You can directly access this page by going to: and avoid potential monitoring by an outside source.The Sex Offender Registry Board promotes public safety by educating and informing the public to prevent further victimization.Other information on this web site is compiled from reports from law enforcement agencies and correctional facilities.
The website allows members of the public to identify sex offenders living, working, or attending an institution of higher learning in the Commonwealth.
The public can also obtain information on Level 2 and 3 offenders at their local police department, or by contacting us directly.
If you suspect there are additional criminal history convictions not listed on the website, you may purchase a more complete criminal history at No private or commercial enterprise is authorized to provide links to this site.
The CBI is not responsible for any banners or other materials provided by an outside enterprise.
Some Police Departments and Sheriff's Offices maintain websites containing information about sex offenders in their jurisdiction, consistent with Colorado Revised Statutes (CRS) 16-22-112.
Please select the Information tab for links to view specific Colorado Police and Sheriff sex offender websites.The CBI website lists only those offenses or convictions that require a sex offender to register (per Colorado Revised Statute).Sex offenders who are listed as a "Multiple Offender" may have additional criminal history listed on the Sex Offender website; however, the website may not contain a full criminal history for every offender.Citizens with information of a registered sex offender having an address that is different from what is listed in this site may contact the Sex Offender Registry Hotline at 888-837-4170.The registry, including the Public Notification Database, is based on the Virginia General Assembly's decision to facilitate access to publicly-available information about persons convicted of specified violent and sexual offenses.SVP's are considered the highest risk sex offenders. They are posted on this site when they are living in the community (or have lived in the community), either under criminal justice supervision or having completed their sentence.