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Colorado Reporting Options

— Three Options

Colorado Reporting Options

In Colorado, survivors of adult sexual assault have three reporting options. Please note that these reporting options do not apply for minors (C.R.S. 19-3-304) and at-risk elders (C.R.S. 18-6.5-108), due to other mandatory reporting obligations. For individuals who do not fall under these two statutes, the three distinct reporting options survivors have at the time of receiving medical care are detailed below.

Law Enforcement Report

When a victim chooses to obtain a medical forensic exam and chooses to participate in the criminal justice system at that time.

Medical
Report

A victim chooses to obtain a medical forensic exam but at that time chooses to not participate in the criminal justice system. Evidence and information to law enforcement is released with victim identifying information. A medical reporting victim can choose to have evidence tested.

Anonymous
Report

A victim chooses to obtain a medical forensic exam but at that time chooses to not participate in the criminal justice system. Evidence and information to law enforcement is released without victim identifying information. An anonymous reporting victim is consenting to evidence storage only.

— Find Resources —

YouHaveTheRightCO.org

For more information about reporting options and resources, visit YouHaveTheRightCo.org

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