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receive a more complete list of sex offenders you will need to complete the appropriate form and attach appropriate fees.
To obtain sex offender registry information for El Paso county, visit the El Paso County Sheriff's website at http://shr.elpasoco.com/Offender+Watch.htm The website includes only those persons who have been required by law to register and who are in compliance with the sex offender registration laws.
A person may also request a list from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) maintains the registry and is the official custodian of high-risk registered sex offenders. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has established a website pursuant to 16-22-111, Colorado Revised Statutes (C.R.S.). For more information visit CBI's sex offender website at http://www.sor.state.co.us/
The University provides support for victims of crime. Therefore, do not hesitate to report a crime including incidents of sexual assault and ethnic, racial, or sexual harassment. As a crime victim, you can obtain assistance on the campus as well as within Colorado Springs community. See the Campus and Community Resource Directory in the back of this booklet for other organizations that provide services to victims of crime.
The University Counseling Center (UCC) offers a variety of services and interventions to students who are currently enrolled at UCCS. Students are charged very affordable fees for counseling services. As a way to address developmental needs, provide preventive information and enhance the quality of campus life, UCC conducts workshops on topics such as acquaintance rape, healthy relationships, study skills and stress management. Please refer to the following website for further information: www.uccs.edu/counsel.
University "professional counselors", when acting as such, are not considered to be a campus security authority and are not required to report crimes for inclusion into the annual disclosure of crime statistics. Students who have been victims of crime and who address those issues in therapy at the University Counseling Center are made aware of their reporting options and are encouraged to report the crime as a part of therapy. However, it is made very clear to the student that the final decision to report or not report is left up to the student. A summary of the student issues that the University Counseling Center works with each year is recorded in a counseling center annual report. This data is summarized by diagnoses and no names are attached to the data. The counseling center report does not distinguish events that occurred in the past year from events that occurred at any time in the student's past, and it does not distinguish reported events from non-reported events.