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Opinion: Colorado lawmakers could have reformed how we deal with sex offenders. Instead they kicked the can down the road.

Yes, those who have been convicted of sex offenses need to face criminal penalties. However, if they are to have a chance at rehabilitation, then treatment plans must be determined by mental-health experts.

Opinion Columns

Opinion: Colorado lawmakers must preserve community protection from sex offenders

What is being proposed by some in our state legislature is an affront to survivors of sexual assault and a threat to our communities.

Opinion Columns

Scathing audit criticizes Colorado board on treating sex offenders

The audit said members of the Sex Offender Management Board voted on policy revisions that benefited their firms, did not reference supporting evidence when setting standards as required and did not adequately investigate complaints against treatment providers

Crime and Courts

What’d I Miss?: Good ideas, unintended consequences

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