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The state of Colorado reached a pick, population wise, in 2016 when the number of residents in its area was 5,540,545. The state, named after the Colorado river, holds public records on its citizens in the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. These public records include birth records from 1910 and death records from 1900. The Colorado Judicial Branch holds the court records of citizens which include marriage records and divorce records that are gathered from the district court clerk and also the country court clerk.
Colorado Crime Rate and Criminal Records
There are 20 state-run prisons in Colorado and 4 for-profit prisons all across the state housing 31,701 inmates. The crime rate in Colorado is approximately 2,962 crimes per every 100,000 residents, and the criminal records of offenders and prisoners are kept by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) - a division of the Colorado Department of Public Safety. The criminal records become public records and the CBI allows access to them after filling out forms and requesting them.
The two most populated cities in Colorado are Denver, with a population of 719,116 citizens, and Colorado Springs with a population of 484,233 citizens as of 2017. The median household income in Denver is $58,003, and in Colorado Springs the number is $56,079. Like many other states in the U.S, Colorado relied on agriculture as a major revenue industry. It was also a prison state having correctional facilities employ many residents. In the 20th century, the service and industrial sectors in Colorado enjoyed a boom, and they are now joined with the high-tech industry, scientific research and aerospace and defense as the states major industries.