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Copies of Reports

Records can be requested electronically, in person at the Douglas County Justice Center or at the Highlands Ranch Substation, or through US mail.

Electronically

  • Our Online Citations and Reports Portal is a one-stop-shop when it comes to requesting an Auto Accident Report,  Case/Incident Report, and/or Jail Records request, and for paying your Citation online.  Note: The Citations & Reports Portal does charge extra fees depending on the report type, who is requesting the report, and/or what form of payment is being used. 

  • Request records through our online form by completing the Records Request Form. A fee will be charged based on the Records Request.

In-Person

  • Visit either the Douglas County Justice Center or the Highlands Ranch Substation. We will provide you with a records request at the counter to complete. You can also download and complete the Records Request form and provide it to the clerk at the counter.
Douglas County Justice Center
4000 Justice Way
Castle Rock, CO 80109
Highlands Ranch Substation
9250 Zotos Drive
Highlands Ranch, CO 80129

US Mail

  • Download and complete the Records Request form and mail the request to us at the Douglas County Justice Center. Please make sure to add “Attn: Records” on the envelope to ensure proper routing.

Inmate Jail Records and Medical Records

We will contact you within 72 business hours to verify receipt of the request. Fees and associated costs must be paid before the records are released. Note: If the report contains protected information, it will be removed or redacted.

Please call us at 303-660-7545 with any questions or concerns.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE RECORDS ACT (CJRA)

The Criminal Justice Records Act (CJRA), C.R.S. §24-72-306 pertains to law enforcement records. Most records are public and open to inspection.

If you are unable to find what you need online, please submit a records request to:

COLORADO OPEN RECORDS ACT (CORA)

The Colorado Open Records Act (CORA), C.R.S. §24-72-201 et seq. guarantees that the public has access to the records of government bodies at all levels in Colorado. Most records are public and open for inspection.

If you are unable to find what you need online, please submit an open records/CORA request to one of the following: