Rocky Mountain RCFL

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COVID-19 OPERATING STATUS

Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Rocky Mountain Regional Computer Forensic Lab (RMRCFL) has instituted the following operational changes. Effective on Thursday, March 19, 2020, the lab will be operating with minimal staffing until further notice. Access into the building is being limited to only assigned personnel. Because of this, we will not be accepting or releasing evidence to case agents from non-participating agencies, except those cases considered “critical” (child abduction, matters of national security, etc.) and all CAIR and LMK access will be closed. Also, if you currently have a case submitted to the RMRCFL, there may be a significant delay in completing the exam.

For participating agencies wanting to submit cases to the lab, we will only be accepting evidence, by appointment, on Mondays and Thursdays unless there are mitigating circumstances.

If you have any questions, please contact Lab Director Capt. Glenn Peitzmeier or Deputy Lab Director SA Doug Oliver at 303-649-7900.

RMRCFL Upon request, the Rocky Mountain RCFL can provide computer forensics services to any law enforcement agency operating in Colorado and Wyoming, with priority given to participating agencies.


RMRCFL
9195 E. Mineral Avenue
Suite 300
Centennial, CO 80112


Participating Agencies

Benefits of participation in an RCFL are numerous – Partner agencies contribute personnel and resources to staff and maintain the operations of the RMRCFL. Please click on following links to learn more about our supporting agencies:

Local Government

Federal Government