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Parental Responsibility Evaluators

Update on HB21-1228

 

Application to the PRE Statewide Roster:

An Affidavit, background check, and proof of required training pursuant to HB21-1228 will be required for any PRE requesting to be on the Statewide PRE Roster. The Affidavit and background check information will be posted to this site on November 1, 2021. The SCAO will begin accepting proof of required training pursuant to HB21-1228 on November 1, 2021 as well. A specific email address will be posted on this site for submission of your  Affidavit, background check and training certificates. Please include your Affidavit and all training certificates/training information in one email submission. Please include the title of the class, class provider, date, and credit hours with your email submission and attach training certificates as a PDF file. Please number the classes in the body of your email and label the attached certificate to correlate. 

Please do not email certificates or class descriptions to Jaime.Watman@judicial.state.co.us

 

The Chief Justice charged the HB 21-1228 Task Force on July 7, 2021.  The Task Force is charged with making recommendations to implement HB 21-1228.  The draft CJD for the oversight of Parental Responsibility Evaluators and an update to Standard 6 of CJD 04-08 (Child and Family Investigator) are provided in links at the bottom of this page. A public survey was open from September 10th to the 20th for feedback on the proposed draft.  Click here for the survey results.

HB 21-1228 Requirements and Links to Files

1) Establish a CJD and statewide eligibility roster for Parental Responsibility Evaluators as of January 1, 2022; 2) Individuals seeking placement on the Statewide Parental Responsibility Evaluator and Child and Family Investigator Eligibility Roster shall complete the mandatory training provided by recognized sources with expertise in domestic violence and the traumatic effects of domestic violence. Training requirements are 6 initial hours of training on domestic violence, including coercive control, and its traumatic effect on children, adults and families; 6 initial hours of training on child abuse and child sexual abuse and its traumatic effects; and 4 subsequent hours of training every two years on domestic violence, including coercive control, and child abuse, and child sexual abuse, and the traumatic effects on children, adults, and families.

Draft CJD for the oversight of Parental Responsibility Evaluators

Update to Standard 6 of CJD 04-08 (Child and Family Investigator)

HB 21-1228

HB 21-1228 Task Force Charging Document

Letter to CFIs and PREs from the SCAO - click here to download PDF

 

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