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- Misdemeanor and felony convictions from all counties in Colorado (including Denver County)
- Criminal report fields: name, aliases, birthdate, description of physical appearance, name of county, county case ID, state ID number, type of status, date of disposition, verdict, date of verdict, length of probation, and fine
Colorado background check court records update schedule: Daily
- Registered convicted sex offenders released after 6/31/1994
- Sex offender search fields: name, address, description of person, location of crime, and type of crime
Sex offenders must register for five, ten, or twenty years depending on the severity of the offense.
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Results go back 7 years and take 1-3 business days to complete. Some may take longer due to court delays.
- Felony and misdemeanor convictions or deferred judgments
- Reports from the County Courts and District Courts
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Colorado Criminal Background Data
The total rate of property crime in Colorado in 2009 was 2,684 incidents per 100,000 individuals, lower than the U.S. property crime rate of 3,071.5. The breakdown of the property crime incidents was as follows: 532.5 burglary incidents, 1,900.5 larceny/theft incidents, and 250.6 motor vehicle theft incidents.
- In 2012 the population in Colorado was estimated to be 5,187,582. The population increased 3.1% from April 1, 2010 to July 1, 2012.
- In 2011 there were 2 million households in Colorado. The average household size was 2.5 people.
- 90% of the people living in Colorado in 2011 were native residents of the United States. 42% of these residents were born in Colorado. Of the foreign-born population in Colorado (494,760), 64% were not U.S. citizens.
- 83% of the population in Colorado (five years and older) speak only English in the home.
- In 2011 80% lived in the same house as one year earlier.
- 90% had graduated high school or had achieved a higher level of education. 37% had achieved a Bachelor’s degree or higher. 29% were in college or graduate school in 2011
Colorado Criminal, Population and Household Background Data Source: U.S. Census and FBI
Other Colorado Background Data
Major Cities Located in Colorado: Aurora in Arapahoe County, Adams County, and Douglas County, Colorado Springs in El Paso County, Denver in Denver County, Fort Collins in Larimer County, Lakewood in Jefferson County