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Colorado Attorney General

The Safe2Tell Colorado program is state-funded initiative of the Colorado Attorney General's Office, with Safe2Tell staff and offices housed within the Colorado Department of Law under the Office of Community Engagement section.  The Colorado Attorney General is the chief legal officer for the state of Colorado and the head of the Colorado Department of Law. Colorado Attorney General Cynthia H. Coffman serves as the State’s 38th Attorney General. Since she took office in January 2015, General Coffman has focused on community outreach, consumer protection, and protecting public safety and Colorado’s sovereignty. The Department of Law office sections include: Administration, Business & Licensing,  Civil Litigation and Employment Law, Consumer Protection, Criminal Justice, Natural Resources and Environmental, Office of Community Engagement, Revenue & Utilities, and State Services.





Safe2Tell Colorado calls, web and mobile app tips are answered twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week by analysts at the Colorado Information Analysis Center (CIAC). The mission of the CIAC is to serve as the focal point within the state for receiving, analyzing and sharing threat-related information among private sector, local, tribal, and federal partners.

Both the Colorado State Patrol and CIAC provide opportunities for two-way dialog with trained analysts, who document as much information as possible and distribute the information immediately to local responders.




Safe Communities Safe Schools

The Safe Communities Safe Schools (SCSS) Model was established by the University of Colorado Boulder’s Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, in partnership with the Colorado Attorney General's Office, following the Columbine High School tragedy in 1999. The Model integrates key recommendations from the 2001 Columbine Review Commission’s Report, the U.S. Surgeon General’s Report on Youth Violence, and both prevention and implementation science. The Safe Communities Safe Schools (SCSS) Model offers schools and communities a strategic planning process to improve safety and create better learning environments by choosing prevention programs, practices and policies tailored to the specific needs of their school. The SCSS Model also builds the necessary infrastructure and supportive environment to implement these programs successfully.
Center for Study and Prevention of Violence
The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) is housed within the University of Colorado Boulder’s Institute of Behavioral Science. Founded in 1992 with funding from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, CSPV provides assistance to groups committed to understanding and preventing violence and other problem behaviors and promoting positive
youth development.