Colorado Sex Offender Registration

COLORADO SPRINGS SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY

The Colorado state legislature has mandated that all sex offenders are required to submit detailed personal information including current photo and fingerprints annually to the Colorado Springs Sex Offender Registry.

Colorado Sex Offender RegistryThis information is used to maintain and update the publicly searchable database of registered sex offenders convicted of sex crimes.

The information provided by the Colorado Sex Offender Registry 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.

COLORADO SEX OFFENDERS MUST REGISTER

Failure to register as a sex offender in Colorado 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.

If you have been convicted of a sex crime and are required to register, contact our 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 by police or another law enforcement agency.

This is to prevent them from committing similar 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 data 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 been convicted of sexual assault 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 register.

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 sexually assault investigations. Detailed database information is available by completing this request form to the CBI.

CONTACT A COLORADO SEX CRIME EXPERT

colorado spring sex offender registryContact 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. Contact our office for a free consultation.

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 Colorado Springs 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 Springs Sex Offender Registry:

  • SEXUAL ASSAULT
  • SEXUAL ASSAULT IN THE FIRST
  • DEGREE
  • SEXUAL ASSAULT IN THE
  • SECOND DEGREE
  • UNLAWFUL SEXUAL CONTACT
  • SEXUAL ASSAULT IN THE THIRD
  • DEGREE
  • SEXUAL ASSAULT ON A CHILD
  • SEXUAL ASSAULT ON A CHILD BY
  • ONE IN A POSITION OF TRUST
  • SEXUAL 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)