SOMB Adult & Juvenile Training

SOMB Core Trainings


SOMB 100 - Introduction to Colorado Sex Offender Management Board

Provides basic Information on the Colorado SOMB, Legislation, and Overview of Characteristics and Statistics of the Offending Population. It also includes a brief overview of Registration, Sexually Violent Predator assessment, and Community Notification.

WHEN: August 31, 2023

WHERE: Adams County Human Services

11860 North Pecos Street, Westminster, CO 80234

TIME: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

FORMAT: In Person Only

COST: Free

CEU: 6 hours

AUDIENCE:  Open for all professionals, community members, and individuals interested in this population

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SOMB 101 - SOMB Standards Overview

Overview of the SOMB and legislative mandate, Introduction to the Adult and Juvenile Standards. Overview of Provider Data Management System. 

  • Intermediate level
  • Full Day
  • Open for Professional Members of CST/MDTs, Professionals involved in oversight of offending population

Pre-requisites: SOMB100

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SOMB 102 - Advanced Series: Standards and Policy Implementation

Advanced Training geared towards implementation of the Standards for members of the CST/MDT – Supervising Officers, Evaluators, Treatment Providers, Polygraph Examiners, and Victim Professionals.

  • Full Day/Multi-day training
  • Advanced Level
  • For Approved Providers & Professional members of the CST
  • As needed for other professionals

Pre-requisites: SOMB101 and Recorded Standards Introduction, or as directed by presenter/trainer

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SVP & Community Notification Training

SVP Community Notification for law enforcement (pre-recorded webinar)

Instructional Video on how to use the Sexually Violent Predator Assessment Screening Instrument (SVPASI)

Criteria Protocols and Procedures for Community Notification


Sex Offender Management - Various Courses Available by Request

FORMAT: In-person & Virtual presentation to groups of 20+

LENGTH: Varies depending on the course

COST: Free

AUDIENCE: Agencies that deal with sex offenders, community corrections, law enforcement, parents, school staff, or community members

REGISTER: Request a training by contacting Taylor Redding at Taylor.Redding@state.co.us. A group of 20+ is required to schedule a training.

DESCRIPTION: The Office of Sex Offender Management can provide the following training upon request from an agency:

  • Community Education
  • Informed Supervision
  • Multi-Disciplinary Teams (MDT)
  • Role of the Victim Advocate in a MDT/CST
  • Section 5.7- Contact With Children
  • "Sexting: Balancing the Law, Teens, Technology, and Bad Choices" (Training for professionals, parents, and/or youth)
  • Victim Clarification

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