The Colorado Judicial Department is dedicated to the principles and goals of fairness, equality, courtesy, and respect for all individuals. The Colorado Judicial Department is committed to equal employment opportunity for all people in all aspects of employment, including, but not limited to job offers, hiring decisions, promotions, transfers, resignations, terminations and discharges.
The Colorado Judicial Department will ensure that judicial officers, management, supervisory, and all other personnel comply with the letter and spirit of all federal, state, and local legislation, government regulations, and executive orders covering equal employment opportunity. They will base all employment decision on merit, without regard to race, national origin, gender, age, color, sexual orientation, religion, socioeconomic status or disability.
The Colorado Judicial Department values the individual diversity of all employees, applicants, volunteers, citizens, vendors and court users. Differences in age, race, ethnic heritage, religion, appearance, sexual orientation or any number of other distinguishing factors provide experiences, viewpoints, and ideas that can strengthen and enrich our work environment. Our goal is to create an environment that is inclusive, respectful, and equitable, and to employ the talents of people with different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives to accomplish the various missions of the Colorado Judicial Department. The public’s trust and confidence in our ability to accomplish our missions will be strengthened through increased diversity and inclusiveness.
The EEO/Diversity Plan and EEOP Short Form for the Colorado Judicial Department is on file at the Office of the State Court Administrator, and available for review upon request. It is also available for viewing at:
Duties and Responsibilities
Communication of the Judicial Department Equal Employment Program
The Judicial Department’s EEO/Diversity Plan shall be well publicized internally to all employees and externally to the public.