicted crimes. It does contain everything from a minor infraction to a misdemeanor charge and includes all felonies. The state of Colorado is an open records state. This means that most information, including Colorado criminal records, is available to the public upon request. This information is managed and maintained by the Colorado Crime Information Center. In addition, a criminal history record information file contains and is maintained with fingerprint
technology.
 
Individuals who are looking for information about Colorado criminal records can contact the Crime Information Center or the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI)
690 Kipling Street, Suite 3000
Denver, Colorado 80215
It is also possible to contact this agency over the phone to make a request or inquiry into a criminal record. To do so, call 303 239-4208. Older records can be searched but may be hard to find.
 
Individuals can contact the above information to request a copy of their own criminal records. Doing so is a good idea for anyone who may have expunged information on his or her record or juvenile information there. However, individuals need to prove they are, in fact, the individual claiming to access the record in order to get it. If there is an error on a person's criminal record, an appeal of the information is made throughout the CBI. This process can take some time.
 
Other ways to access Colorado criminal records, may be faster and more efficient that are available to use. It is possible to visit the local police department, county offices or the state's correctional facilities and to request information. This is only feasible when the information about where the crime occurred. In most cases, though, it is best to turn to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation for information because it contains a thorough detailing of the events occurring throughout the state.
 
Criminal records of juveniles, those under the age of 18, and those with restrictions on them may not be available for public viewing. However, most other Colorado criminal records are available for the public to view. It does cost about $50 to obtain an official copy of a criminal record. This is payable as an administrative fee to the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. The access to this information can take some time, depending on the age of the record. Computer systems do house databases for most information since the 1980's onward.
Colorado Criminal Records
  • Attorney General

    Department of Law
    1525 Sherman St,5th Floor
    Denver, CO 80203
    p (303) 866-4500
    f (303) 866-5691
  • Criminal Records

    Identification Unit
    690 Kipling St, Suite 3000
    Denver, CO 80215
    p (303) 239-4208
    f (303) 239-5858
  • Incarceration Records

    Offender Records Customer Support
    2862 South Circle Dr. #418
    Colorado Springs, CO 80906-4195
    p (719) 226-4880
    f (719) 226-4899
  • Sexual Offender Registry

    SOR Unit
    690 Kipling St, Suite 3000
    Denver, CO 80215
    p (303) 239-4222
    f (303) 239-4661

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