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Foster School Safety

Foster School SafetyIn 1999, following the Columbine shooting, the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) at the University of Colorado Boulder (CU-Boulder) began partnering with the Office of the Attorney General to develop the Safe Communities-Safe Schools (SCSS) Model.  The SCSS Model was informed by the expertise of nationally renowned experts, including the founding director of the CSPV, Dr. Delbert Elliott, the director of the National School Safety Center, Ron Stephens, and James Comer, M.D., who developed the Comer School Development Program. 

Prevention science research consistently indicates that the risk and protective factors that predict youth violence are multi-contextual, occurring within the individual, family, peer group, school, and community contexts. The SCSS Model offers schools a strategic process to improve school safety and school climate, integrating key recommendations from the 2001 Columbine Review Commission’s Report with evidence-based violence prevention programs and strategies, including Safe2Tell Colorado, the model prevention initiative of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office.


Promote Positive Youth Development

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Colorado Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs

Boys & Girls Clubs across Colorado deliver comprehensive positive youth development programs that produce outcomes in the areas of healthy lifestyles, character development, and academic success.

The Colorado Department of Law provides financial support for implementing programs such as SMART Moves, Project Learn, Power Hour, Keystone Club, NetzSmart, Passport to Manhood, and Healthy Habits.

The Colorado Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs is an active partner of CO9to25.

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Rise Above Colorado

Rise Above Colorado is a statewide organization dedicated to empowering teens to live a life free of drug abuse through positive, smart, and healthy choices.

Utilizing best practices for public awareness and community outreach, Rise Above Colorado shapes teens’ attitudes and perceptions about drugs through proactive education programs, with the goal of reducing drug usage patterns.

Rise Above Colorado is an active partner of the Colorado Substance Abuse Trend and Response Task Force and CO9to25.

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Colorado 9to25 (CO9to25) is a collective, action-oriented network of youth and adults working in partnership to align efforts to achieve positive outcomes for all youth in Colorado. It takes collaborative action to ensure that all young people ages 9-25 in Colorado are safe, healthy, educated, connected and contributing.

CO9to25 is changing the systems, policies and practices that impact young people by aligning collective interests and resources to address a more specific set of indicators of youth well-being.

Read and share the Colorado Youth Bill of Rights and the CO9to25 Standards Youth Engagement to help promote and implement positive youth development.

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Protect Consumers

The Consumer Protection Section of the Colorado Attorney General's Office developed  to support our mission of protecting consumers and businesses from the unscrupulous behavior of fraudsters operating throughout our state. Learn more.

Financial Literacy

The Office of Community Engagement is exploring opportunities to support financial literacy programs in Colorado. Of particular interest is financial literacy education for youth, as well as for youth and adults living in rural and frontier parts of the state. Contact if you have an interest in discussing a possible partnership to advance financial literacy education in Colorado.


AARP ElderWatch is a joint project of the Colorado Attorney General’s Office and the AARP Foundation.

AARP ElderWatch is a statewide network connecting law enforcement agencies, adult protective services and other interested groups. Information about scams, and training and educational materials are disseminated throughout Colorado.

AARP ElderWatch also collects data on incidents of financial exploitation, providing information on the scope of this problem. This data allows training and educational materials to be targeted to specific scams or to specific seniors. This data also allows law enforcement resources to be focused on the most egregious problems.

AARP ElderWatch is designed to operate as a clearinghouse for complaints, educational information, and training materials dealing with the financial exploitation of elderly Coloradans. If you are a senior (or are helping a senior) and you believe that you may have been a victim of a fraud or a scam, you should contact AARP ElderWatch at:

AARP ElderWatch
Phone: 1-800-222-4444
Phone (Metro Denver): 303-222-4444


Substance Abuse Trend and Response Task Force

Given the complexity of responding effectively to substance abuse issues, the Colorado General Assembly acknowledged the need for involving a diverse partnership of state government, local governments, and the private sectors, including legislators, child advocates, public health officials, drug treatment providers, child welfare workers, law enforcement officers, judges, and prosecutors.

To this end, the Colorado General Assembly established the Colorado Substance Abuse Trend and Response Task Force in 2013 as a continuation of the work of the State Methamphetamine Task Force.

The membership of the Colorado Substance Abuse Trend and Response Task Force consists of a chair, three vice-chairs and twenty-eight members.

The Colorado Attorney General serves of the chair of the Task Force.

Generous financial support from the El Pomar Foundation continues to be instrumental in moving forward the work of the Substance Abuse Trend and Response Task Force.

In-kind support from the Colorado Alliance for Drug Endangered Children, the National Alliance for Drug Endangered Children, and Rise Above Colorado is of value to the Task Force in assisting communities. 


The upcoming meetings of the Task Force are:

  • Friday, February 2, 2018, 10:00am – 1:00pm, Colorado Municipal League, 1144 Sherman St.
  • Friday, May 4, 2018, 10:00am – 1:00pm, Colorado Municipal League, 1144 Sherman St.
  • Friday, August 3, 2018, 10:00am – 1:00pm, Colorado Municipal League, 1144 Sherman St.
  • Friday, November 2, 2018, 10:00am – 1:00pm, Colorado Municipal League, 1144 Sherman St.

Office of Community Engagement

The Office of Community Engagement is dedicated to fostering partnerships across the state to:
  • Inform the public about the work of the Colorado Department of Law and how the Rule of Law impacts their daily lives.
  • Engage community members and professionals in dialogue about solutions to challenging social issues within the purview of the Department.
  • Inspire individual and collective action to avoid becoming victims of fraud, crime, and abuse.

The Office of Community Engagement works with partners on the following areas of focus:

Debt Management: General Information

The Colorado Uniform Debt Management Services Act and the Colorado Credit Services Organization Act were relocated from Title 12 of the Colorado Revised Statutes to Title 5, effective August 9, 2017.  
Please see the right sidebar for the revised Acts as well as Title 12 to Title 5 Cross-References.

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Debt Management: Consumers

Important Information for Consumers

File a Complaint

We will review your complaint to determine if our office has the statutory authority to proceed. If we have jurisdiction, we may send a copy of your complaint to the company for its response. You will receive a copy of the company's response unless it is kept for additional investigation.
If we do not have jurisdiction over the matter, we will refer your complaint to the proper authority. We will notify you if we are unable to assist you.
We are prohibited by law from giving legal advice. To preserve any legal rights you may have, you may wish to consult a private attorney about your legal options under the law.
You may wish to review the list of Colorado and national Referral Agencies that may be of assistance.
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