The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is making it easier to search for sex offenders in Colorado.
The Greeley City Council recently voted to reduce restrictions and allow sex offenders to live closer to schools, parks and recreation centers.
The Greeley City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to replace their current restrictions on where registered sex offenders can live in favor of new rules that reduce buffer zones.
Police searching for the man who pulled an 8-year-old girl from her bedroom window are interviewing sex offenders as part of their investigation, and CBS4 has determined there are plenty to talk to.
A total of 268 registered sex offenders live in Douglas County, and law officials want to talk to everyone of them face to face.
The city of Englewood is fighting to keep one of the toughest sex offender ordinances in the state, and what happens there could impact other Front Range towns.
Some sex offenders in Colorado can now live closer to schools, parks, and playgrounds after a judge lifted residency restrictions that were in place in Englewood’s city limits.
A new Colorado law requires sex offenders to register with local authorities even if they don’t have a fixed residence.
A new tool could help law enforcement agencies across Colorado keep track of registered sex offenders.
Several law enforcement agencies across Colorado are carrying out one of the biggest sex offender busts in state history.