COLORADO SPRINGS SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY

SEX OFFENDER INFORMATION

Colorado Springs Sex Offender Registry The Colorado Sex offender registry is a public database of convicted sex offenders who are living in or around Colorado Springs. The registry includes the name, address, and photograph of each registered sex offender, as well as information about their offense.

The registry is a community notification resource for keeping your community safe, but it’s important to remember that not all sex offenders are listed on the registry. Some may have moved to another city or state, and others may not have been convicted of a crime.

If you see someone on the sex offender registry that you know, or if you have sex offender information that is not on the registry, you should contact the Colorado Springs Police Department or El Paso county sheriff.

Failure to register as a sex offender in is not an option. Sex offenders that fail to comply will be arrested on a misdemeanor of felony failure to register as a sex offender charge. Under Senate Bill 13-283, all unlawful sexual offenders in the state will be required to update their current location with local police. Sexual offenders can no longer slip through the cracks and fail to keep law enforcement updated of any change in address or status. Under this new bill, convicted sexual offenders will face increasing legal penalties if they fail to complete registration.

SB 13-283 is took effect on January 1, 2017. Sexual offenders must provide their address with local police by April 1, 2017 or face legal consequences. Sex offenders who fail to report to a law enforcement agency may be charged with a Class 6 Felony and spend between one and twelve years in prison.

REGISTERING AS A SEX OFFENDER

Sex Offender Lookup Colorado A sex offender is any person who resides, works, or attends school in the state of Colorado and has been convicted of one or more sex offenses. Sex offenders must register with the local law enforcement agency in their county of residence within five days of their release from incarceration, parole, or probation. The local law enforcement agency will then notify the Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) of the offender’s registration.

The Colorado state legislature has mandated that each sex offender is required to submit detailed personal information including current photo and fingerprints annually to the update the Sex Offender Registry.

This information is used to maintain and update the publicly searchable database of sex offenders convicted of sex crimes.

The information provided by the CBI website is a comprehensive law enforcement agency product of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, the local and state police department and county sheriff’s office to track sex crimes.

SEX OFFENDERS IN COLORADO SPRINGS CO

If you have been convicted of a sex crime and are required to register, contact our El Paso county office for guidance to make sure that you are in full compliance with the law.

In the interests of public safety, sex offender registration is designed to keep close tabs on sex offenders deemed to be sexually violent predators and multiple offenders by police or another law enforcement agency to adequately protect the public from sexual predators. This is to prevent them from committing unlawful sexual behavior crimes in the future.

These details are shared by law enforcement officials to aid the public in making informed decisions. However, the state police and sheriffs have authority over how the sex offender information is collected and the complete list of registered sex offenders is used. Sex offender registration requires signing a form acknowledging that sex offenders understand the necessity and intent of this registration.

If you have a sex crime conviction and live in Colorado Springs CO 80903 area, then your local police department can get you registered. If you live outside city limits, then contact your county sheriff’s office or police for more information on how to submit your information.

The information includes up to date personal information on the sex offender like name, address, age, current or past addresses, phone numbers, social security number, driver’s license number, and name of employer. It’s also used as an investigative tool for active sexual assault investigations. Detailed database information is available by completing this request form to the CBI.

COLORADO SEX OFFENDER LOOKUP

The sex offender registry is a central repository for information on sex offenders in the state. The registry contains information on every person who has a conviction for a sexually related crime in the state since 1974, when the first sex offender registration law was enacted. In addition to name and address, the registry also includes information on the offense for which registered offenders were convicted, as well as their date of birth, physical description, and criminal history.

The sex offender registry is open to the public and can be searched online by anyone. However, it is important to note that not all sex offenders are required to register with police departments the state. In some cases, sexual assault offenders may be required to register in their home state but not in CO. Additionally, some other offenders may be required to register for a specific period of time, while sexually violent predators others may be required to register for life.

If you are concerned that someone you know may be a sex offender, the best way to find out is to search sex offender registry information online. You can also call your local law enforcement agency for more information.

CBI SEX OFFENDER MAP

CBI Sex Offender Registry The CBI Sex Offender Map provides information on registered sex offenders living in CO. Registered sex offenders are classified into three levels based on the severity of their offense. Offenders in Levels 1 and 2 must register with the CBI, while Level 3 offenders are required to register with both the CBI and their local law enforcement agency.

The map includes the following information for each registered sex offender:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Address
  • Offense(s) committed
  • Level of risk to the community
  • Photo (if available)

You can search for specific addresses or use the map’s search bar to find offenders near you. The map is updated regularly, so be sure to check back for updates. If you have any questions about the sex offender registry, you can contact the CBI at (303) 239-4200.

CONTACT A COLORADO SEX CRIME EXPERT

Contact Colorado Springs sex crime lawyer Ted McClintock if you have any questions about what’s required to register. Attorney McClintock is a nationally renowned expert in sex crime defense and offers free consultations.

Ted McClintock will explain exactly what’s required of you to be in full compliance with Colorado law, and answer any questions you may have. And depending upon the level and severity of your conviction, he can help you plan ahead to the day when you can petition the court to have your information removed from the sex offender registry for good.

WHO HAS TO REGISTER IN COLORADO?

Anyone residing in greater El Paso County, CO and convicted of the following offenses must submit their information to the Colorado Sex Offender Registry:

  • SEXUAL ASSAULT
  • SEX ASSAULT IN THE FIRST
  • DEGREE
  • SEX ASSAULT IN THE
  • SECOND DEGREE
  • UNLAWFUL SEXUAL CONTACT
  • SEX ASSAULT IN THE THIRD
  • DEGREE
  • SEX CRIMES ON A CHILD
  • SEX ASSAULT ON A CHILD BY
  • ONE IN A POSITION OF TRUST
  • SEX ASSAULT ON A CLIENT
  • BY A PSYCHOTHERAPIST
  • ENTICEMENT OF A CHILD
  • INCEST
  • AGGRAVATED INCEST
  • TRAFFICKING IN CHILDREN
  • SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF
  • CHILDREN
  • PROCUREMENT OF A CHILD FOR
  • SEXUAL EXPLOITATION
  • INDECENT EXPOSURE
  • SOLICITING FOR CHILD
  • PROSTITUTION
  • PANDERING OF A CHILD
  • PROCUREMENT OF A CHILD
  • KEEPING A PLACE OF CHILD
  • PROSTITUTION
  • PIMPING OF A CHILD
  • INDUCEMENT OF CHILD
  • PROSTITUTION
  • PATRONIZING A PROSTITUTED
  • CHILD
  • ENGAGING IN SEXUAL CONDUCT IN VIOLATION OF SECTION 18-7-701.
  • WHOLESALE PROMOTION OF OBSCENITY TO A MINOR
  • PROMOTION OF OBSCENITY TO A MINOR
  • CLASS 4 FELONY INTERNET LURING OF A CHILD
  • INTERNET SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF A CHILD
  • PUBLIC INDECENCY
  • INVASION OF PRIVACY FOR SEXUAL GRATIFICATION
  • SECOND DEGREE KIDNAPPING, IF COMMITTED IN VIOLATION OF COLORADO REVISED STATUTE SECTION 18-3-302(3) (A)

WHO HAS TO REGISTER IN COLORADO?

Anyone residing in greater El Paso County, CO and convicted of the following offenses must submit their information to the Colorado Springs Sex Offender Registry:

  • SEXUAL ASSAULT
  • SEX ASSAULT IN THE FIRST
  • DEGREE
  • SEX ASSAULT IN THE
  • SECOND DEGREE
  • UNLAWFUL SEXUAL CONTACT
  • SEX ASSAULT IN THE THIRD
  • DEGREE
  • SEX CRIMES ON A CHILD
  • SEX ASSAULT ON A CHILD BY
  • ONE IN A POSITION OF TRUST
  • SEX ASSAULT ON A CLIENT
  • BY A PSYCHOTHERAPIST
  • ENTICEMENT OF A CHILD
  • INCEST
  • AGGRAVATED INCEST
  • TRAFFICKING IN CHILDREN
  • SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF
  • CHILDREN
  • PROCUREMENT OF A CHILD FOR
  • SEXUAL EXPLOITATION
  • INDECENT EXPOSURE
  • SOLICITING FOR CHILD
  • PROSTITUTION
  • PANDERING OF A CHILD
  • PROCUREMENT OF A CHILD
  • KEEPING A PLACE OF CHILD
  • PROSTITUTION
  • PIMPING OF A CHILD
  • INDUCEMENT OF CHILD
  • PROSTITUTION
  • PATRONIZING A PROSTITUTED
  • CHILD
  • ENGAGING IN SEXUAL CONDUCT IN VIOLATION OF SECTION 18-7-701.
  • WHOLESALE PROMOTION OF OBSCENITY TO A MINOR
  • PROMOTION OF OBSCENITY TO A MINOR
  • CLASS 4 FELONY INTERNET LURING OF A CHILD
  • INTERNET SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF A CHILD
  • PUBLIC INDECENCY
  • INVASION OF PRIVACY FOR SEXUAL GRATIFICATION
  • SECOND DEGREE KIDNAPPING, IF COMMITTED IN VIOLATION OF SECTION 18-3-302(3) (A)