Information Management Division
The Information Management Division, commanded by a Captain of Police, is responsible for the activities of the consolidated Communications and Records Sections and the Computer Services Section.
We are primarily a non-sworn and non-uniformed division who provide records maintenance, dispatching function for county-wide emergency services, emergency medical dispatching the maintenance of the CAD and RMS system of the emergency services provided countywide.
Records SectionRecords Management
We maintain records for the following law enforcement agencies
- Greeley Police Department
- Weld County Sheriff
- Ault Police Department
- Johnstown Police Department
- Kersey Police Department
- Milliken Police Department
Background checks are done for housing, employment, immigration, visas, custody, personal reasons, etc. Sex Offender List
Greeley - list is available through our office or the Greeley Police Sex Offenders website
Weld County - list is available at the North Jail Complex or on the Weld County Sheriff website
Ault, Johnstown, Kersey, and Milliken - list is available from us or at their respective police departments. Warrants
We maintain approximately 9500 active warrants that are issued by all of the courts in Weld County with the exception of those issued by Ft Lupton Municipal Court (information is not available over the phone)
.* There is a nominal fee for most reports that are released
Greeley/Weld Criminal Justice Records
1551 N. 17th Avenue
Greeley, CO 80631
Monday - Friday
8:00 - 5:00
970-356-4015 x 2900
|Greeley Police Department
Monday - Wednesday
12:00 - 4:00
Weld County Regional Communications Center
Weld County Regional Communications Center (WCRCC) handles close to 340,000 telephone calls per year. Your calls are important to us and we do our best to prioritize resources to provide the best possible service to our community.
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Helpful Tips and Reminders
- Dial 911 for emergencies
- Dial 970-350-9600 for non-emergencies
- If you don’t have a police/fire/medical problem, Weld County United Way 211 may be able to help—just dial 211
- If you need road conditions, call 511 or visit www.cotrip.org
- Sometimes it may seem like we’re asking lots of questions and delaying response, but while the call-taker is asking you these questions, a dispatcher is relaying the information to responding units over the radio.
The information we get will help the dispatcher determine the services you need, which may include law enforcement officers, fire, or emergency medical help.
- Finally, remember that disconnected cellphones still dial 911. Unfortunately, these hang-up calls create unnecessary workload for dispatchers in any emergency dispatch center. Please take batteries out of disconnected cellphones to prevent these accidental 911 calls.
WCRCC provides the dispatch of police, fire, ambulance, and other radio dispatched services for the initial reception of citizen service requests via phone, including 911 and TTY 24/7.
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Fourteen identical workstations provide dispatchers with state-of-the-art technology and equipment to provide the community with emergency services communications.
Our center has ergonomically designed work stations with Roller Vision, swinging arm lights, adjustable console heights (including standing) and over-the-console track lighting.
The training program is dedicated to the success of new employees and their trainers.
Dispatchers are invited to participate in a variety of committees to address job complexity, serve as liasons to our agencies, and to promote our 911 center in the community.