Many people believe that once you have a criminal record you can never vote in Colorado. This is not true! CCJRC provides statewide voter education that focuses exclusively on people with criminal records.
CCJRC is a well-respected and effective voice at the state Capitol and ensures that people directly impacted participate in the design and debate around criminal justice policy and state budget priorities.
We’re often ignoring alternative strategies that do work to prevent crime. For example, research shows that higher levels of household income are associated with lower rates of intimate partner violence against women.