CICJIS INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE TO AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL FROM COOPERATING AGENCIES ONLY
We are frequently contacted with questions about fingerprinting, expunging or sealing criminal records or getting a copy of records for employment purposes. The following is provided to direct you to the correct agency:
Fingerprinting Questions/Information: CBI Identification Unit
The Identification Unit of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) supports law enforcement agencies as well as the public. It is the responsibility of this unit to maintain and update all information stored in the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS), used in the identification of fingerprints, and the Colorado Crime Information Center (CCIC), which houses all fingerprint based Colorado criminal history record information (CHRI) records. Colorado is an open records state and this information is available to the public.
Colorado Court Records: CoCourts.com
CoCourts.com can provide the information electronically for a maximum of $7.00 per search. CoCourts.com was created as an initiative of the Colorado Judicial Branch to help citizens make better choices. CoCourts.com is among the first online, statewide, real-time court record sites in the United States. You'll get access to Colorado court records including Denver County as an optional add-on.
Locate an Offender: Colorado Department of Corrections
This link will take you to a search engine where you will enter search criteria into one or more fields. These fields are: DOC Number: This is an identification number assigned by the department. This number is up to six characters long and is numeric. This is the primary means by which the department identifies offenders. Date of Birth: Please search Date of Birth using the format mm/dd/yyyy, e.g., 03/21/1940. Checking the check box will search the database 6 months prior to and 6 months beyond date entered. Last Name, First Name: In the First Name and Last Name fields, the search will return all matches whose names begin with the letters you type. For example, if you enter Mar, the search will also turn up Martin, Martinez, and so on (if it matches the other criteria you selected). Do not hyphenate between two last names; run these names together. Offender's name on record is their arresting/prosecuted name and may not be their legal name.
Driving Record Letter of Clearance: Colorado Department of Revenue
The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles maintains driving records that reflect activity posted to the record for the past seven years. They cannot be limited to show periods less than seven years. These records are maintained in accordance with State and Federal laws including the Fair Credit Reporting Act and the requirements of the Federal Trade Commission. You may purchase non-certified copies of your driver record at full service Driver's License Offices. Certified copies of driving records are available ONLY at the Division of Motor Vehicles, 1881 Pierce Street, Lakewood, Colorado 80214. Requests must include:
Privacy laws prevent providing you with a driving record other than your own without that person's permission. If you are requesting a record as an employer or because of a pending court case, you may be permitted to receive the record based upon the criteria of the Requestor Release and Affidavit of Intended Use. This form may be printed from our website and submitted with the appropriate fee.
Sealing of Arrest/Criminal Records: Colorado Judicial Branch
This page will provide you with the instructions and forms necessary to Petition the Court to Seal a Criminal Record. Any person in interest (party to the case) may petition the District Court to seal records by filing a civil action in the county in which any arrest and/or criminal records are filed. A separate civil case must be filed for each court case record you want sealed, unless both a county court case (F Case) and a district court case (CR case) were established as a result of the same offense. Denver District Court has specific requirements for filing Petitions to Seal Arrest Records and/or convictions. Please review filing information located on the Denver District Court website.
Sealing of Criminal Conviction Records: Colorado Judicial Branch
This page will provide you with the instructions and forms necessary to Petition the Court to Seal a Criminal Conviction for offenses involving controlled substances. Any person in interest (party to the case) may petition the District Court to seal criminal conviction records by filing a civil action in the county in which the criminal conviction record is filed. Read the instructions carefully before filing any documents with the Court. Denver District Court has specific requirements for filing Petitions to Seal Arrest Records and/or convictions. Please review filing information located on the Denver District Court website.