The Broomfield Police Department Civil Unit is responsible for serving civil papers received from citizens, attorneys, and the courts. These include, but are not limited to, serving court documents and civil papers such as civil or criminal summonses, protection orders, or eviction notices. In addition, the Civil Unit is responsible for satisfying court judgments by conducting sheriff's sales and overseeing evictions.
Protection Orders take priority over all other types of service. This is due to the potential for injury to those persons involved in such situations. Evictions are the second highest priority of the Civil Unit. These court orders are time sensitive and must be scheduled in advance of their execution. Officers assigned to the Civil Unit often encounter criminal activity while serving civil papers and executing court orders. When this occurs, the officers have authority to take appropriate action in accordance with the law.
The Civil Unit is occasionally required to seize property (both real and personal). If you have a dispute about who is rightly entitled to property seized by our office, you must take your dispute up with the Court. The Civil Unit will only seize, return, or sale property if there is an appropriate court order in place.
By law, the Civil Unit cannot give legal advice or opinions. If you are uncertain of what course of action you should take, you may refer to state statute, contact an attorney, or contact Legal Services at 303-837-1313. Additionally, help navigating the court system can be found at the Colorado Courts Self Help page, or by visiting the Self Help Center in the Broomfield Combined Courts.
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The BPD Civil Unit provides service of court papers within the County of Broomfield. All documents submitted for service must be valid, and all fees must be paid in advance. Papers may be returned if fees are not paid, time does not allow for legal service, or if the quality does not allow for service.
Fees for service are based on the type of paper to be served, as well as the zone in which the paper will be served. Please refer to the BPD Civil Unit Fee Schedule for the paper type fee, and to the BPD Zone Map for zone fees. Fee = [type of paper] + [mileage fee]
Payment can be made by cash, check, credit card, or money order. Credit cards can be taken in person. Checks and Money Orders can be taken in person, or mailed with the papers. Cash can only be accepted in person.
Methods to Submit Papers for Service
To submit papers for service in person, please bring papers to be served along with payment into the Broomfield Police Department.
To submit papers for service by mail, please send the papers for service, payment by check or money order, and a completed Information for Service form to:
Broomfield Police Department
Attention: Civil Unit
7 DesCombes Drive
Broomfield, CO 80020
To submit papers for service by email, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the papers to be served (printable, in PDF format), and a completed Information for Service form (also printable, in PDF format) attached. After papers have been received, and email will be sent acknowledging receipt of the paperwork.
The map below is a tool to figure out Civil Process fees. To search an address, click the square shape in the upper right hand corner (View larger map) to open the map in a new tab. Then, in the new window, click on the magnifying glass in the upper left next to "Zone Map - Broomfield" to enter an address. Zoom out to see the zone, or click on the address that is brought up.
All evictions in Broomfield are executed by the Broomfield Police Department Civil Unit. The Broomfield Police Department Civil Unit supports all parties involved in an eviction by providing safe, peaceful, and respectful services throughout an eviction process. For more information on eviction, please visit the Colorado Courts website or the Broomfield Police Department Eviction Information. The BPD Civil Unit cannot give legal advice.
Protection Orders are court documented orders used in the protection of people and can be civil, mandatory, or based on extreme risk. Protection orders are originated in the courts. For more information, please see the following links:
7 DesCombes Dr, Broomfield CO 80020
303-438-6480 or 911
HoursMonday - Friday8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.Weekends & HolidaysLobby Closed
Kurt WederquistCommanderAdministrative Services Division
Bryan LingoSergeantCivil Unit
Camie RigirozziCivil SpecialistCivil Unit