Located at the front desk of Green Hall, the Records office is responsible for producing and maintaining all police reports, citations, and case files generated by department staff. The Records office is also responsible for university sex offender registration compliance and notary services.
Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone: (970) 491-1160
Fax: (970) 491-2294
The CSU Police Department complies with applicable laws pertaining to the release of open records. The Colorado Open Records Act (CRS 24-72-201 et seq and CRS 24-72-301 et seq) allows for inspection of criminal justice records unless the release of such information would be contrary to state statute, prohibited by court order or Supreme Court rule, or contrary to the public interest.
Some information may be redacted as required by law.
All requests are processed as soon as possible, but may take up to three business days. This timeline may be extended if extenuating circumstances exist.
If a report cannot be released, a records denial letter will be made in compliance with CRS 24-72-305.
A signed Records Release Request Form will need to be completed in its entirety and submitted to the CSUPD Records Office. All forms may be mailed, emailed to CSUPD_records@mail.colostate.edu, faxed, or submitted in person during normal business hours.
- Written reports: $7.50 which includes the first 10 pages. $0.25 per additional page.
- Recordings: $25.00 for the first hour and $30.00 per hour thereafter.
Payment methods: Cash, Personal Check, Visa, or Master Card. We do not accept payment from your student account.
Notary Public services are available:
- Tuesdays 9am-12pm
- Wednesdays 9am-5pm
Please call or email ahead to ensure a certified notary is available. A state or federal photo ID is required. Student ID’s will not be accepted.
There is no fee for this service.
Sex Offender Registration
Any sex offender that is required by court order, and who is affiliated with the University as a student, staff, or outside contractor, must register at the CSU Police Department in addition to residential jurisdiction by the same guidelines.
You must register in person at the CSU Police Department with a valid state or federal photo ID.