Crime Prevention through Safer Streets Advisory Committee is seeking applications

The Crime Prevention through Safer Streets Advisory Committee is seeking applications for the following representatives:

  • Law Enforcement (2 positions)
  • Law Enforcement Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion (EDI) Expert
  • Local Official representing an urban area 
  • Local Official representing a rural area
  • Crime Prevention Expert
  • Community Organization (3 positions)
  • Urban or Transportation Planning Expert
  • Architect with experience in crime prevention through environmental design

All interested parties for the open positions should complete an application.  For assistance with this application, please reach out to Kelly Abbott.

2022 Legislation

Learn more about the new grant programs and legislation on the Crime Prevention Grant Programs webpage.

  • SB22-001 Crime Prevention through Safer Streets Grant Program  Intent to Apply Now Open - Due August 8, 2022
  • SB22-196 Health Needs of Persons in Criminal Justice System
  • HB22-1003 Youth Delinquency Prevention and Intervention Grants
  • HB22-1326 Fentanyl Accountability and Prevention
  • SB22-183 Crime Victim Services
  • SB22-145 Resources to Increase Community Safety (multiple grant programs)
  • SB22-057 Violent Crime Victim Brain Injury Screening Program
  • SB22-150 Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives
  • HB22-1368 Concerning Opportunities for Persons to Access Community Corrections Programs
  • HB22-1274 Sunset CO Interagency Working Group on School Safety
  • HB22-1210 Sunset Domestic Violence Management Board
  • HB22-1208 Jail Data Collection Clean-up

What's New

August 4, 2022
(Aug. 2, 2022) This year, Governor Jared Polis signed a comprehensive public safety plan into law. Key components of the Governor’s public safety plan include the creation of new public safety grant programs that will make more than $70 million available to Colorado communities over upcoming years.
February 16, 2022
(February 16, 2022) - Colorado’s Constitution and statutes clearly define certain rights for victims of crimes. The Victim Rights Act (VRA), in particular, ensures that crime victims are treated with fairness, respect, dignity and that they are free from intimidation, harassment, and abuse.
January 11, 2022
(January 11, 2022) - January is National Slavery & Human Trafficking Prevention Month and the Colorado Human Trafficking Council is working with partners across the state to increase visibility about this hidden crime.

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