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Pursuant to Colorado Revised Statute, 16-22-112, law enforcement agencies are
authorized to release information about sex offenders living within the agency’s
jurisdiction to residents of the jurisdiction. Sex offender registry information
is made available to citizens so that they may better protect themselves and
their children from these known sex offenders.
Because of the limitations that this advisement outlines, citizens are
discouraged to disseminate this information any further. Other citizens
requesting registry information should be referred to the Mesa County Sheriff’s
Office. Offenders’ addresses are reported at the time of registration and are
updated when new information becomes available. The registry information
released to you today changes frequently resulting in constant list updates.
Due to the mature content of registry information, it is not advisable to
disseminate registry information to young children. It is strongly recommended
that a parent or guardian discuss the information with children and educate
children regarding personal safety strategies.
The Colorado sex offender registry includes only those persons who have been
required by law to register and who are in compliance with the sex offender
registration laws. Persons should not rely solely on the sex offender registry
as a safeguard against perpetrators of sexual assault in their communities. The
crime for which a person is convicted may not accurately reflect the level of
risk. Some sex offenders live in the community under criminal justice
supervision (probation or parole), and supervising officers, in cooperation with
other professionals, monitor their residence, activities and compliance with
court conditions. Some sex offenders are under no supervision, as they have
already served their sentences but are still required to register with law
The use of this sex offender registry information to harass, threaten, or
intimidate any registered sex offender, his/her significant others, or any
member of their community supervision team is a criminal offense and may result
in criminal prosecution.
The use of this information for direct solicitation of business for pecuniary
gain is a criminal violation under Colorado Revised Statute 24-72-305.5. The
Sheriff’s Office will follow up on unlawful use of this information.
The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is available to provide useful information
regarding sexual assault and personal safety, and to make referrals to other
local resources to help those who have been impacted by sexual assault. If you
have information regarding current criminal activity of these or any other
offenders, please call 911 or (970) 242-6707.
By law the most complete and up-to-date registry can be obtained in person at
the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office, Grand Junction Police Department, Fruita
Police Department or Palisade Police Department. A web-based resource for this
information for all jurisdictions in Mesa County is located on-line at
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