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1. Can I have a copy of the Registered Sex Offender List?
2. How would I know if my child has been sexually victimized?
3. If a sex offender is so dangerous, why is (s)he allowed out in the community?
4. Isn’t it just a matter of time before the SVP commits another crime?
5. Now that I know a sex offender lives in my community, what should I do differently to protect my family and myself?
6. What crimes designate someone as a sex offender?
7. What are the characteristics of a sex offender?
8. What are the laws in Colorado for sex offenders?
9. What do I tell my children about this SVP?
10. What is a sexually violent predator?
11. Who do I contact if I know a sex offender is out of compliance?
12. Why aren’t communities notified when other types of sex offenders are released?