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Get a Police Record


The Aurora Police Records Unit is the centralized storage and processing area for all records and information relating to Aurora Police Department activities, including criminal reports and arrest records. The Records Unit is located on the first floor in the Aurora Police Headquarters Building located at 15001 E. Alameda Parkway. The Aurora Police Department now utilizes NextRequest to accept and process public records requests. NextRequest allows requesters to create an account and log in to view your request, messages, and any documents that have been released. Click on the NextRequest button above to submit your request.

If you would like a copy of your own police report, follow the information below.

• Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CLOSED on Wednesday and all City observed holidays)

• Phone: 303.739.6320 - Option #2

• Click here for Frequently Asked Questions


Requesting a Copy of a Police Report

General Offense Reports:
If you are requesting a copy of your own police report, please use the button above labeled "NextRequest Portal" for submitting your request. Please be advised that request volumes, staffing shortages, and a recent system upgrade have increased our turnaround time for processing information requests (police reports, background checks, address histories, etc.) up to 24 weeks, but could be longer.


Phone: 303.739.6320, Option #2

Crash Reports:

If an officer was dispatched and completed a crash report on scene, the report can be purchased from a third-party site, CrashDocs.org. Crash reports are primarily used for information or insurance reporting. By clicking the link above, you will be directed to another website to purchase the report. In order to find your report, you must know the last name of an involved party and the date of the accident. Using the report (or reference) number is also used to quickly locate the correct report, but please make sure you enter the number is exactly as it was given to you. Examples of report numbers: AP202212345 or 2022-12345.

If you completed an online crash report, the Aurora Police Department does not have access to obtain copies, please contact the Department of Revenue at 303.205.5600. That online report will not be available for purchase from the Aurora Police Department or the third-party website.



Requesting a Police Record through the Public Records Detail

Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act (CCJRA) requests are handled and processed by the Public Records Detail (PRD).  Examples of CCJRA requests handled by the PRD are listed below: 

Requests for body worn camera footage, mesh camera, third party camera, crime scene photographs, or Police 911 and radio audio (if you are requesting these items you may also request a copy of the police report).

Records requests from the media.

Requests for Internal Affairs Bureau files, personnel information or other internal documents.

Requests for specific statistics that are not readily available on our Annual and Public Reports page. 



If you are submitting a Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act (CCJRA) request, please use the button above labeled "NextRequest Portal" to submit your request. 
Please be advised that request volumes, staffing shortages, and a recent system upgrade have increased our turnaround time for processing information requests (police reports, background checks, address histories, etc.) up to 24 weeks, but could be longer.

NOTICE: Report Fees for 2022 can be found here.

All records requests are processed in accordance with Colorado Criminal Justice Records Act (CCJRA), C.R.S. 24-72-301, et seq. Some reports may not be released, or may have redactions when required by law.



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