Report an emergency: 911
Report an aggressive or drunk driver: *277
Background Checks (for employment and criminal histories): 303-239-4208
Firearm Background Checks: 303-813-5700
Forensic Services or Investigative Services
Records requests: firstname.lastname@example.org
CBI Headquarters, 690 Kipling Street, Ste. 4000, Lakewood, CO 80215
CBI Arvada Regional Office, 6000 W. 54th Ave, Arvada, CO 80002
CBI Grand Junction Regional Office, 2797 Justice Drive, Grand Junction, CO 81506
CBI Pueblo Regional Office, 79 N. Silicon Drive, Pueblo West, CO 81007
9195 E. Mineral Avenue, Suite 200
Centennial, CO 80112
Public Information Line: 720-432-2433
State of Colorado Emergency Operations line: 303-279-8855
Submit a suspicious activity report (if you are a member of the public)
Kipling Street, Suite 2000
Lakewood, CO 80215
CDPS Constituent Advocate
Call our constituent advocate to get help with questions, concerns, or processes that you are struggling with in relation to the Colorado Department of Public Safety.
CDPS Legislative Liaison
For legislative matters and inquiries, please contact Joel Malecka, CDPS Legislative Liaison, at email@example.com.
For legislative matters and inquiries pertaining to the Colorado State Patrol, please contact Mike Honn, CSP Legislative Liaison, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CDPS Public Information Officers
Colorado State Patrol: 303-239-4583.
CDPS Executive Director's Office: 303-358-8150 or email@example.com
Colorado Open Records Requests
Colorado Department of Public Safety records: e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
CBI records: e-mail your request to email@example.com
Division of Criminal Justice records: Submit your DCJ request using this online form
DHSEM records: Submit your DHSEM request using this form.
DFPC records: e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Get answers about about:
Court records or information: For information about upcoming court cases, or to find records or outcomes of past court cases, you will need to contact the judicial district, county court, or municipal court where the case was heard.
Police investigations, blotters, or arrest records: Local police departments and sheriff's offices are the lead agencies responsible for most law enforcement responses to and investigations of crimes within municipal or county boundaries. CDPS does not have oversight over or maintain records on behalf of those local law enforcement agencies, so you will need to contact the police department or sheriff's office directly to ask questions or request records.
Prison (Department of Corrections): The Colorado Department of Corrections is a separate department from the Colorado Department of Public Safety.
Community Corrections: The CDPS Office of Community Corrections sets standards for community corrections across the state, ensures compliance with those standards, and allocates state funding to local community corrections boards. We do not maintain records on individual offenders or their location.
If you are trying to contact someone sentenced to community corrections, that individual must provide you with their contact information.
If you have questions or concerns related to a local community corrections program, please start by contacting the local community corrections board in the county where the program is located.
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