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Program Support FAQ


Colorado Crime Information Center (CCIC) – CCIC is the statewide criminal justice computer system which delivers criminal justice information to law enforcement and criminal justice agencies in the effort to protect the citizens within our communities. CCIC allows Colorado law enforcement agencies to obtain information such as, but not limited to, statewide and national warrants, criminal history records, driver’s license information, missing persons, protected parties, stolen property, sex offenders, and intelligence information. CCIC is available twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year. Each criminal justice agency accessing all of these databases is required to be audited by the PSU on a triennial cycle to ensure the highest quality of information is available to our criminal justice partners.


Colorado Crime Statistics
– The PSU is responsible for the program management of the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program for Colorado. The UCR program is responsible for the collection, quality assurance and dissemination of crime statistics from each Colorado law enforcement agency. Monthly statistics are collected and published in the annual Crime in Colorado publications and forwarded to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) for the annual Crime in the United States, Hate Crime and Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted publications. The Crime in Colorado publications may be accessed by clicking on the "Crime in Colorado" link located on this page.


Sex Offender Registry – As of July 1, 2002, the PSU became responsible for the management and operation of the Colorado Sex Offender Registry (SOR). The SOR is maintained on the CCIC computer system for the law enforcement and criminal justice community, and on the internet for the public. The Colorado SOR website contains four categories of convicted sex offenders: Sexually Violent Predators (SVP); adult felony offenders required to register; offenders with multiple felony convictions and offenders who fail to register in accordance with state law. To access additional information regarding the SOR or the registry, please click on the “Sex Offender Registry” link located under the "Related Links" on this page.