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EAGLE COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
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RECORDS REQUESTS

The State of Colorado is an open records state, which allows anyone to obtain Colorado arrest information. Sealed records are not releasable and generally juvenile records are not accessible to the public.
To inquire about a person or to obtain a record, you must submit the exact spelling of the person's name and their date of birth. Otherwise, the criminal history record will not be found.

CONTACT REQUESTS

Contact/No Contact Letter requests can be completed for local contacts only. Any individual needing contact information is asked to contact the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to complete a background check. Contact/No Contact Letters will be completed for individuals who have received their background check through CBI and still need a Contact/No Contact Letter from the Sheriff's Office due to special circumstances.

  • A government-issued identification card is required in addition to a $5 fee.
  • Payments can be made in person at our Eagle location by cash, check, money order, or credit card.
  • Checks should be made payable to the Eagle County Sheriff's Office.
  • Special Records requests will be referenced to the Eagle County Attorney. Open Records request details can be viewed at Eagle County Attorney.
  • Questions? Please call our main number 970-328-8500 press option 5 or email the records custodian at: ecsorecords@eaglecounty.us
RECORDS FAQs
How can I get a copy of a case report?
Complete the required Records Request Form. The completed form must be notarized and returned to us with a copy of the requester’s driver’s license.
How much does it cost for a copy of a case report?
  • $5 minimum fee for the initial report and an additional $.25 per supplemental pages.
  • In addition to the $.25 per page fee, the requester may be charged $33.58 for each additional hour spent on research and retrieval for:
    • Digital media request
    • Extensive research and retrieval
    • Staff time of gathering, preparing, reviewing, redacting to excise privileged material, and copying available documents
  • Additional charges may apply based on the specifics of the request.
How long will it take to receive a case report once I have made a formal request for the report?
  • All walk-in report requests at the main office in Eagle will be attempted to be processed while you wait. If the report requires extensive research or is stored off-site, it may take up to 72 hours to complete, as allowed by Colorado State Statute.
Can I have a friend pick up a case report for me or do I need to be present?
  • The requestor must specify the name(s)of the person who will be picking up the report on your records request form.
  • The person specified will be required to show a Driver's License or government issued photo ID card at the time of pick up.
Where can I get a copy of a case report if I am a defendant in an active case?
  • The Eagle County Sheriff's Office will not release reports to anyone listed as a Defendant in an active/open case.
  • If you are listed as a Defendant you may be able to obtain a copy of the report you are requesting at the District Attorney's Office. You can reach them at 970-328-6947.
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