Records Request

The Fort Lupton Police Department is committed to providing public access to records in a manner that is consistent with the Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act (CCRJA) (CRS § 24-72-301 et seq.).

Police Records

Records is responsible for the retention of department records as well as the release of information to citizens, the court system, District Attorney’s Office, and insurance companies regarding criminal, information, or traffic cases. Staff maintain electronic and paper copies of all crime and accident reports, complete data entry of all reports, release crime information to the court and public, and forward accident information to the Colorado Department of Motor Vehicles.

Obtaining a Copy of a Report: 
 Reports can be requested from the department by mail or walk-in service. At this time, we are unable to email reports. Records is dedicated to ensuring these requests are processed quickly and efficiently. See the fee schedule below. Please completed a Records Request from if you would like a copy of a police report.

If you are interested in obtaining a copy of a police report you must fill out a Request Form, pay for the report, and bring both into the Police Department during regular business hours with a government ID:

  • Driver’s License
  • Passport
  • State ID

If you have questions about obtaining a police report, you can email or call 303 857-4011.


During the COVID-19 restricted access to the City Hall Complex, reports can be requested by e-mail or telephone at or 303 857-4011.. The Request Form link is shown above. This will allow the limitation of walk-in traffic to the Police Department entrance. Records staff will make arrangements for request requirements. Until the restrictions are lifted, the fees associated with requests will be waived.