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Freedom from Sexual Violence

Systems Advocacy

CCASA staff participate on range of statewide groups in order to ensure that sexual assault victims’ and advocates’ needs, as well as best practices for serving victims and preventing sexual violence, are considered in the development of policies and practices, including:

  • Colorado Human Trafficking Council, Colorado Department of Public Safety, Division of Criminal Justice, Office for Victims Programs
  • Colorado SANE/SAFE Project Advisory Committee, UCHealth’s Memorial Hospital
  • Colorado Sex Offender Management Board, Colorado Department of Public Safety, Division of Criminal Justice, Office for Victims Programs
  • Comprehensive Human Sexuality Education Oversight Committee, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Violence and Injury Prevention-Mental Health Promotion Branch
  • Crime Victim Services Funding Advisory Board, Colorado Department of Public Safety, Division of Criminal Justice, Office for Victims Programs
  • Domestic Violence Program Funding Advisory Committee, Colorado Department of Human Services, Office of Children, Youth & Families
  • Ending Violence Against Women Project Advisory Committee, Colorado District Attorneys’ Council
  • Sexual Violence Prevention Program Advisory Committee, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Violence and Injury Prevention-Mental Health Promotion Branch

CCASA staff also support and co-chair the Forensic Compliance Team (FCT), which is a statewide, multidisciplinary group that works to ensure victim-centered implementation of Colorado’s forensic compliance laws as well as address related sexual assault policy and practice issues. For more information about the FCT, contact Brie Franklin, Executive Director, at brie@ccasa.org or 303-839-0029.