Website Maintenance October 17

 Certain applications on our website will be unavailable between 6 and 10 p.m. Wednesday for scheduled maintenance.

Maintenance on Eagle County's website will occur Wednesday, October 17 from 6 - 10 p.m. The following web applications will be unavailable during that time:

  • Main Eagle County website
  • Property Records Search
  • Foreclosure Search
  • Property Tax Search/Pay
  • GIS Map Viewer
  • Recorded Document Search
  • Building Inspection Requests/Status

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FAQ

 

1. How can I get a copy of a case report? 

2. How much does it cost for a copy of a case report? 

3. Which case reports require the $30 extensive research fee?   

4. How long will it take to receive a case report once I have made a formal request for the report? 

5. Can I have a friend pick up a report for me or do I need to be present? 

6. Can you fax or email me a copy of my case report? 

7. Where can I get a copy of a case report if I am a defendant in an active case that is less that a year old? 

8. How do I go about claiming my property or evidence? 

9. I turned in a bike I found. If it isn't claimed, can I have it? 

 

 

1. How can I get a copy of a case report?

Fill out the records request form located under the blue "Records Request" button on the Records page.  The completed form must be returned to us notarized and/or with a copy of the requester’s driver’s license and advance payment. (Return to top)   

 

2. How much does it cost for a copy of case report?

$5 for the initial report and an additional $.25 per page. 

1) Copy, printout or photograph. The fee for a copy, printout or photograph shall be $.25 per standard page (8 ½ x 11). For documents in non-standard format (larger than 8 ½ x 11), the actual cost f providing a copy, printout or photograph of the record will be charged. Where the fee for a certified copy or other copy, printout, or photograph of a record is specifically prescribed by law, the specific fee shall apply.

2) In addition to the $.25 per page fee, the requestor may be charged a reasonable research and retrieval fee based on the actual cost of responding to the request, including staff time of gathering, preparing, reviewing, redacting to excise privileged material, and copying available documents. No fee will be imposed for the first hour of time expended in connection with the research and retrieval. After the first hour, a fee of $30.00 per hour will be charged for each additional our expended in connection with the research and retrieval.   (Return to top) 

 

3. Which case reports require the $30 extensive research fee?   

  • Cases over 5 years old 
  • Cases before 2004 (requiring retrieval on an older Spillman records system) 
  • Supplemental Reports that do not qualify for the $.25 per page rate
  • Reports with multiple offenders (Return to top) 

 

4. How long will it take to receive a case report once I have made a formal request for the report?

If you make a walk-in request at the office we will attempt to process the report request while you wait.  If the report requires extensive research or is stored off-site, we may require up to 72 hours, as permitted by Colorado State Statute. (Return to top)   

 

5. Can I have a friend pick up a case report for me or do I need to be present?

The only way that someone else can pick up a report for you is if you specify their name and that they will be picking up the report on your records request form. The individual will be required to show a Driver's License or government issued photo identification card at the time of pick up. (Return to top) 

 

6. Can you fax or email me a case copy of my report?

We do not fax copies of reports for any reason. We will however email a copy of a report if you fill out a report request and provide a copy of your Drivers License or governement issued photo identification card. (Return to top) 

 

7. Where can I get a copy of a case report if I am a defendant in an active case?

The Eagle County Sheriff's Office will not release reports to anyone listed as a Defendant in an active/open case that is less than a year old. If you are listed as a Defendant you may be able to obtain a copy of the report you are requesting at the District Attorney's Office.  You can reach them at 970-328-6947. (Return to top) 

 

8. How do I go about claiming my property?

Contact the Evidence Custodian at 970-328-8512, between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, to discuss and make an appointment. 
NOTE: All property and evidence is subject to Colorado state statutes and pre-approval prior to release.  (Return to top) 

 

9. I turned in a bike I found. If it isn't claimed, can I have it?

All Found property is held for 90 days. If property is not claimed, the finder can have the property if approved by the Sheriff or his representative. (Return to top)