Divisions & Units of the District Attorney’s Office
Has original jurisdiction over all felony cases in the 20th Judicial District.
- Sex Assault Division
A subset of the district court felony division, the sex assault division is devoted to the prosecution of sex crimes. The division is staffed by experienced Deputy District Attorneys, who have specialized knowledge and training in the prosecution of sex offenses and a Victim Advocate assigned solely to work with sex assault survivors. The Division’s goal is to appropriately hold perpetrators accountable for their crimes, while at the same time focusing on the needs of sex assault survivors and helping them through the criminal justice system.
Has original jurisdiction over all Colorado state misdemeanor and traffic cases.
Seeks timely and effective interventions and consequences to delinquent children, maintaining the child within his or her family, school and community if possible.
Investigates and pursues complaints on behalf of consumers, and also takes a lead role in prosecuting cases involving abuse or exploitation of vulnerable members of the community.
CRIME PREVENTION AND VICTIM ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
The Center for Prevention and Restorative Justice (CPRJ) in the Boulder County District Attorney’s Office delivers a high-quality diversion model emphasizing accountability and prevention and offering an alternative to formal prosecution for juveniles and adults. CPRJ uses early intervention, validated assessment, and individualized case planning to match services to needs in order to effectively decrease risk of recidivism, increase protective factors, and improve community safety. CPRJ’s in-house Restorative Justice program provides high-quality restorative services in conjunction with diversion supervision, supporting the person who committed the crime to understand the impact of their actions, take meaningful responsibility, and repair the harm to the extent possible.
Ensures that victims of crime are treated with fairness, respect, and dignity, by providing comprehensive assistance and services to them throughout the criminal justice process. They also administer the Victim Compensation and the Victim/Witness Assistance Program.
Determines and documents financial losses in all cases.
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County residents also have an opportunity to volunteer with the DA’s office.
Prepares information on cases for the Defense.