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Interactive Dashboard Goes Live on the Office of the Liaison for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives Website

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Division of Criminal Justice (DCJ), within the Colorado Department of Public Safety, announce the launch of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives dashboard established by SB 22-150.

As detailed in SB 22-150, the dashboard includes: 

State Announces 2023 Human Trafficking Awareness Month

(Jan. 4, 2023) - January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. The State of Colorado is launching its 2023 campaign to raise awareness via street teams, outreach in unexpected places, and a critical message: Anyone can be a victim. 

Human trafficking can be difficult to recognize. The public may not realize that people don’t always recognize that what they’re experiencing is human trafficking. The 2023 campaign puts into words that gut feeling that something isn’t right. It helps people identify human trafficking for what it is: a crime. 

During School Safety Month Governor Polis Addresses Safe School Summit

(Oct. 20, 2022) - Today, Governor Polis joined the Colorado School Safety Resource Center within the Colorado Department of Public Safety at the annual Safe School Summit to discuss strategies to make schools safer. The summit brings together important voices such as community leaders, school officials, parents, law enforcement and mental health professionals to learn and develop innovative strategies for school safety.

Colorado Division of Criminal Justice Releases Report on Student Contacts with Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice System

(Sept. 19, 2022) The  Division of Criminal Justice (DCJ) within the Colorado Department of Public Safety has released the latest report analyzing incidents at Colorado schools that resulted in a student’s arrest, summons or ticket during the 2020-2021 school year. 

Continuing to Improve Public Safety & Make Colorado Communities Safer, Gov. Polis Sends Letter to Colorado Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice

(Sept. 15, 2022) Today, Governor Polis sent a letter to the Colorado Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice urging sentencing reforms to promote public safety, reduce crime, and make Colorado communities safer as a part of the Polis Administration’s ongoing work to make Colorado one of the ten safest states in the nation over the next five years. 



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