Northglenn Police Department
James S. May Jr.
Chief of Police
Pursuant to Colorado Revised Statutes 16-13-901 through 16-13-905, this notice is to provide information concerning a Sexually Violent Predator (SVP), who resides in this community. Educational information regarding sexual offending will be provided. The goal of the information is to enhance public safety and protection.
The individual subject of the notification has been convicted of a sex offense that requires law enforcement registration. Further, they have been determined to present a high potential to re-offend and are therefore subject to community notification regarding their residence in this community.
VIGILANTISM, OR USE OF THIS INFORMATION TO HARASS, THREATEN, OR INTIMIDATE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE IS CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR AND WILL NOT BE TOLERATED: THE OFFENDER; THE OFFENDER’S SIGNIFICANT OTHERS; AND THE COMMUNITY NOTIFICATION TEAM.
Location of Residence
The Police Department has no legal authority to direct where a sex offender may live. Unless court restrictions exist, they are constitutionally free to live wherever they choose. Sex offenders have always lived in our communities, but they were not required to notify law enforcement of their residence until registration laws were implemented pursuant to the Jacob Wetterling Act in 1994. Law enforcement may now share that information with members of their communities, and in the case of Sexually Violent Predators, law enforcement must actively notify citizens.
It is strongly encouraged that the appropriate SVP information and public safety information presented be reviewed with children.
The Sexually Violent Predator Community Notification Bulletin contains basic identification and other pertinent information.
If you are unable to obtain the information via the web please contact the Police Department Sex Offender Registration Unit at 303.450.8881 or stop by the Police Department located at 11701 Community Center Drive for a printed version of the material.