How to Obtain Police Reports

Police reports from the Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office are publicly available to anyone wishing to learn more about an incident in which a police report was filed with the Sheriff's Office. Handwritten Deputy field reports are transcribed and recorded into a computerized record system, and then printouts are made available to those who request them by submitting a brief form. By Colorado state law, some sensitive information contained in the police report may be redacted before it is made available to requesting parties.

Requesting Reports

The police report request form can be obtained by visiting the Sheriff's Office, or by downloading the Police Report Request Form (PDF). The cost of obtaining a police report is 25¢ per page, and accurate estimates of total page count can usually be provided by the Records Department at the time of the request. Payment can be made in cash, check, or money order made payable to the Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office and is due prior to receipt. Electronic Checks and Credit/Debit Cards (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover) are accepted in person and by phone with a service fee of 2.7%.

To pay by phone, call (303) 679-2376, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm (excluding holidays).

A member of the Records Division will contact the requester within 72 hours to let them know when to expect receipt of the report. Typically reports are available within seven days of receiving the request.

Completed forms should be returned to the following address:
Clear Creek County Sheriff's Office
Attention: Records
P.O. Box 2000
Georgetown, Colorado 80444

Completed forms can also be faxed to 303-679-2447.