All law enforcement procedures are governed by the following confidentiality statute:
CRS § 18-18-406.3(5) states, “Any person including, but not limited to, any officer, employee, or agent of the department, or any officer, employee, or agent of any state or local law enforcement agency, who releases or makes public any confidential record or any confidential information contained in any such record that is provided to or by the marijuana registry of the department without the written authorization of the marijuana registry patient commits a class 1 misdemeanor.”
If you have any non-confidential questions or comments related to the Fraud Prevention efforts of the Medical Marijuana Registry, e-mail our Fraud Prevention Staff at email@example.com.
Medical Marijuana Registration Cards: The Medical Marijuana Registry supports Colorado citizen’s medical care needs by administering a statewide program for legal access to medical marijuana. If you have information about potentially fraudulent applications or use of Medical Marijuana Registration Cards, you may submit this information to:
Fraud Prevention Officer
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246
Concerns Regarding Medical Marijuana Centers, Grow Sites or Marijuana Purchases: Please refer all concerns about Medical Marijuana Centers, grow sites or suspicions of illegal purchase to:
Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division
Department of Revenue
Concerns Regarding Physicians: If you have concerns regarding physicians who are recommending medical marijuana please contact:
Division of Registrations Healthcare Section
Department of Regulatory Agencies
1560 Broadway, Suite 1300
Denver, CO 80202
Policy Number 2012-04 provides procedures for responding to requests for registrant and caregiver information by law enforcement, and request for patient information by patients.
Policy Number 2012-07 provides procedures, costs and contact information for submission of subpoenas.