Do you have questions about the mandatory reporting rules that protect Colorado’s at-risk adults? Learn how to identify mistreatment, abuse, neglect, and exploitation (MANE); how to report MANE incidents; and who to report these incidents to. 

The Mandatory Reporting training addresses statutory changes from 2016 that added adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to the definition of at-risk adults, which also includes any adult aged 70 or older. Each training includes a 2.5 hour presentation that includes a Q&A session with presenters. 

If you are considered a mandatory reporter in Colorado, this training is for you!

Upcoming Training Dates

Friday, July 13, 9 AM - 12 PM
This form stopped accepting submissions on July 10, 2018 12:00 am MDT.

Training Agenda

  • The Arc - Jefferson, Clear Creek & Gilpin Counties: Brief Overview Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (I/DD) & People First Language.
  • Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office: Mandatory Reporting Defined under law. Learn who is a considered a mandatory reporter, who is defined as an At-Risk Adult, and what to expect from an investigation.
  • Lakewood Police Department and Ralston House: Learn who to call and what information law enforcement need from a reporter. Understand how investigations may be accommodated for victims through Ralston House.
  • Jefferson County Adult Protection Services: When to report to APS instead of law enforcement, how APS can help a victim or at-risk adult, and what to expect from an APS investigation.
  • Developmental Disabilities Resource Center (DDRC): Overview of Community Center Boards (CCB’s) and Program Approved Service Agencies (PASA’s); understand their roles & requirements in both criminal and internal investigations.
  • Jefferson Center for Mental Health (JCMH): Learn how to identify when someone is in need of support and how to connect them to available crisis services.
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