The Records Division is managed by the Support Services Division Director and consists of a Records Supervisor and four Records Technicians. The Records Division receives large volumes of criminal justice information and is responsible for the entry, review, filing, storage, retention, release, distribution and destruction of these records. They work closely with officers, dispatchers, police administration, courts and the public. Records staff are trained in the Colorado Open Records Act.
All records requests are processed in accordance with Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act (CCJRA), C.R.S. 24-72-301, et seq. Some reports may not be released, or may have redactions when required by law.
Protect the accuracy, completeness, and privacy of criminal justice records held by this agency in accordance with Colorado Revised Statutes Article 72, including adult and juvenile records
Interpret and translate statutes and codes data, and provide statistical information and reporting to the National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS)
Serve the public by in-person contact and phone inquiries, receiving payment of fees, releasing and sealing of records, and dissemination of discovery