Colorado Crime Stats
Colorado Criminal Records Statistics
Recorded crime total for 2006: 146,244
Number of crimes per capita: 4606.15
Most "dangerous" Colorado city: Lakeside
Crime Threat Level: 4
Other states with a crime threat level of 4:
Alaska - Kansas - Kentucky - Oregon - Virginia - West Virginia
Colorado Criminal Activity Breakdown
Property Crime: 88,729
Colorado exceeds the national average in:
Rape, Theft, Vehicle Theft
Free Colorado Background Checks and Criminal Records
Colorado may be the home of the Rocky Mountains, but your safety isn't as rock solid here as you might think.
The state of Colorado reported over 146,000 crimes in the last year alone, including over 13,000 robberies and assaults combined. Don't wait for slow government agencies to do their jobs, use Free Background Checks USA today.
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Identification Unit for criminal records checks, the Colorado Department of Corrections
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Tips on colorado Background Searches
For those seeking to obtain Colorado criminal records, there are several online databases available to the public that make it simple. One can find not only general statistical data related to crime, but also information on current and past inmates, sex offenders, and missing children.
Using the Colorado CBI Records Check system, one can search for Colorado criminal records in order to conduct background checks on employees or for other reasons. On the CBI (Colorado Bureau of Investigation) Sex Offender Site, one can use the database to find out if there are sex offenders living near them. The CBI also has a section of their site dedicated to the Amber Alert program where one can find information regarding missing children.
At the Colorado Judicial Branch and the Colorado Court of Appeals, an individual can view information related to people currently standing trial or undergoing the appeals process. The Colorado Department of Corrections offers data on current inmates, parolees, escapees and those on death row.
Another option for finding Colorado criminal records is by calling an agent at the Identification Unit of the CBI, the department that maintains the Automated Fingerprint Identification Unit. Current contact info for this unit can be found on the CBI website.