Police Records

Wheat Ridge Police Department Records Team

The Police Records window is open to the public; however, online options may be faster for reporting and making requests. Appointment times are required for court ordered prints, interstate compacts and walk-in bonds. Contact Records at 303-235-2921 to set up appointments for these services. 

  1. File a Report
  2. Request Police Report
  3. Request Accident Report
  4. Colorado Criminal Records

Online Reporting Available Now!

Reports of stolen vehicles, and some other crimes, cannot be reported online. Call the non-emergency number at 303-237-2220 to speak to an officer. Identity theft may be reported online, but please follow instructions here before submitting the report. There are additional forms you need to fill out to attach to the online report.

Report certain crimes to the Wheat Ridge Police Department online. Click the button below to see what types of crimes can be reported through the online system and to begin a report. Have information about a suspect? Call the non-emergency number at 303-237-2220. In the  case of an emergency, call 911. 

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Wheat Ridge Police Records Team

Wheat Ridge Police Records Team is the central repository of our criminal justice records and incident reports.

The WRPD Records Team 

  • Maintains the security, credibility and accountability of all police case reports;   
  • Provides police records to citizens, insurance companies, and other government agencies in accordance with all applicable federal and state laws;  
  • Enters statistical crime information through Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for the National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS) as mandated;     
  • Releases copies of the Wheat Ridge Sex Offender Registration list to citizens of Wheat Ridge and neighboring communities; 
  • Archives police records in accordance with all applicable state statues in regard to the retention, destruction, and preservation of public records;   
  • Forwards case and accident reports to Wheat Ridge Municipal Court and Jefferson County District Court for prosecution; and,
  • Bonds prisoners in cooperation with other law enforcement agencies during the normal business hours.