CRIME IN COLORADO - 1999    

INTRODUCTION

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

MESSAGE FROM CBI DIRECTOR

MEMORIAM

STATUTE

DEFINITIONS

HOMICIDE
RAPE
ROBBERY
BURGLARY
MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT

LIST BY AGENCY

HATE CRIMES

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

MAJOR OFFENSES

PRIMARY ARRESTS

STATEWIDE ARRESTS

ARSON REPORT

OFFICERS ASSAULTED

Colorado Revised Statute 24-33.5 - 412.5

To assist the bureau in its operation of the uniform crime reporting program, every law enforcement agency in this state shall furnish such information to the bureau concerning crimes, arrest, and stolen and recovered property as is necessary for uniform compilation of statewide reported crime, arrest, and recovered property statistics.  In cases involving child abuse or sexual assault on a child and in all other cases involving murder, sexual assault, or robbery, the law enforcement agency shall furnish information to the bureau concerning the modus operandi of such crimes in order to facilitate the identification of cross-jurisdictional offenders.  Information required to be submitted pursuant to this section shall be submitted in a form specified by the bureau; except that the bureau shall adopt a form and reporting standards consistent with the development of the strategic plan for an integrated criminal justice information system, in accordance with article 20.5 of title 16, C.R.S., that shall be consistent with applicable federal and state laws and regulations such as the national criminal justice information system standards.  The cost to the law enforcement agency of furnishing such information shall be reimbursed out of appropriations made therefore by the general assembly; except that the general assembly shall make no such reimbursement if said cost was incurred in a fiscal year during which the Colorado Crime Information Center was funded exclusively by state or federal funds.