Colorado 

  1. Does your state have laws in place to protect children from DMST?
    • Human trafficking of a minor for sexual servitude (§ 18-3- 504(2)(a)) Class 2 felony, sentence: 8-24 years, fine: $5,000– $1,000,000
    • Patronizing a prostituted child (§ 18-7-406(1)) Class 3 felony, sentence: 4–12 years, fine: $3,000– $750,000
    • Sexual exploitation of a child; possessing child pornography (§ 18-6-403) Class 6 felony, sentence: 1–1½ years, fine: $1,000–$10,000
  2. Has your state signed on to be a Demand an End state?
    • No
  3. Does your state have a statewide task force against DMST?
    • No
  4. Has your state developed a statewide PSA?
    • No
  5. Does your state have Mandated Reporter training available for school systems, community, and civic organizations? 
  6. Does your state have statewide DMST-specific training for municipalities and local law enforcement?
    • No
  7. Does your state have DMST-specific training for medical professionals?
    • No
  8. Does your state have DMST-specific training for corporations?
    • No
  9. Does your state have a protocol to engage the faith-based community in your state to keep children safe?
    • No

If your state has not yet engaged in Demand an End, or you feel there are areas where the state needs to get more involved, click here to print out a formatted letter to share your concerns with the Attorney General's office.