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Colorado Eviction Record Search, Colorado Criminal Records Search,
Colorado County Court Records Search, and Free Colorado Sex Offender Registry Check.
Colorado Eviction Record Search $19.95 and results are returned instantly.
This Colorado eviction search covers the listed counties, which are updated in the system as follows:
Updated Weekly: Adams (limited), Denver, El Paso
Updated Bi-Weekly: Arapahoe, Larimer, Weld
Updated Monthly: Mesa County Court
Updated Bi-Monthly: Garfield County Court, Montrose County Court, Morgan,
Updated Annually: Cheyenne County Court, Jackson, Lake County Court, Rio Blanco County Court
Updated Semi-Annually: Gunnison County Court, Las Animas County Court, Summit County Court
Updated Tri-Annually: Delta County Court, Logan
The following Colorado counties contain historical eviction record data only and are no longer updated, due to recent Colorado Judicial changes to the collection process: Alamosa, Archuleta, Baca, Bent, Boulder, Broomfield, Chaffee, Cheyenne (District Court), Clear Creek, Conejos, Costilla, Crowley, Custer, Delta (District Court), Dolores, Douglas, Eagle, Elbert, Fremont, Garfield (District Court) Gilpin, Grand, Gunnison (District Court) Hinsdale, Huerfano, Jefferson, Kiowa, Kit Carson, Lake (District Court), Las Animas (District Court)La Plata, Lincoln, Logan, Mesa (District Court), Mineral, Moffat, Montezuma, Montrose (District Court), Ortero, Ouray, Park, Phillips, Pitkin, Prowers, Pueblo, Rio Grande, Rio Blanco (District Court and Rangely County), Routt, Saguache, San Juan, San Miguel, Sedgwick, Summit (District County) Teller, Washington and Yuma.
Colorado Criminal Records Search $24.95 and results are returned instantly.
Colorado Court Record Search Description: The Colorado court record background search covers felony records and misdemeanor records from all Colorado counties (including Denver County). Results may show the name, alias names, DOB, physical details, county case number, county name, fine, status type, probation time, disposition date, state number, verdict and verdict date. The Colorado court records are updated daily.
Colorado County Court Records Search $24.95/county. Results take 1-3 business days.
Some results may take longer than expected due to court procedures or if additional information is needed.
Free Colorado Public Records Sex Offender Registry Check Results returned instantly.
The Colorado public records sex offender registry is free with all orders and it may include the name, physical details, address, crime and crime location. Colorado sex offenders convicted of certain sex offenses on or after 7/1/1994 are required to register to be included. The Colorado sex offender registry is updated monthly and depending on the severity of the original offense, registrants are required to be registered for five, ten or twenty years.
Colorado Public Records Rental, Housing and Population Data
Increasing 3.1% from 4/1/2010 to 7/1/2012, the population of Colorado was 5,187,582 in 2012. Of the population, 83% speak only English in the home. The median income is $55,430, and 12.9% of the population are in poverty in 2009. In 2011 there were 2 million households in Colorado. The average household size was 2.5 people. In 2011 80% lived in the same house as one year earlier.
In 2009 the median home value was $237,800 and the median rent was $851. There were 630,000 renter units in total.
In 2010 there were 2,664,000 housing units in total and 11,800 new housing units authorized. The home ownership rate was 68.5%. Home owner vacancy rate was 2.7% and vacancy rate for rentals was 7.9%. There were 90,500 homes sold.
Colorado Public Record Crime Information
- The rate for Colorado violent crimes was 341 times per hundred thousand people in 2009: 225 aggravated assaults, 68 robberies, 45 forcible rapes and 3 murders.
- The Colorado violent crime rate is lower
than the rate of 440 in the United States.
- The rate for Colorado property crimes was 2,684 times per hundred thousand people in 2009: 251 motor vehicle thefts, 1,901 larceny/thefts, and 533 burglaries.
- The Colorado property crime rate is lower
than the rate of 3,072 in the United States.
Source for Colorado Tenant, Population and Household Background Data: U.S. Census and FBI
Other Colorado Background Information
Major Colorado Cities and Towns: Colorado Springs, Grand Junction, Pueblo, Arvada, Aspen, Aurora, Boulder, Canon City, Denver, Durango, Fort Collins, Golden, Greeley, Longmont, Loveland, Monte Vista, Steamboat Springs, Sterling, Trinidad, Vail
The state abbreviation for Colorado is CO. The terms Colorado criminal records and Colorado criminal background records are used interchangeably. The above listings includes cities, towns, boroughs and communities based on the US Postal Service mail delivery. To report any inaccuracies, please contact us.