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For assistance contact the Court Services Unit at: CPR@judicial.state.co.us

Vision Statement

Make a difference by promoting standard, efficient court procedures through effective
and accurate communication of reliable information, resources, support, and training; thus
improving the integrity of the court record, access to the courts and encouraging a positive
team environment for all levels of the Department.

Guiding Principles

 
C onsistently promote data integrity
O pen communication
U nity within the Department
R espect differences
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raining and providing solutions

 
S upport and share standardized procedures
E ncourage a positive and professional environment
R eliable resource for current information
V alue teamwork and lead by example
I nformation with integrity and innovation
C ustomer service
E xpand knowledge
S ense of humor


The Court Services Unit is charged with supporting the on-going business needs of District Administrators, Clerks' Offices and Divisions. This Unit works with an Advisory Committee comprised of District Administrators, Clerks of Court, and Supervisors to develop priorities and goals for tasks and projects and acts as the central support staff for the 22 Judicial Districts in Colorado.

Also included in the Court Services Unit are the Court Education Specialists (Regional Trainers). These individuals are located in eight different regions of the state providing court business and technical training to judicial branch staff.

The Court Services Unit’s primary functions are to:

  • create best business practice monographs to maximize court efficiencies and better serve the public;
  • create, monitor and revise hundreds of Statewide forms and instructions used in conducting court business;
  • revise and update court user manuals;
  • ensure data integrity;
  • devise new and enhanced methods for access to the courts and court records;
  • answer questions and address issues related to court business;
  • facilitate communication throughout the Judicial Branch;
  • create and implement statewide business policy;
  • jury management;
  • monitor and revise statewide record retention schedules;
  • plan and conduct statewide conferences;
  • provide statewide court business and technical training, including a Court Academy; and
  • be a centralized source of support for the public and Judicial Department staff.
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