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If you are found guilty of (or plead guilty or no contest to) a sex crime, you will be required to register as a sex offender.
By law, you must provide personal information on a regular basis to the local chief of police or county sheriff in all jurisdictions where you reside, whether in Colorado or another state.
If you are listed on a sex offender website, in addition to identifying information and a photo, your entry may include: If you are required to register as a Colorado sex offender, you must update your information annually on your birthday, or every 3 months if convicted of a so-called “quarterly” offense.
To help you better understand Colorado's sex offender registration requirements, our Colorado criminal defense lawyers discuss the following, below: Under 16-13-902 (5), C. S.: “Sexually violent predator” means a sex offender who is identified as a sexually violent predator pursuant to section 18-3-414.5, C. S., or who is found to be a sexually violent predator or its equivalent in any other state or jurisdiction, including but not limited to a military or federal jurisdiction. The sex offender registry is used by both law enforcement agencies and the public.For purposes of this subsection (5), “equivalent”, with respect to an offender found to be a sexually violent predator or its equivalent, means a sex offender convicted in another state or jurisdiction, including but not limited to a military, tribal, territorial, or federal jurisdiction, who has been assessed or labeled at the highest registration and notification levels in the jurisdiction where the conviction was entered and who satisfies the age, date of offense, and conviction requirements for sexually violent predator status pursuant to Colorado law. It allows people to search for convicted sex offenders living in their area.In addition, local law enforcement agencies are specifically notified of convicted sex offenders in their jurisdiction when: Otherwise, Colorado law enforcement may (but is not required to) post your information publicly.Offenders who meet the conditions outlined in CRS 16-22.112 (2) (b) are posted on the SOTAR (Sex Offender Training and Registration) website which can be found after accepting the terms and continuing to the sex offender pages.Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the sex offender registration information maintained on this website.