Enhancing public safety and justice through evidence-based recidivism reduction
FINAL REGULAR "CCJJ" MEETING
Friday, June 9, 2023; 1:30-4pm
CCJJ Agenda (6/9): (To be posted)
Subsequent to this final regular meeting, the Commission will complete any ongoing work by June 30, 2023.
See Meetings for the latest CCJJ and committee meeting details. No further meetings after June 9 are planned (see Sunset Review below). See the CCJJ Calendar.
- CCJJ FY 2021 Annual Report
- Addressing Trauma and Victimization in Women's Prisons (2020)
- Exploring the Increase in CO District Court Filing (2013-2018)
- Prosecutors, Reentry and Public Safety (2019)
- Are Metal Detectors Effective at Making Schools Safer? (2019)
- Report: Transforming the U.S. Justice System (2019) (Factsheet)
- 21 Principles for the 21st Century Prosecutor (2018)
- Five Things about Deterrence (2016)
- Reducing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Jails (2015)
- Prosecutor's Guide for Advancing Racial Equity (2014)
- Fact Sheet: Legal Coercion, Drug Treatment and Recidivism (2012)
- Drug Policy Fact Sheet (2011)
- Treatment Funding White Paper (2010)
- What Works: Effective Recidivism Reduction...(2008)
CO Department of Public Safety
700 Kipling Street #1000
Denver CO 80215 USA
Division of Criminal Justice
Office of Research & Statistics
- The Colorado Office of Policy, Research and Regulatory Reform (COPRRR) conducted a sunset review of the CCJJ as described in § 2-3-1203, Colorado Revised Statutes. This analysis was performed to determine whether the CCJJ is necessary and should be continued or repealed. This sunset review was completed October 14, 2022 for which a Review and Fact Sheet are available at the COPRRR Archive of Reviews: coprrr.colorado.gov/archive-of-reviews.
- The Senate Judiciary Committee conducted a hearing on the sunset review of the Colorado Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice (CCJJ) on January 30, 2023.
- Senate Bill 2023-158 (Concerning the continuation of the Colorado Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice) was introduced on February 15, 2023 and was under consideration through May 7, 2023.
- On May 7, 2023, the House Judiciary Committee postponed indefinitely Senate Bill 2023-158. The Commission has suspended the work of most committees effective immediately and will conclude all work by June 30, 2023.