Address, Name Change or Loss of CHP
Change of Address
Effective November 22, 2020, we now accept Address Change applications online.
If the card has not yet expired, change your address with the county that issued your permit. When it is time to renew your permit, the permit must be renewed in the county in which you currently reside. Notification of a change of address or name change must be made to Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) within 30 days. A new card will be issued and mailed. Please follow the link to the application website: https://jeffersonco.permitium.com/ccw/start
Effective November 22, 2020, we began to accept Name Change applications online.
A valid personal email address is required for all applicant submissions.
Please follow this link to the application website: https://jeffersonco.permitium.com/ccw/start
Proof of your name change must also be uploaded into the online application. This can be a copy of your marriage certificate, court documents, or a current / updated driver’s license. The permit holder will be prompted and required to make an appointment at the time of the online application to be re-fingerprinted. The prints will then be mailed to CBI / FBI. A new card will be issued at the time of the appointment.
Lost or Stolen Permits
Lost, stolen, or destroyed permits must be reported to JCSO within three business days. Please submit the notarized Stolen, Lost or Destroyed Permit Form (PDF) via email to email@example.com . You may also make an appointment online to submit the notarized Stolen, Lost or Destroyed Permit Form (PDF). A new card will be issued and mailed.
Within 30 days after a permittee changes the address or name specified on his or her permit or within three business days after his or her permit is lost, stolen, or destroyed, the permittee shall notify the issuing Sheriff of the change of address or name, or permit loss, theft, or destruction. Failure to notify the Sheriff pursuant to C.R.S. 18-12-210(1) is a class 1 petty offense. The required address or name change, stolen, lost, or destroyed form must be notarized. The Records Unit personnel can notarize these forms as needed.