CORA Request Assistance
Simple, Secure & Anonymous

Select an option below to get started. We provide concierge services to help you submit Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) requests while protecting your identity. By using our site, you agree to our privacy policy and terms of service.

How it works?

The process is simple. Provide us the agency, details of the records you are requesting, and minimal contact information. We will submit the request and return the records to you upon receipt. Our entity will show on the CORA request logs and your identify is protected.

Submit a Request

Submit a new records request on our site and provide us with an email to deliver the results. Sit back and relax.

Processing & Submission

We process your request and submit it to the agency that you have identified. Your identity is protected.

Return Results

Once the agency has responded to the request, we pass the details along to you at the email you provided.

CORA Request Types

We handle all types of CORA Requests.

State Government

State government CORA record requests.

Local Government

Local government and municipal CORA record requests.

Higher Education

Higher education CORA record requests.

School District

Local school district CORA record requests.

Criminal & Corrections

Law enforcement and corrections CORA records requests.

Courts & Judicial

Courts and judicial CORA records requests

Health & Environment

Health and environmental CORA record requests.


Colorado legislative CORA record requests.

Frequently Asked Questions

Explore frequently asked questions about Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) requests and

Colorado Open Records Act (CORA)

The Colorado Open Records Act "CORA" requires that most public records be available to the public. A "public record" includes most writings made, maintained, or kept by public agencies. However, there are some exceptions concerning records made available under CORA.

Colorado law says that "any person" may inspect public records. "Person" includes any natural person, as well as corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and associations.

We can help you get connected with an attorney. If a court determines that a custodian of a public record has improperly denied the right of inspection of a public record under CORA, the court must award court costs and reasonable attorney fees to the prevailing party. If a person willfully and knowingly violates CORA, the person commits a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not more than $100, imprisonment in county jail for not more than 90 days, or both.

We recommend setting up an anonymous email address to interact with our site and a pre-paid credit card that you purchased using cash. These steps will limit your exposure. will act as the middleman in the transaction. You will pay us and we will pay the agency, keeping you anonymous to the agency. To take it up a notch, you can pay us using a prepaid card.

We store your email address and your CORA request text. There may be additional information maintained by our payment provider on their infrastructure.

All sales are final. We may be able to cancel the request if we haven't submitted it upon your behalf. Please contact us to request a cancellation.

Yes, Colorado law states that "any person" may inspect public records. "Person" includes any natural person, as well as corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, and associations.

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