The Colorado General Assembly requires school districts in Colorado to provide information to parents and eligible students (students who are 18 years of age or older) identifying where and how members of the community may obtain information collected by law enforcement agencies related to registered sex offenders. In compliance with this statutory directive, APS is providing the addresses of the various law enforcement authorities operating within district boundaries. Interested parents, eligible students and community members may contact their local law enforcement agency to seek further information about registered sex offenders residing in these jurisdictions. We encourage you to call ahead as the information is available only at certain locations.
None of the law enforcement agencies listed will provide information regarding sex offenders over the telephone. Therefore, in order to access complete information, individuals must appear in person at the law enforcement agency located in the city within which they reside and present valid identification of their residency before the information can be accessed. Once valid residency has been established, the individual will be asked to complete a “Sex Offender Advisement Form” to request the desired information. There may be a fee associated with gaining access to the information and such fees may vary by the various law enforcement agencies. A partial list may be available on their Web site, but to obtain the complete list, you must appear in person.
The following is a list of law enforcement agencies serving residents for the Aurora School District:
- Adams County Sheriff’s Office
1901 E. Bridge Street
Brighton, CO 80022
- Aurora Police Department
15001 E. Alameda Pkwy.
Aurora, CO 80012
- Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Department
13101 E. Broncos Pkwy.
Centennial, CO 80112
- Sex Offender Registration Unit
Colorado Bureau of Investigation
690 Kipling Street, Suite 4000
Denver, CO 80215
Legal Ref: C.R.S. 22-1-124
Senate Bill 03-072
Senate Bill 03-072 requires that all Colorado school districts notify parents that they have the
right to access law enforcement agency information concerning registered sex offenders.
Additional information can be found at the Colorado Bureau of Investigation's web site at