(Jan. 27, 2020) - The Division of Criminal Justice (DCJ) Office of Research and Statistics has published its fifth annual Report of Officer Involved Shootings in Colorado pursuant to Senate Bill 15-217.
(Jan. 3, 2020) The Office for Victims Programs within the Division of Criminal Justice is now accepting applications for federal and state Crime Victim Services (CVS) Funds. The deadline to submit applications is February 18, 2020.
(Dec. 20, 2019) Colorado Governor Jared Polis invites you to join him on March 4 and 5, 2020, for a conversation with criminal justice stakeholders from our entire state to discuss the future of criminal justice in Colorado.
(Sept. 20, 2019) -- The Colorado Department of Public Safety invites you to join the Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA) at a special event on Sept. 25 to honor the memories of those lost to violence and acknowledge the impact of murder on families, and communities.
(June 6, 2019) – For the first time in 13 years of hosting conferences on offender management, the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice (DCJ) will bring together both the fields of domestic violence offender management and sex offender management at one conference this summer.
(May 29, 2019) The Office for Victims Programs announces the availability of an estimated $15 million in federal Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Program funds. Applications will be accepted from June 3 to June 28, 2019.
(March 7, 2019) -- An independent, impartial, third-party contractor has completed and released a review of the meeting policies, procedures, board conduct, and ethics/conflict of interest policies of the Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB).
(Feb. 7, 2019) -- The Office for Victims Programs has announced a new grant program to help Colorado non-profits access legal resources to help them address identified, specific legal issues related to crime victimization. The deadline to submit applications is Feb. 19.
(Nov. 14, 2018) -- The Improving Outcomes for Youth Statewide Task Force has developed policy recommendations that, if passed into law by state legislators, will strengthen the juvenile justice system, increase public safety, and lead to better outcomes for youth who come in contact with the juvenile justice system.
(Oct. 26, 2018) – The Colorado Division of Criminal Justice Office of Research and Statistics today released “Impacts on Marijuana Legalization in Colorado,” a report that compiles and analyzes a wide variety of data on marijuana-related topics.