How Can We Help You?
- For Approved Providers & Applicants
- For Individuals Convicted of or Adjudicated for Sexual Offenses
- For Supervision Officers, Case Managers & Law Enforcement
- For Victim Representatives
Important News from the SOMB
- Updates & Announcements
- Treatment DischargeOutcomesPolicy Brief #2 - 9.2023
- Understanding Sex Offender Treatment and Supervision, A Resource Guide for Victims of Sexual Assault
- SOMB/DOC Treatment Solutions Subcommittee
- Polygraph Outcome Disclosure Policy Brief #1 - 2.2023
- Children with Problematic Sexual Behavior Resource Document
- SOMB Housing Barriers for Sex Offenders
- SOMB Data Management System Analysis Request (Question Suggested) Jotform
- Approved Revisions
- SOMB Quarterly Minute
- Job Announcements
- Research & Reports
- Annual Conference
- Get Involved
Overview of Sex Offender Management in Colorado
What Crimes Designate Someone as a Sex Offender?
16-11.7-102(2)(a) C.R.S. defines a sex offender as anyone who is convicted/adjudicated of the following:
- a sex offense
- any criminal offense if that person had been previously convicted of a sex offense in either Colorado or any other jurisdiction, or if the person has a history of sex offenses
- any criminal offense in Colorado with an underlying factual basis involving a sex offense
The term sex offender also includes a juvenile who has committed a sexual offense.
Sex offense is defined in 16-11.7-102(3)(a) C.R.S. and includes 25 different felony and misdemeanor sex offense crime types including sexual contact involving minors, use of force/coercion, familial sexual contact, positions of trust, exploitation/trafficking/child prostitution, and use of the internet for a sex crime (luring and child sexual abuse images), among others.