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Colorado inmate records

Colorado inmate records contain official records of individuals incarcerated, posted, or incarcerated in prisons, correctional facilities, or penal institutions run by the state or any of its cities, counties, or parishes. Depending on the prison, inmate records may contain general information such as the inmate's name, gender, date of birth, and physical characteristics. B. The inmate's assigned facility, release date, and probation date (if any). Some or all of these records can be accessed by the public in accordance with the Colorado Open Records Act (CORA).

Colorado prison structure

Oversight of the Colorado correction system falls under the jurisdiction of the Colorado Department of Correction (DOC). It manages 20 state penal institutions that house over 20,000 offenders. It is also associated with several non-profit prisons., Different facilities offer different levels of security. However, all inmates with a death sentence are housed in the Sterling Correctional Facility. The DOC is based in

1250 Academy Park Loop,
Colorado Springs
CO 80910, USA
(719) 579-9580

What is the difference between county and state prisons?

The main difference between Colorado State Prisons and County Jails is the agency responsible for overseeing them. State prisons are controlled by the Colorado DOC while the county prison inmate facilities are controlled by the county law enforcement agency.

How do I send money to a perpetrator?

Friends and family members can send money to a perpetrator using any of three payment companies: GTL, Western Union, and JPay. All three companies offer electronic payment methods., Members of the public can make electronic payments to detained parties by either:

  • Pay online with a debit or credit card
  • Make payments over the phone with a credit or debit card

Physical payments can also be made at any business location in any part of the country. The time it takes to process a payment, as well as the payment rate, vary depending on the time of payment and the type of payment method used.

How do I contact a perpetrator?

Members of the public can contact offenders detained at a Colorado facility by email, phone, or U.S. mail. Those interested are advised to familiarize themselves with the departmental guidelines for any of these communication options.

Phone calls are handled by the Colorado Inmate Phone System, while emails are sent using the JPay platform. Callers require an active account to receive incoming calls from an abuser, while emails require an active JPay account as well as an inmate DOC number. Sending messages from U., S-Mail should contain a clearly addressed envelope with the name of the perpetrator

  • Perpetrator number
  • Facility
  • Facility mailing address
  • Contains return address.

Can someone visit an inmate at a Colorado facility?

Anyone can visit an inmate as long as they are on the approved list. In order to be approved, prospects must submit a completed visitor application form to the respective institution. Minors and children under the age of 18 must submit a visit form signed by the parent or guardian approving the visit., The exact number of visitors allowed as well as the length of visits varies with different establishments, depending on the amount of space and the facility's schedule . Most Colorado facilities have a strict dress code that prevents visitors from wearing any shoes that expose their stomach, middle finger, back, or cleavage. Visitors are also prevented from wearing lower or upper clothing that is solid orange, gray or green.,

Correctional Facility Location in Colorado

Find below the location and contact address of correctional facilities in the state of Colorado, including public and private prisons.

Arrowhead Correctional Center - ACC
E. US Highway 50 & Evans Blvd.
Cañon City, CO 81212
Phone: (719) 269-5601
Fax: (719) 269-5650

Address:
P. O. Box 300
Cañon City, CO 81215-0300

Arkansas Valley Correctional Facility - AVCF
12750 Highway 96 at Lane 13
Ordway, CO 81034
Phone: (719) 267-3520
Fax: (719) 267-5024

Address:
12750 Highway 96
Ordway, CO 81034

Buena Vista Correctional Facility - BVCC
15125 Highway 24 & 285
Buena Vista, CO 81211
Phone: (719) 395-2404
Fax: (719) 395-7214

Address:
BVCF
P. O. Box 2017
- Buena Vista, CO 81211

BVMC
P. O. Box 2005
Buena Vista, CO 81211

Colorado Correctional Center - CCC
15445 South Golden Road.
Golden, CO 80401
Phone: (303) 273-1620
Fax: (303) 279-4407

Address:
Colorado Correctional Center
15445 South Golden Road
Golden, Colorado 80401

Centennial Correctional Facility - CCF
E US Highway 50 Evans Blvd.
Cañon City, CO 81215
Phone: (719) 269-4810
Fax: (719) 269-5545

Address:
P. O. Box 600
Cañon City, CO 81215

the Colorado State Penitentiary - CSP
E US Highway 50 Evans Blvd.
Cañon City, CO 81215
Phone: (719) 269-5120
Fax: (719) 269-5125

Address:
P. O. Box 777
Cañon City, CO 81215

Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility - CTCF
275 West US Highway 50
Canon City, CO 81215
Phone: (719) 275-4181
Fax: (719) 269-4115

Address:
P. O. Box 1010
Canon City, CO 81215-1010

Delta Correctional Center - DCC
11363 Lockhart Road
Delta, CO 81416
Phone: (970) 874-7614
Fax: (970) 874-5810

Address:
11363 Lockhart Road
Delta, CO 81416

Denver Reception and Diagnostic Center - at drdc
10900 Smith Road
Denver, CO 80239
Phone: (303) 371-4804
Fax: (303) 307-2514

Address:
P. O. Box 392004
Denver, CO 80239

Denver Women's Correctional Facility - DWCF
3600 Havana St.,
Denver, CO 80239
Phone: (303) 371-4804
Fax: (303) 307-2514

Address:
P. O. Box 392005
Denver, CO 80239

Fremont Correctional Facility - FCF
E US Highway 50 Evans Blvd.
Cañon City, CO 81215
Phone: (719) 269-5002
Fax: (719) 269-5020

Address:
P.O. Box 999
Cañon City, CO 81215

Four Mile Correctional Center - FMCC
E US Highway 50 & Evans Blvd
Cañon City, CO 81212
Phone: (719) 269-5601
Fax: (719) 269-5343

Address:
P. O. Box 300
Cañon City, CO 81215-0300

Limon Correctional Facility - LCF
49030 State Hwy 71 South
Limon, CO 80826
Phone: (719) 775-9221
Fax: (719) 775-7607

Address:
49030 Colorado 71 South
Limon, CO 80826

La Vista Correctional Facility - LVCF
1401 W. 17th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 544-4800
Fax: (719) 583-5909

Address:
P.O., Box 3
Pueblo, CO 81002

Rifle Correctional Center - RCC
200 County Road 219
Rifle, CO 81650
Phone: (970) 625-7578
Fax: (970) 625-7565

Address:
200 County Road 219
- Rifle, CO 81650

San Carlos Correctional Facility - SCCF
410 W. 13th St.
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 544-4800
Fax: (719) 583-5510

Address:
P. O. Box 3
Pueblo, CO 8100

Skyline Correctional Center - SCC
E US Highway 50 & Evans Blvd
Cañon City, CO 81212
Phone: (719) 269-5601
Fax: (719) 269-5404

Address:
P.O. Box 300
Cañon City, CO 81215-0300

Sterling Correctional Facility-SCF
12101 Highway 61
Sterling, CO 80751
Phone: (970) 521-5010
Fax: (970) 521-8225

Address:
P. O., Phone: (719) 845-3226
Fax: (719) 845-3237

Address:
21000 Highway 350 East
- Model, CO 81059

Juvenile Offender System - YOS
1300 West 13th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003
Phone: (719) 544-4800
Fax: (719) 583-5755

Address:
1300 West 13th Street
Pueblo, CO 81003

Private prisons

Bent County Correctional Facility - BCCF
- Plant location:
11560 street FF75
Las Animas, CO 81054
Phone: (719) 456-2610
Fax: (719) 456-2615

Address:
11560 street FF75
Las Animas, CO 81054

Address:
2925 E., Las Vegas Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80906

Crowley County Correctional Facility - CCCF
6564 State Highway 96
Olney Springs, CO 81062
Phone: (719) 267-3548
Fax: (719) 267-4517

Address:
P.O. Box 100
Olney Springs, CO 81062

How to Find inmate information in County Jails

Most of the counties in Colorado offer public access to other inmate information about the city from the police or county sheriff website. For example, the Denver Sheriff Department maintains an online Denver inmate search tool that allows searches by name, booking number, or a CD number, while the El Paso County Sheriff offers an identical tool that allows searching by booking number or surname. The Arapahoe County Sheriff provides Arapahoe inmate information about fees, bonds, and inmate information online on its website, while the Jefferson County Sheriff Office maintains a public inmate lookup tool that provides information about people in custody, alternatively, those interested can learn about inmates by contacting county support or submitting a request to the local city police.

How to Find Occupant Information in Colorado State Jails

The Colorado Department of Correction provides public access to general inmate information through an online searchable locator tool. Members of the public can search using various criteria. The search can be carried out using the first and last name of an inmate (no hyphens) or using a known DOC number. The search can also be filtered to reveal inmates based on gender., Interested parties can also locate an inmate by calling (719) 226-488.

Note: Inmate records on the online platform can take up to 24 hours to reflect changes in an offender's residential status.