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The Task Force on the Collection and Security of Digital Images of Evidence of Child Abuse or Neglect was created through HB 1377.
This task force studies current laws, rules and practices followed in the state and best practices in other states regarding the documentation of evidence or the absence of evidence of suspected child abuse through the collection and security of digital images by government employees. The task force also considers whether the statutes and practices concerning the collection of evidence of suspected abuse or neglect and the use of digital images are consistent with existing technologies and emerging technologies, and recommends the best practices to be used in the collection and security of digital imagery evidence of child abuse or neglect. On or before December 1, 2017, the task force shall submit an initial written report on its findings and progress to the Governor. A final written report shall be made on or before December 1, 2018.
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§ C.R.S.19-3-801-05: Statute Governing the Taskforce on the Collection and Security of Digital Images of Child Abuse of Neglect
Final Report- HB-1377 Task Force on the Collection and Security of Digital Images of Child Abuse of Neglect
2018-11-29 DITF Minority Report