Any person who is convicted on or after July 1, 1991, in the state of Colorado or in any other state for a crime involving unlawful sexual behavior is required to register in the manner prescribed in Colorado Revised Statutes.
Each person who is required to register pursuant to Article 22 of Title 16, or C.R.S. 16-22-108, shall register within five (5) business days after becoming a temporary or permanent resident of any city, town or county, or city and county within the state of Colorado. Convicted felons must register the next business day after being released from prison by the Colorado Department of Corrections. Such person shall register during business hours with the local law enforcement agency in the place of such person's temporary or permanent residence by completing a registration form provided to such person by the local law enforcement agency. The person shall be required, at the time of registration, to sit for a current photograph or image of himself or herself, as well as provide a set of fingerprints to verify identity. The person shall bear the cost of the photograph or image and fingerprints, as well as a registration fee as determined by the local law enforcement agency.
Any person who is required to register as a sex offender shall be required to register or re-register each time he or she changes temporary or permanent residence, regardless of whether such person has moved to a new address within the jurisdiction of the law enforcement agency with which they previously registered, or upon moving into a new jurisdiction within the state or another state. Such person shall complete a written change of residency form, provided by the Weld County Sheriff's Office, within five (5) business days after moving into their new residence.
A person is also required to re-register, within five (5) days, if they legally change their name or employment, or are enrolled as a student, volunteer or employee of a post secondary educational institution.
When a person registers with the Weld County Sheriff's Office they will complete a registration form containing, but not limited to, the following information:
- Full name.
- Date of birth.
- Current address.
- Physical description.
- Family information.
- Vehicle information.
- Employment information.
- Conviction information.
The sex offender's file is maintained by the Weld County Sheriff's Office and is not available to the public.