Evidence Release is by appointment only. Please call the lab with the case number and information regarding the items you are looking for. If there is no answer leave a message with all of the information you have available. The lab should return your call within 3 days in order to set up an appointment. After the appointment is made, the lab manager will review the police case, court case, and evidence to see what is eligible for release. You must provide a valid photo ID for the lab to release evidence to you.
Medical Marijuana Release from Evidence
Medical Marijuana release is only possible if the Patient has all of the paperwork to make the application valid. You must provide the application, the doctor’s paperwork, and proof that the application was mailed. This paperwork is only valid after 35 days have passed from mailing it to the Colorado Department of Health Medical Marijuana Registry. Also, you may provide the permit from the Colorado Department of Health.
The lab manager will make a copy of your Medical Marijuana Registry paperwork and fax it to the Colorado Department of Health requesting verification of your application. This is to ensure that you have not been rejected by the registry. The lab manager will also review your case to ensure that your medical marijuana is eligible for release. After the lab receives proof from the Colorado Department of Health that you have been accepted, the lab will make an appointment to return your items to you. You must provide a valid photo ID for the lab to release Medical Marijuana to you.
Recovered Stolen Property
When stolen property has been recovered, the lab will attempt to contact the owner and set up an appointment to release it as soon as possible. In some situations you may have to provide proof of ownership. You must provide a valid photo ID for the lab to release your property to you.
We conduct criminal and employment background checks on all Colorado State University Police Department hires in addition to the basic background check done by Human Resources when hiring.
In addition, we conduct basic criminal background checks for several CSU departments needing to meet Federal and State standards for internship programs or on contract with our department.
Interns needing criminal background checks are to contact their department coordinator or instructor to complete the necessary forms and fees. The department representatives will then submit the background requests to us each semester. We do not accept individual background requests.
The general public needing a background check are referred to private companies who will conduct checks for a fee and can be accessed through the internet for the fastest turn around.