The Estes Park Police Department Records Unit provides records to the public, including offense and accident reports, criminal history records, address verifications and more.
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday, 8 A.M. - 5 P.M. (except holidays)
Records Phone: 970-577-3830
Records Email: email@example.com
Physical Location: 170 MacGregor Avenue
Making a Records Request
- Making a Records Request
To obtain a copy of a police report or other record, visit the Estes Park Police Department, located at 170 MacGregor Ave, or complete an online Records Request form. Be prepared to provide the following information, if available:
- Type of Request (Motor Vehicle Accident, Police Report, Dispatch Recording, etc.)
- Your Contact Information
- Report Number
- Incident Date
- Incident Location
- Person(s) involved.
Some reports are not eligible for release per state statute or are not releasable until approved by the investigations unit.
Once the form is completed and payment is received, Estes Park Police Department can begin to process the request. See the fee schedule below. Make checks payable to Town of Estes Park or pay with credit or debit card using the online portal.
- Online Crash Report
Online crash reports, or counter reports, can be filed through the Colorado State Patrol website. If you are unsure if your crash is eligible for an online report, see the terms listed on State Patrol's website or contact the law enforcement agency where your crash happened.
To obtain a copy of a Crash Report, go to LexisNexis where reports are available online. If you are having issues purchasing a crash report, LexisNexis support is available by phone at 1-866-215-2771.
- Fee Schedule
Police Report Copies $10.00 - 10 pages or less (25 cents per page after 10 pages) Motor Vehicle Crash Reports $10.00 - 10 pages or less (25 cents per page after 10 pages) Local Background Checks $10.00 per hour Dispatch Recordings $25.00 per Flash Drive Photos $8.00 per DVD/$25.00 per Flash Drive Video $25.00 per Flash Drive
Payments for records requests can be made via credit or debit card using the online portal or in person at Estes Park Police Department, located at 170 MacGregor Ave.