Table of Contents
- Search Denver County, CO Inmate Records
- Denver County Quick Facts
- County Crimes by Type
- Denver County Jail Demographics
- County Jail Statistics
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Denver County Jail Contact Details
- Denver County, CO Jails
Search Denver County, CO Inmate Records
Denver County, CO jails hold prisoners after an arrest or people who have been transferred to the county from a detention center. Denver County holds 13 jails with a total of 476,656 inmates. These correctional facilities have private cells for extremely violent criminals or controversial suspects. Denver County jails are subject to health and medical restrictions and have to provide medical care to all its inmates.
Denver County Quick Facts
County Crimes by Type
The Timeline of the County Crime Trends
|Violent Crime Total|
|Murder And Nonnegligent Manslaughter|
|Property Crime Total|
|Motor Vehicle Theft|
Denver County Jail Demographics
The county has 680,032 people confined with a jail population density of 3,164 prisoners per jail. When breaking down the population by gender, females are a minority compared to male prisoners, being 237,495 women and 239,161 men.
A Timeline of Yearly Data Pop Total from 2005-2015
A Timeline of Yearly Female/Male Incarceration for the Years 2005-2015
|Year||Male Population||Female Population|
A Timeline of Denver County Incarceration by Gender
|Year||Male Rate||Female Rate|
Denver County Prison Records by Race & Ethnicity
County Jail Statistics
The county has an arrest rate of 1,789 and a local jail rate of 405 inmates per year and a pretrial rate of 278 pre trials per 100,000 residents aged from 15 to 64. The jail admit rate for the area equals 7,163, which is lower compared to the statistics of 2005 - 12,020 incarcerations a year.
Local Jail, Pretrial and Admit Rates
The average jail count for Denver is 1,959 incarcerations in a day. The numbers have decreased during the last 10 years, when there were on average 2,232 imprisonments a day.
Denver County Incarceration Rates
Pretrial vs. Admit Rates Timeline
|Year||Admit Rate||Pretrial Rate|
The Average Number of Incarcerations per Day
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Find Out if Someone is in Jail in Denver Colorado ?
To find an inmate in Denver use CO inmate lookup tool. Inmate information can be obtained using their first and last name. You can search conviction details in different detention centers and county jails to find data about a prisoner's criminal past, arrests, offenses, current location, previous jail stays, dates for the release, physical description, and many more. Denver county jail is a medium security county jail located in the city of Denver, Denver County, CO. It houses male inmates (above 18 years of age) who are in jail for crimes which come under Colorado state law. Most of the prisoner’s serving time in this jail are sentenced for the period of over a year and are sentenced for crimes which are serious in nature. The prison is operated and maintained by the Colorado Department Of Corrections (CDOC).
What are Denver County Inmate Visiting Days and Hours?
To visit a prisoner in Denver County jail you must be registered in the approved visitors list. Before visiting an inmate you must confirm your visit with the prison authorities. You can't visit an inmate during the first 10 days of the custody. Check Inmate visiting days and hours below:
Inmate Visiting Days and Hours
|Day of Week||Hours|
|Monday||7:30 Am To 9:00 Pm|
|Tuesday||7:30 Am To 9:00 Pm|
|Wednesday||7:30 Am To 9:00 Pm|
|Thursday||7:30 Am To 9:00 Pm|
|Friday||7:30 Am To 9:00 Pm|
|Saturday||7:30 Am To 2:30 Pm|
|Sunday||7:30 Am To 2:30 Pm|
How do I write an inmate in Denver County Jail?
You can send any letters or packages to the Denver County Jail inmate through this address.
10500 E Smith Rd, Denver, CO 80239
Make sure to take a look at the allowed items list before sending the mail or package. For further information contact the prison administration.
How do I Put Money On An Inmate's Books in Denver County Jail?
You can put money on an inmate's books through these 3 ways. All of them require Criminal Descriptor Number (CD #) which can be found by performing Denver inmate search:
- Go to Lobby Kiosk which is located at the Downtown Detention Facility (490 Colfax Denver, Colorado 80206) or the Denver County Jail (10500 E Smith Rd, Denver, CO 80239). Payments can be made by cash or credit card.
- Prisoners can get money through their commissary account via money order. Don't forget to include the inmate's name and Criminal Descriptor Number on the money order and drop it to the Downtown Detention Facility or the Denver County Jail
- Pay online through Access Corrections.