How do I petition for removal from the registry? The use of the sex offender registry information to harass, endanger, intimidate, threaten or in any way seek retribution on an offender through illegal channels is prohibited. Victim information is not included on this website. Offenses requiring quarterly registration Those who must register on a quarterly basis include: Will my name be disclosed to the public? If you have any questions regarding this matter, contact your local police department or county sheriff's office. When you follow a link to one of these sites neither the State of Colorado, nor any agency, officer, or employee of the Colorado Bureau of Investigation warrants the accuracy, reliability, or timeliness of any information published by the external sites, nor endorses any content, viewpoints, products, or services linked from these systems, and cannot be held liable for any losses caused by use of or reliance on the accuracy, reliability or timeliness of the information. How long will I remain on the registry? The Colorado Bureau of Investigation expressly disclaim any and all liability for any loss or injury caused, in whole or in part, by its actions, omissions, or negligence in procuring, compiling or providing the information contained in this site, including without limitation, liability with respect to any use of this site, or the information contained herein. The information listed is what has been reported to CBI. The information that is available from governmental web sites is subject to these principles and policies. If you are listed on a sex offender website, in addition to identifying information and a photo, your entry may include: Additionally, if you work at, are enrolled in, or volunteer for an institution of higher education, you must re-register when they you begin your work or study and anytime you change your work status or location at the institution. The general assembly recognized the need to balance the expectations of persons convicted of offenses involving unlawful sexual behavior and the public's need to adequately protect themselves and their children from these persons.