Peace Officer Credibility Disclosure Notification

Effective January 1, 2022

Consistent with the requirements under state law, our office has adopted and implemented a policy based on the model created by the Peace Officer Credibility Disclosure Notification Committee pursuant to Senate Bill 21-174.This policy seeks to establish uniform and consistent standards requiring law enforcement agencies to disclose specific information to the district attorney that may impact the credibility of a peace officer in a criminal prosecution, and to establish procedures for the district attorney to timely disclose such information to the defense under the Colorado Rules of Criminal Procedure and to increase transparency to allow members of the public to access information concerning peace officers who are subject to a credibility disclosure notification.

Link to our policy (PDF)- 18th Judicial District, District Attorney’s Office Peace Officer Credibility Disclosure Notification Policy – Effective January 1, 2022

The public can access Colorado credibility disclosures via the POST website at www.coloradopost.gov or directly at https://post.coag.gov/s/.