Records

Records

Records Technicians are responsible for the administration of the reports taken by the police department. The Records Office serves as the reception desk for the police department helping with customer service information, notifying officers for counter reports, and performing vehicle inspections. You must present a valid ID when picking up a police report.

Take a look at the Q & A section for quick online answers.pd.records

POLICE REPORT AND RECORDS FEES:

 Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) Inspection  Per vehicle  $10.00
 Copies of Police/Accident Reports  Each request, up to 15 minutes of research and preparation time  $5.00 (up to 5 pages)* 
 Record Search or Background Check  Each request, up to 15 minutes of research and preparation time  $5.00
 Research and Preparation Time Requiring 15+ Minutes  Each request  Prorated at $25.00/hour
 Breath Alcohol Test  Each  $2.00
 Sex Offender Registration  Each  $25.00

*Per CRS 24-4.1-302.5 (b.9) crime victims of crimes identified by Victims' Rights Statutes have the right to a free copy of the initial incident report from the investigating law enforcement agency. Crimes that Fall under the Colorado Victim Rights Act

Printable (English)
Records Request Form
Printable (Spanish)Solicitud De Registros

Records Manager: Sonja Parmeter   970.641.8254 or sparmeter@gunnisonco.gov
Records Technician (part-time): Loren Fitzpatrick   970.641.8255 or lfitzpatrick@gunnisonco.gov

Welcome to Gunnison

Gunnison is a small mountain community on the western slope of Colorado with a population of approximately 6,560 full time residents. The population increases annually with the influx of tourism and Western Colorado University students numbering an additional 2,500. The City of Gunnison is the county seat for Gunnison County. Gunnison has a rich history of ranching, agriculture, mining, tourism and outdoor recreation opportunities that bring many more people through the community.
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