Law enforcement - Medical Marijuana Registry
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The Registry can only verify whether or not a patient is lawfully in possession of a registry identification card. The Registry cannot verify plant counts or physician certifications.
Law enforcement must have come in contact with an individual or be presented with a registry identification card before they can request that the Registry verify information.
Information can only be shared with authorized employees of state or local law enforcement.
The Query Medical Marijuana Patient (QMMP) function in the Colorado Crime Information Center (CCIC) is currently unavailable. We are working to resolve this as quickly as possible. In the meantime, please follow the instructions below to verify patient card status by contacting the Registry.
Email email@example.com with the subject line “Law Enforcement Patient Status Verification.”
Attach a letter on your agency’s letterhead which includes your name, title, agency, badge information, a description of how you came into contact with the individual, and the individual’s name, date of birth, and registry identification card number.
Attach all documentation presented by the person, such as a copy of the registration card.
Check denied mailed applications here
If a first-time applicant applied by mail and is using temporary paperwork purchase medical marijuana, please use this list to check if a mailed application has been denied.
Notice of conviction
State or local law enforcement shall immediately notify the Medical Marijuana Registry when a person in possession of a medical marijuana card has been convicted of violating the Colorado Constitution or statutes, or has plead guilty to such offense. Notices must come in the form of:
- A notice of conviction, court finding or final disposition related to a court conviction.
- A law enforcement summons or citation with a signed admission of guilt in lieu of a court appearance.