Peace Officer Credibility Disclosure from the District Attorney's Office
The District Attorney’s Office has established a policy to ensure uniform and consistent standards requiring law enforcement agencies to disclose specific information to district attorneys that may impact the credibility of a peace officer in a criminal prosecution.
Peace Officer Credibility Disclosure Notification Policy
To read the 21st Judicial District Attorney’s Office Peace Officer Disclosure Notification Policy see below:
Police Officer Credibility Disclosure Database
The Colorado Department of Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST) maintains a database that contains information on actions by peace officers which may affect their credibility.
For Public access to credibility disclosures for a peace officer, visit the Colorado Peace Officers Standards & Training Peace Officer Database website.