information in the form below on a fugitive with a warrant, an
individual's criminal history, a missing person, an unknown
suspect or a child support court order. CUFF will
also publish a civil judgment that is related to a fraud case
even if the defendant was not charged criminally. The
judgment information will forewarn other potential victims of
the defendant's past actions.
CUFF verifies all information submitted on a
subject before publication. If your subject has an outstanding criminal
warrant, civil judgment or child support warrant or you are
inputting a criminal history or missing person, you must provide
CUFF with supporting documentation and complete information on
the subject. (Detailed
When you enter a fugitive with
an outstanding felony warrant, CUFF will perform a free address
search. You will be contacted regarding the information
obtained. If an address appears to be current, we will
contact the law enforcement agency holding the warrant to report
the fugitive's whereabouts.
After you submit a
subject, you will be notified by e-mail within 72 hours that your
entry has been received. We will hold your submission for 30 days
pending receipt of photo or documentation. When these items are
received, will will notify you again by e-mail. Your entry will be
published within five working days following your final receipt
You will create a personal password to ensure that only you
have access to data changes or deletions. This password must be
referenced in any follow-up contact with CUFF.
If you want CUFF to act as your Contact, we
will forward any TIPS from Searchers to the e-mail that you
provide in Section 1.
Submissions will only be removed from the database
at your request or by CUFF. If you want to remove your submission, you may advise us by
e-mail and you must include your password.
The information you submit here is NOT
searchable on the Internet until we publish it. The
subject will not be contacted at any time by CUFF.
WARRANTS: Full name and date of birth of
subject (if known), name of the municipality or agency where the
warrant was issued, approximate date issued and the charge along
with a contact name at the agency who can verify the warrant.
If you do not have a contact name, you can fax us a copy of the
court case documents showing the outstanding warrant or send us
the link to a Web site that contains a Most Wanted poster of the
subject. Fax the court documents to (303)-459-2751.
information: plaintiff's name and address, defendant's name
and address, court case number, date of the judgment, county and state where it is
recorded, the monetary award and any specific court orders
connected with the judgment. (Even though all of this
information will appear on the court documents,
please include it in the form below.)
You may mail or fax us a copy of the judgment. We will
verify it with the court after we receive it. Fax the
judgment to: (303)-459-2751.
Your documents can also be mailed to Citizens United to Find
Fugitives; P.O. Box 260843; Lakewood, CO 80226.
All or part of this information may be published or you may
remain anonymous and include just the information on the
defendant. The information that you want published will
appear in the database in the CIVIL JUDGMENT field and on the
HISTORY: Full name, date of birth (if
known), date of conviction, name of agency or municipality
that issued the charge and the charge on
the warrant. This information might be obtained
by you simply by contacting the penal institution where the
inmate was incarcerated. You can find the institution by going
Enforcement & Gov't. Most Wanted
Page for links to
inmate locators. If you cannot find a criminal history for
a subject you want to submit but
you are sure one exists, CUFF will perform a background search
on the subject for $59.00. Go
to the CUFF Background Search page and to order the search.
CHILD SUPPORT: If the parent has an
outstanding warrant for non payment, see
Warrants above. If the person is being submitted in order
to locate them for process service, provide the case number
assigned by the state's child support enforcement department and
the case worker's name and phone number.
MISSING PERSON: Copy of
missing person's report or information which will allow us to
verify a report.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ENTERING DATA
The forms below require selecting
one or more of the available choices. The one-line forms
and scrolling forms require a typed entry. To enter the
data correctly, follow the format explanation to the right of
the field. Click TIPS
for more detailed explanations and examples. All verbatim entry
examples are printed in bright blue.
To make multiple selections, hold
down the Control Key as you click each choice. To remove a
selection, click the mouse over the selection to be removed
while holding down the Control Key.
If any of the multiple-choice forms do
not contain appropriate choices for your subject, CUFF will add this information after submission.
Include this information in the Background field after any
narrative that you have typed. Don't enter data in
the field in question. Example:
If the form does not
describe your subject's eye color or nationality, leave the default
entry in each field and at the end of your
narrative in the Background field, type the exact field name, a dash and the correct description, e.g., Eye Color -
Violet; Region From - Russia.
If you have never searched or submitted
information to the CUFF before,
it is recommended that you do a few searches to get some ideas of how to
best complete the form. Click Search Database at the top of this
form. Enter basic data such as gender, height, age and race.
Check the DATABASE RESULTS TABLE carefully to see how each field is
completed. In the first field, click Photo/Details to go to the
Background Page to
see how it is filled out.
If the scroll bar in the pop up windows does
not function in your browser, click TIPS
Instructions Pageto view all
instructions on a single page.
You may also e-mail a subject's photo at any time. To e-mail
a photo now as an attachment, return to this
page and click: email@example.com after you have submitted your
entries. In the e-mail, include your name and password as
contained in Section #1 above. Also, include your subject's first
and last name, if known, and the date of your entry.