Records

*PLEASE NOTE DUE TO COVID-19 WALK-IN SERVICES ARE LIMITED*

The Records Unit is responsible for the retention of police department records as well as the release of information to citizens, the court system, District Attorneys’ offices, and insurance companies regarding criminal or traffic cases. 

A staff of four records specialists and a civilian supervisor maintain electronic and paper copies of all crime and accident reports, complete data entry of all reports, release crime information to the court or public, and forward accident information to the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles.

HOW TO GET A COPY OF A REPORT
Reports and body-worn camera video can be requested from the Broomfield Police Department Records Unit by email, mail, or in person. 

The Records Unit is dedicated to ensuring these requests are processed quickly and efficiently. See below for our fee schedule. Please complete this form if you would like a copy of a police report; and this form for an audio recording of interaction with the communications center.

HOW TO GET A BACKGROUND CHECK
A local (Broomfield only) background check can be purchased for $10. The full name and date of birth of the party is required. A statewide background check may be purchased by going to Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s website.  

FEE SCHEDULE

Types:

Fees:

ACCIDENT REPORT

$5 (1st 10 pages) .25 each page thereafter

ANIMAL IMPOUND FEE

$35 (1st day) $5 a day after that

ANNUAL CRIME REPORT

No Charge

ARREST REPORT

$5

BACKGROUND CHECK

$10

BASIC RESEARCH FEE

$5

BOOKING PICTURE

$5

CAD CALL REPORT

$2

CD / DVD

$20

CERTIFIED VIN INSPECTION

$50

CRIME / INCIDENT REPORT

$5 (1st 10 pages) .25 each page thereafter

DISPATCH TAPE / CD

$20

MAJOR RESEARCH FEE

$30/hour

PHOTOGRAPHS

Contact Property/Evidence 303.438.6444

REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER LIST

No Charge



ACCEPTED TYPES OF PAYMENT
The Records Unit can only accept the following types of payment:

  • Cash 
  • Check (personal, business, and cashier) 
  • Money Order 
  • A $20 fee will be assessed for all returned checks  

Please contact the Records Unit with questions about specific crime statistics. 

If you have questions regarding Civil Process, please call 303.438.6480.