The Sex Offenders Registry document can be viewed for free. The Police department charges a $5 administrative fee for copies of the list. A brief form must be completed prior to obtaining the list at the department's Records and Information Services Unit, located at 1805 33rd St.
Sex Offender Information
State law limits which sex offenders police departments are allowed to post online. Some sex offenders who have been convicted of some types of misdemeanors cannot be included on Web-based lists.
The Colorado sex offender registry, available online and from the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, includes only those persons convicted of certain acts of unlawful sexual behavior since July 1, 1991, and who are in compliance with sex offender registration laws. Persons should not rely solely on the sex offender registry as a safeguard against perpetrators of sexual assault in their communities. The crime for which a person is convicted may not accurately reflect the level of risk.
Sex offenders have a right under Colorado law to live in any community they wish, with or without a fixed residence, as long as they register accordingly. If someone lacks a fixed residence they must provide a specific location that can be verified. The police department and City government have no authority to control these circumstances, except for alerting the public, maintaining registrations and checking to verify they indeed live where they indicate.
Vigilantism, or the use of this information to harass, threaten, or intimidate the subject of this notification is criminal behavior and will not be tolerated.
Sexually Violent Predators in the City of Boulder
- Sexually Violent Predator Rodney Job
Boulder Police Alert Community to Sexually Violent Predator Address Change
BOULDER, Colo. – The Boulder Police Department is releasing information pursuant to the Colorado Revised Statutes, which requires law enforcement agencies to inform the public when a sex offender moves into the community if the person has been deemed a sexually violent predator.
Rodney David Jobe, age 55, (pictured here) has been convicted of a sex offense that requires law enforcement registration. Furthermore, he has been determined to present a high potential to re-offend and is subject to community notification regarding his residence in this community.
Jobe previously registered with the Boulder Police Department as a Sexually Violent Predator in 2016, and community notification was released at that time. He later moved out of state but has now returned. He notified police that he has secured a bed at the Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, located at 4869 N. Broadway.
He is 6’ 1”, weighs 220 pounds with brown hair and green eyes. The crime is Sexual Contact – no Consent (class 1 misdemeanor) and the victim was a 13-year-old female. He does not currently drive a vehicle and is self-employed as a handyman. He is not on probation or parole.
Community members needing more information may contact the Boulder Police Department at 303-441-4332.
The purpose of this notification is to enhance public safety and protection. Vigilantism, or use of this information to harass, threaten, or intimidate any of the following people is criminal behavior and will not be tolerated: the offender, the offender's significant others and the community notification team.Image
Sexually violent predators (SVPs) pose a higher risk to re-offend the first year after being released from the Department of Corrections.
Criteria to be Labelled a Sexually Violent Predator
The SVP must be 18 years or older on the date the offense was committed OR less than 18 years old on the date the offense was committed, but tried as an adult.
The crime must have been committed on or after July 1, 1997. The crimes must be one or more of the following including attempts, solicitations and conspiracies: sexual assault unlawful sexual contact (felony) sexual assault on a child sexual assault on a child/position of trust, AND the conviction of such crime must have occurred on or after July 1, 1999. Conviction includes: Guilty guilty plea nolo contendere and deferred judgment and sentence.
The relationship to the victim must have been either: stranger to the offender, OR a person with whom the offender established or promoted a relationship primarily for the purpose of sexual victimization.
- Risk Assessment Instrument
Positive results, or the "passing of a risk assessment instrument," which includes an assessment for the presence of: mental abnormality; level of denial regarding the offense; treatment appropriateness and motivation; presence of sexual deviant interests. Assessment is administered by probation/parole staff AND a qualified treatment evaluator, approved by the sex offender management board. Sex offenders who have been convicted in other states and have been assessed at the highest risk level for that state, will be designated a SVP if they relocate to Colorado.
Schedule a Registration
By appointment only
- Registration days will be by appointment only: on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays
- Registration hours will be by appointment only: 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
- To schedule a registration date/time, please call: 303-441-4332