"In the twenty years following the Columbine High School tragedy, Colorado school safety has vastly improved, thanks to the efforts of school leaders and their community partners, a number of organizations and state and private agencies ranging from the Colorado General Assembly to private foundations, citizens, and others. Here's a chronology of some key milestones contributing to improved school safety for Colorado students and schools., compiled by Colorado School Safety Resource Center., "Please note: The first ten year highlights were written by Linda Kanan, Ph.D., the founding director of the Colorado School Safety Resource Center (CSSRC/Center) 2008-2011. The second ten year highlights were compiled by Christine Harms, MS, who became director of the Center in January 2012.) "-- Page 1., Online resource; title from PDF caption (viewed April 2019)
The Colorado State Patrol Women's Resource Network (WRN) was created to enrich the personal and professional lives of its female members, while honoring the core values and mission of the Patrol. Women currently make up approximately 6% of the uniformed members within the agency. In order to supplement and sustain the retention and recruitment of these valuable members' career and personal development, the Patrol has identified better methods and best practices towards the recruitment and retention of women in the law enforcement field., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed May 2014)
Cover title., "This project was supported by Grant No. 2003-JE-FX-0038 awarded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention through the Division of Criminal Justice, Colorado Department of Public Safety."--P. [i]., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
In 2015, the Colorado General Assembly passed Senate Bill 15-217, which mandated that state and local law enforcement agencies report specific information to the Division of Criminal Justice in the event that the agency “employs a peace officer who is involved in an officer-involved shooting that results in a person suspected of criminal activity being shot at by the officer.” S.B.15-217 mandated DCJ to analyze and report the data on an annual basis. During the time period under study, 47 law enforcement agencies reported 192 shooting incidents involving 313 officers and 219 citizens, prepared by Ernesto Munoz, peg Flick, Laurence Lucero, Kim English., "March 1, 2016.", Online resource; title from PDF title page (viewed March 2016)
The Administrative Guide for state grant programs is a reference for agencies receiving State funds administered by the Division of Criminal Justice (DCJ). DCJ has developed this Guide to assist State grantees in understanding and complying with the financial, administrative and reporting requirements for the use of these funds., Online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed November 2017)
Sex offenders designated as violent predators, after July 1, 1999, shall be required to register with local law enforcement officials every quarter. Sex offender registration is a law enforcement tool by ensuring that authorities have the names and descriptive information of past sex offenders residing in their jurisdiction., Cover title., "June 1999.", "Funded by Grant Number D97DB15A694, Colorado Drug Control and System Improvement Program, Colorado Division of Criminal Justice.", Includes bibliographical references (p. 20-23)., Mode of access: World Wide Web.
The State of Colorado initiated the effort to develop an after action report (AAR) to identify strengths and areas for improvement observed during response and recovery efforts for both the 2013 Floods and the Black Forest Fire., "June 30, 2015.", Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover; (viewed July 2015)
This Topical Fire Research Report is in response to a legislative inquiry concerning the number of wildfires that are started each year in Colorado from the escape of agricultural and prescribed fires. For the purpose of this report, the term 'escape' is used to describe an agricultural controlled burn or a prescribed fire that spread beyond the control lines and became a 'hostile' fire., Description based on online resource; title from PDF caption; (viewed March 2015)
The Colorado Auto Theft Prevention Authority was established by Senate Bill 08-060 in 2003. The program has awarded approximately $4 million dollars annually which has been used by the programs partners to reduce auto theft in Colorado by 56 percent. This 56 percent decrease in auto theft has translated into a savings of $77 million dollars to the citizens of Colorado. The program has established a strong foundation in which to build the CATPA Strategic Plan. This plan has been developed to provide all the partners with a blueprint and common goals to take this program to the next level as a national leader in auto theft prevention., Description based on online resource; title from PDF cover (viewed January 2014)