C.R.S. Section 24-33.5-1201
Division of fire prevention and control

  • creation
  • public school construction and inspection section
  • health facility construction and inspection section
  • legislative declaration

(1)

Intentionally left blank —Ed.

(a)

There is hereby created within the department the division of fire prevention and control. The head of the division is the director of the division of fire prevention and control. The executive director shall appoint the director pursuant to section 13 of article XII of the state constitution. Only those persons meeting the qualifications described in paragraph (b) of this subsection (1) are eligible for appointment.

(b)

Pursuant to this part 12, the director is responsible for the delivery, management, and administration of fire protection and life safety-related codes and standards, fire investigations, fire safety education for the public, and fire prevention services for the state. In order to be eligible for appointment as director, a person must be qualified in both structural and wildland fire suppression, mitigation, and prevention, have at least ten years of experience in an organized career fire department, and meet, or will meet within one year of hire, the job performance requirements specified in the national fire protection association’s standard 1037 as the professional qualifications for fire marshal.

(c)

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(I)

Whenever the division of fire safety is referred to or designated by any contract or other document, the reference or designation applies to the division of fire prevention and control.

(II)

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(A)

Whenever any law refers to the division of fire safety, that law shall be construed as referring to the division of fire prevention and control.

(B)

The revisor of statutes is authorized to change all references in the Colorado Revised Statutes to the division of fire safety from such reference to the division of fire prevention and control. In connection with such authority, the revisor of statutes is hereby authorized to amend or delete provisions of the Colorado Revised Statutes so as to make the statutes consistent with the powers, duties, and functions transferred pursuant to this article.

(2)

The division, the office of the director, the advisory board created in section 24-33.5-1204, and the board of appeals created in section 24-33.5-1213.7 are
type 2
entities, as defined in section 24-1-105, and exercise their powers and perform their duties and functions under the department of public safety and the executive director.

(3)

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(a)

There is created in the division the public school construction and inspection section to implement the provisions of sections 22-32-124 (2) and 23-71-122 (1)(v) and to administer and enforce the codes in accordance with sections 24-33.5-1213 and 24-33.5-1213.3. The public school construction and inspection section is a
type 2
entity, as defined in section 24-1-105, and exercises its powers and performs its duties and functions under the division and the executive director.

(b)

The executive director shall appoint such employees as are necessary to carry out the duties and exercise the powers specified in sections 22-32-124 and 23-71-122 (1)(v), C.R.S., and in this part 12. The executive director may delegate appointing authority as appropriate.

(c)

and (d) Repealed.
(4)(a)(I) Effective July 1, 2012, the division of fire prevention and control shall execute, administer, perform, and enforce the rights, powers, duties, functions, and obligations relating to fire and wildfire preparedness, response, suppression, coordination, or management vested previously in the board of governors of the Colorado state university system or the state forest service thereunder, as those rights, powers, duties, functions, and obligations existed on June 30, 2012.

(II)

There is created in the division of fire prevention and control the wildland fire management section to implement this subsection (4) and sections 24-33.5-1217 to 24-33.5-1226.5. The wildland fire management section is a
type 2
entity, as defined in section 24-1-105, and exercises its powers and performs its duties and functions under the division of fire prevention and control.

(b)

Intentionally left blank —Ed.

(I)

On July 1, 2012, all positions of employment in the state forest service of the board of governors of the Colorado state university system that are principally related to fire and wildfire preparedness, response, suppression, coordination, or management shall be transferred to the division of fire prevention and control in the department of public safety and shall become employment positions in the wildland fire management section therein.

(II)

On July 1, 2012, all employees of the board of governors of the Colorado state university system or the state forest service thereunder who are employed in a capacity principally related to and wildfire preparedness, response, suppression, coordination, or management shall be considered employees of the wildland fire management section in the division of fire prevention and control in the department of public safety. Such employees shall retain all rights under the state personnel system and to retirement benefits pursuant to the laws of this state, and their services shall be deemed to have been continuous.

(III)

On July 1, 2012, all moneys previously received or appropriated to the board of governors of the Colorado state university system relating principally to fire and wildfire preparedness, response, suppression, coordination, and management, including office furniture and fixtures, books, documents, and records of the board, are transferred to the wildland fire management section in the division of fire prevention and control and shall become the property thereof.

(IV)

On July 1, 2012, all items of personal property of the board of governors of the Colorado state university system relating principally to fire and wildfire preparedness, response, suppression, coordination, and management, including office furniture and fixtures, books, documents, and records of the board, are transferred to the wildland fire management section in the division of fire prevention and control and shall become the property thereof.

(V)

Any and all claims and liabilities, including costs and attorneys’ fees, relating in any way to the performance of any fire and wildfire preparedness, response, suppression, coordination, or management duties that were performed by the board or its employees on or before June 30, 2012, are transferred to and assumed by the state exclusively through the division, and such claims or liabilities, if any, are the sole responsibility of the state by and through the department of public safety, and no other public entity or agency, including the board and its employees, shall be responsible or liable for any such claims, liabilities, or damages.

(5)

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(a)

There is created in the division the health facility construction and inspection section to implement section 24-33.5-1212.5 and to administer and enforce the codes in accordance with sections 24-33.5-1212.5 and 24-33.5-1213. The health facility construction and inspection section is a
type 2
entity, as defined in section 24-1-105, and exercises its powers and performs its duties and functions under the division and the executive director.

(b)

On and after July 1, 2013, all positions of employment in the department of public health and environment for which principal duties are concerned with life safety inspection and that are determined by the director to be necessary to carry out the purposes of the health facility construction and inspection section are transferred to the division and are employment positions therein. The executive director shall appoint such employees as are necessary to carry out the duties and exercise the powers specified in this part 12. The executive director may delegate appointing authority as appropriate.

(c)

On and after July 1, 2013, all employees of the department of public health and environment carrying out the duties principally relating to life safety code compliance are employees of the health facility construction and inspection section in the division. The employees retain all rights under the state personnel system and to retirement benefits pursuant to the laws of this state, and their services are deemed to have been continuous.

(d)

On July 1, 2013, all items of property, real and personal, including office furniture and fixtures, books, documents, and records of the department of public health and environment used in carrying out the duties principally relating to life safety code compliance are transferred to the health facility construction and inspection section in the division and become the property of that section.

(e)

On December 10, 2012, the division and the governor received approval from the secretary of the United States department of health and human services, pursuant to section F3 of the revised agreement, dated October 1, 1985, entered into between the secretary and the state of Colorado pursuant to section 1864 of the federal “Social Security Act”, 42 U.S.C. sec. 1395aa, dated October 1, 1985, and pursuant to section 4006A of the related state operation manual, for the division of fire prevention and control in the department of public safety to fulfill the duties under that law associated with the assessment of compliance with the federal fire safety code requirements for health facilities, and a modification to waivers for residential medicaid provider types to allow the division to conduct construction plans and inspections.

(f)

The general assembly hereby finds, determines, and declares that, in discharging its duties under this article, as they pertain to health facility buildings and structures, the health facility construction and inspection section is encouraged to cooperate with local authorities, especially in regard to plan reviews and whether such plans comport with local requirements.

Source: Section 24-33.5-1201 — Division of fire prevention and control - creation - public school construction and inspection section - health facility construction and inspection section - legislative declaration, https://leg.­colorado.­gov/sites/default/files/images/olls/crs2023-title-24.­pdf (accessed Oct. 20, 2023).

24–33.5–101
Legislative declaration
24–33.5–102
Definitions
24–33.5–103
Department created - divisions
24–33.5–104
Duties of executive director
24–33.5–105
Transfer of functions
24–33.5–106
Witness protection board - creation - Javad Marshall-Fields and Vivian Wolfe witness protection program - witness protection fund
24–33.5–106.5
Confidentiality of materials - definitions
24–33.5–107
Applications for licenses - authority to suspend licenses - rules
24–33.5–109
Cold case task force - creation - rules - repeal
24–33.5–112
State law enforcement agencies to provide identification cards to retired peace officers upon request - definitions
24–33.5–113
Forensic medical evidence in sexual assault cases - rules - testing - confidentiality
24–33.5–113.5
Forensic medical evidence in sexual assault cases - tracking system
24–33.5–114
Disclosure of knowing misrepresentation by a peace officer required - disclosure waivers - reports - definitions
24–33.5–115
Peace officer hiring - required use of waiver - definitions
24–33.5–117
Crime prevention through safer streets grant program - created - committee - reports - repeal
24–33.5–118
Department of public safety gifts, grants, and donations fund
24–33.5–119
Extreme risk protection order information hotline
24–33.5–201
Colorado state patrol created
24–33.5–202
Definitions
24–33.5–203
Duties of executive director and patrol
24–33.5–204
Departmental cooperation
24–33.5–205
Chief - appointment - qualifications
24–33.5–206
Personnel - appointment
24–33.5–207
Personnel - qualifications - salary
24–33.5–208
Bonds
24–33.5–209
Trooper - age qualifications
24–33.5–210
General qualifications of members of patrol
24–33.5–211
Divisions - publications
24–33.5–212
Powers and duties of officers
24–33.5–214
Complaints against officers
24–33.5–215
Political activity prohibited
24–33.5–216
Patrol services furnished to governor and lieutenant governor
24–33.5–216.5
Patrol services furnished to the general assembly - definition
24–33.5–216.7
Patrol services furnished to statewide constitutional officers - definition
24–33.5–217
Books, supplies, and equipment
24–33.5–218
Patrol has access to files
24–33.5–219
Badges - uniforms - unauthorized use
24–33.5–220
Costs of administration
24–33.5–221
Provisional appointments - veterans’ rights
24–33.5–222
Officers incapacitated
24–33.5–224
Duties during state fair at Pueblo
24–33.5–225
Receipt of proceeds from forfeited property
24–33.5–226
Athletic or special events - closure of highways by patrol or municipality or county - payment of costs
24–33.5–227
Equipment for counterdrug activities - payments from local governments and state agencies - cash fund
24–33.5–228
Public awareness of laws concerning operation of vehicle in vicinity of emergency vehicle
24–33.5–230
Catalytic converter identification and theft prevention grant program - cash fund - creation - repeal
24–33.5–401
Colorado bureau of investigation
24–33.5–402
Director - appointment
24–33.5–403
Director - qualifications
24–33.5–404
Duties of the director
24–33.5–405
Deputy director - appointment
24–33.5–406
Deputy director - duties
24–33.5–407
Bureau personnel - appointment
24–33.5–408
Agents - qualifications
24–33.5–409
Agents - duties - powers
24–33.5–410
Agents - limitation of powers
24–33.5–411
Agents - defenses - immunities
24–33.5–412
Functions of bureau - legislative review - interagency cooperation with reporting functions - processing time for criminal history record checks - computer crime - synthetic cannabinoids enforcement
24–33.5–413
Credentials
24–33.5–414
Rewards
24–33.5–415
Temporary agents - qualifications - term - tenure
24–33.5–415.1
List of missing children
24–33.5–415.2
Receipt of proceeds from forfeited property
24–33.5–415.3
Information on gangs - legislative declaration
24–33.5–415.4
Security guard clearance - criminal history record checks
24–33.5–415.6
Offender identification - fund
24–33.5–415.7
Amber alert program
24–33.5–415.8
Missing persons alert program - definitions - rules
24–33.5–415.9
Local recovery programs for persons who wander - administration - rules - grants to local governments - requirements for recovery programs for persons who wander - website - cash fund - legislative declaration - definitions
24–33.5–416.5
Blue alert program - definitions - rules
24–33.5–416.7
Medina alert program - legislative declaration - definitions - rules
24–33.5–424
National instant criminal background check system - state point of contact - fee - grounds for denial of firearm transfer - appeal - rule-making - unlawful acts - instant criminal background check cash fund - creation
24–33.5–425
Cold case homicide team
24–33.5–426
Colorado bureau of investigation identification unit fund
24–33.5–427
Colorado bureau of investigation grants and donations fund
24–33.5–428
State toxicology laboratory - fund
24–33.5–429
Electronic fingerprint security - rules
24–33.5–430
Enhance effective investigation and prosecution of computer-facilitated sexual exploitation of children - rules
24–33.5–431
Missing indigenous persons - interagency cooperation - data repository - alert program - report - rules
24–33.5–501
Legislative declaration
24–33.5–502
Division of criminal justice created
24–33.5–503
Duties of division
24–33.5–503.5
Training programs - assess fees - cash fund created
24–33.5–504
Policy guidelines for state plans and fund distribution
24–33.5–505.5
Colorado crime victim services fund - creation - uses - applications for grants - legislative declaration - repeal
24–33.5–506
Victims assistance and law enforcement fund - creation
24–33.5–507
Application for grants
24–33.5–507.5
Definition of “status offender” to comply with federal law
24–33.5–510
Victim prevention programs - legislative declaration - grants - criteria
24–33.5–514
Evidence-based practices implementation for capacity program - EPIC fund - creation
24–33.5–515
Statewide automated victim information and notification system - legislative declaration
24–33.5–516
Study marijuana implementation
24–33.5–518
Criminal justice data collection - report
24–33.5–519
Body-worn cameras for law enforcement officers - grant program - study group - fund
24–33.5–520
Study on drugged driving - substance-affected driving data-analysis cash fund created - report - definitions
24–33.5–521
Community corrections - training - annual report
24–33.5–522
Law enforcement assistance grant program - reports
24–33.5–523
Human trafficking prevention training - repeal
24–33.5–525
Missing person investigation information - report - definition
24–33.5–526
Delinquency prevention and young offender intervention pilot grant program - creation - report - definitions - repeal
24–33.5–527
Multidisciplinary crime prevention and crisis intervention grant program - committee - fund - reports - repeal
24–33.5–528
Law enforcement workforce recruitment, retention, and tuition grant program - committee - fund - reports - repeal
24–33.5–529
State’s mission for assistance in recruiting and training (SMART) grant program - committee - fund - reports - definitions - repeal
24–33.5–531
Project management team - repeal
24–33.5–532
Behavioral health information and data-sharing in the criminal justice system - grants - appropriation - repeal
24–33.5–533
Synthetic opiate poisoning investigation and distribution interdiction grant program - creation - duties - rules - reports - appropriation - definition - repeal
24–33.5–534
Task force to study victim and survivor awareness and responsiveness training requirements for judicial personnel - creation - membership - duties - report - definitions - repeal
24–33.5–601
Short title
24–33.5–602
Definitions
24–33.5–603
Colorado community policing program - creation
24–33.5–604
Colorado community policing program - administration
24–33.5–605
Community policing program cash fund - creation
24–33.5–701
Short title
24–33.5–702
Purposes and limitations
24–33.5–703
Definitions
24–33.5–704
The governor and disaster emergencies - response - duties and limitations
24–33.5–704.5
Governor’s expert emergency epidemic response committee - creation
24–33.5–705
Office of emergency management - creation
24–33.5–705.2
Resiliency and community recovery program
24–33.5–705.3
Statewide all-hazards resource database - creation - definitions
24–33.5–705.4
All-hazards resource mobilization system - creation - plan - duties - reimbursement for expenses incurred by mobilized entities - eligibility - resource mobilization fund - creation - definitions - legislative declaration
24–33.5–705.5
Auxiliary emergency communications unit - powers and duties of unit and office of emergency management regarding auxiliary communications - definitions
24–33.5–706
Disaster emergency fund - established - financing - legislative intent
24–33.5–706.5
Hazard mitigation fund - established - financing - legislative intent
24–33.5–707
Local and interjurisdictional emergency management agencies and services
24–33.5–708
Establishment of interjurisdictional emergency management service area
24–33.5–709
Local disaster emergencies
24–33.5–710
Disaster prevention, mitigation, and recovery
24–33.5–711
Compensation - liability when combating grasshopper infestation
24–33.5–711.5
Governor’s expert emergency epidemic response committee - compensation - liability
24–33.5–712
Telecommunications - intent
24–33.5–713
Mutual aid
24–33.5–714
Weather modification
24–33.5–715
Merit system
24–33.5–717
Reporting of federal funds
24–33.5–718
Evacuation and clearance time modeling study - definitions - report - repeal
24–33.5–801
Legislative declaration
24–33.5–802
Definitions
24–33.5–803
Compensation for injury limited
24–33.5–804
Compensation provided is exclusive
24–33.5–805
Compensation for death or injury
24–33.5–806
Benefits limited to appropriation
24–33.5–806.5
Auxiliary emergency communications unit of the office of emergency management - qualified volunteers - protections and benefits
24–33.5–807
Benefits depend on reserve
24–33.5–808
Workers’ compensation law applies
24–33.5–809
Agreement for disposition of claims
24–33.5–810
Reimbursement of fund
24–33.5–811
Parties to agreement
24–33.5–812
Other provisions of agreement
24–33.5–813
Power of recovery - use of recovered amounts
24–33.5–814
Federal benefits deducted
24–33.5–815
State medical aid denied - when
24–33.5–816
Medical benefits as part of compensation
24–33.5–817
State benefits barred - when
24–33.5–818
Classes of workers - registration - duties
24–33.5–819
Accrediting local organization
24–33.5–820
Accredited status lost - when
24–33.5–821
Transfer of moneys
24–33.5–822
County sheriff - local government - local emergency planning committee - memorandum of understanding with volunteer organizations
24–33.5–823
Qualified volunteer organization list - creation - nomination of organizations
24–33.5–824
Volunteers - provision of emergency services - protections - benefits
24–33.5–825
Qualified volunteers - leave of absence - public employees
24–33.5–826
Qualified volunteers - leave of absence - private employees
24–33.5–827
Procedures
24–33.5–828
Interpretation
24–33.5–901
Short title
24–33.5–902
Legislative declaration - no private liability
24–33.5–903
State liability
24–33.5–904
Recovery for personal injury
24–33.5–1001
Evacuation plan agreements
24–33.5–1002
Evacuation drill - district liability
24–33.5–1003
Buses used
24–33.5–1004
Liability insurance
24–33.5–1005
Extraterritorial powers
24–33.5–1101
Power to make rules
24–33.5–1102
Emergency relief
24–33.5–1103
False claims - penalties
24–33.5–1104
Temporary housing for disaster victims
24–33.5–1105
Debris removal
24–33.5–1106
Grants to individuals
24–33.5–1107
Community loans
24–33.5–1108
Bar against suits
24–33.5–1109
Interstate compacts
24–33.5–1201
Division of fire prevention and control - creation - public school construction and inspection section - health facility construction and inspection section - legislative declaration
24–33.5–1202
Definitions
24–33.5–1203
Duties of division
24–33.5–1203.5
Powers and duties of director - report
24–33.5–1204
Voluntary education and training program - voluntary certification of firefighters and hazardous materials responders - advisory board
24–33.5–1204.5
Powers and duties of administrator - rules
24–33.5–1205
Duties of the director and the advisory board
24–33.5–1206
Education and training programs - certification programs - supervision and control
24–33.5–1206.1
Registration required
24–33.5–1206.2
Job registration and plan review
24–33.5–1206.3
Requirements for installation, inspection, and maintenance of fire suppression systems - rules
24–33.5–1206.4
System approval, inspection, and inspectors
24–33.5–1206.5
Unlawful acts - criminal penalties
24–33.5–1206.6
Unlawful acts - civil penalties - disciplinary actions
24–33.5–1206.7
Sprinkler fitters - registration required - rules
24–33.5–1207
Firefighter, hazardous materials responder, and prescribed fire training and certification fund - created
24–33.5–1207.5
Fire service education and training fund - created
24–33.5–1207.6
Fire suppression cash fund - created
24–33.5–1207.7
Public school construction and inspection cash fund - created
24–33.5–1207.8
Health facility construction and inspection cash fund - created
24–33.5–1208
Limitation of authority
24–33.5–1208.5
“Volunteer Fire Department Organization Act” - areas without fire protection - state assistance for creation of volunteer fire departments - eligibility for grants - short title - legislative declaration
24–33.5–1209
Repeal of sections
24–33.5–1211
Inspector certification
24–33.5–1212
Training for directors of fire protection districts - pilot program - advisory board - training fund
24–33.5–1212.5
Health facility fire and building codes - third-party inspections authorized - temporary certificate of occupancy - fees - rules - board of appeals
24–33.5–1213
Fire and building code - violations - enforcement - inspections
24–33.5–1213.3
Building and structure fire code maintenance - rules
24–33.5–1213.4
School all-hazard emergency planning and response
24–33.5–1213.5
Certification for building inspectors - rules
24–33.5–1213.7
Board of appeals
24–33.5–1214
Cigarettes - reduced ignition propensity standards - repeal
24–33.5–1215
Volunteer firefighter tuition voucher fund - created
24–33.5–1216
Volunteer firefighters - tuition vouchers - community and technical colleges
24–33.5–1217
Prescribed burning program - training and certification of certified burners - rules - fees
24–33.5–1217.3
Authority to permit controlled burns during drought conditions - civil - criminal
24–33.5–1217.5
Minimum prescribed burning standards
24–33.5–1217.7
Escaped prescribed fires
24–33.5–1218
Cooperation with governmental units
24–33.5–1219
Wildland fires - duty of sheriff to report
24–33.5–1220
Funds available - emergency fire fund - wildland fire equipment repair fund - wildland fire cost recovery fund - creation - gifts, grants, and donations authorized - rules
24–33.5–1221
State responsibility - determination by the director - intergovernmental agreements required - terms included - definitions - legislative declaration
24–33.5–1222
Cooperation by counties
24–33.5–1223
Sheriffs to enforce
24–33.5–1224
Limitation of state responsibility
24–33.5–1225
Emergencies
24–33.5–1226
Wildfire emergency response fund - creation - gifts, grants, and donations authorized - rules
24–33.5–1226.5
Career and education information - peer mentor program - inmate disaster relief program participants
24–33.5–1227
Wildfire preparedness fund - creation - gifts, grants, and donations authorized - wildfire preparedness plan - report
24–33.5–1228
Colorado firefighting air corps - creation - powers - aircraft acquisitions required - center of excellence - unmanned aircraft systems study and pilot program - Colorado firefighting air corps fund - creation - report - rules
24–33.5–1229
Lump-sum death benefits for seasonal wildland firefighters - definition - rules
24–33.5–1230
Wildfire information and resource center
24–33.5–1231
Local firefighter safety and disease prevention fund - creation - grants - rules - report - repeal
24–33.5–1232
Colorado wildland fire prediction and decision support system - definitions - development - contract
24–33.5–1233
Colorado fire commission - creation - powers and duties - report - legislative declaration - repeal
24–33.5–1234
Training restrictions with certain firefighting foams - penalty - exemptions - definitions
24–33.5–1235
Regional and statewide mutual aid system - powers and duties of division director - rules - legislative declaration - definitions
24–33.5–1236
Wildfire resiliency code board - powers and duties - rules - cash fund - legislative declaration - definitions
24–33.5–1237
Application of wildfire resiliency codes - enforcement - definitions
24–33.5–1238
Fire investigation fund - created - rules
24–33.5–1239
Wildfire resilient homes grant program - fund - rules - report - definitions - repeal
24–33.5–1501
Implementation of Title III of superfund act
24–33.5–1502
Definitions
24–33.5–1503.5
Powers and duties of the director - legislative intent - rules
24–33.5–1504
Local emergency planning committees - creation and duties
24–33.5–1505
Immunity
24–33.5–1506
SARA Title III fund - creation - acceptance of gifts, grants, and donations
24–33.5–1507
Application for grants - disbursements from SARA Title III fund - regulations
24–33.5–1601
Legislative declaration
24–33.5–1602
Definitions
24–33.5–1603
Division of homeland security and emergency management - creation - director
24–33.5–1604
Duties and powers of the division
24–33.5–1605
Director - duties and powers - rules
24–33.5–1606
Office of prevention and security - creation - duties
24–33.5–1606.5
Office of preparedness - creation - duties - posting of notice of NIMS classes - definition
24–33.5–1607
Funding
24–33.5–1608
Building security and occupant protection
24–33.5–1609
Continuity of state government operations
24–33.5–1610
Compliance with standards
24–33.5–1611
Assistance to state agencies - security assessment
24–33.5–1612
Cooperation from other state agencies
24–33.5–1614
Homeland security and all-hazards senior advisory committee - composition - duties - emergency planning subcommittee - public safety communications subcommittee - creation - definitions - repeal
24–33.5–1618
Nurse intake of 911 calls - pilot grant program - reporting - definitions - legislative declaration - repeal
24–33.5–1619
Natural disaster mitigation enterprise - fund - goals - grant program - gifts, grants, or donations - legislative declaration - definitions - repeal
24–33.5–1620
Preventing identity-based violence grant program - creation - report - rules - definitions
24–33.5–1621
Essential materials - stockpile - rotation - emergency stockpile rotation cash fund - creation - legislative declaration - definitions
24–33.5–1622
Colorado nonprofit security grant program - rules - definitions - appropriation
24–33.5–1623
Urgent incident response fund - created - rules - definitions
24–33.5–1701
Short title
24–33.5–1702
Legislative declaration
24–33.5–1703
Identity theft and financial fraud board - creation - rules
24–33.5–1704
Colorado fraud investigators unit - creation - duties - repeal
24–33.5–1705
Board powers
24–33.5–1706
Unit - comprehensive plan - report to board
24–33.5–1707
Funding - cash fund created - donations - repeal
24–33.5–1708
Repeal of part
24–33.5–1801
Legislative declaration
24–33.5–1802
Definitions
24–33.5–1803
School safety resource center - created - duties
24–33.5–1804
School safety resource center advisory board - created
24–33.5–1805
Authorization to contract for services
24–33.5–1806
Evaluation - report
24–33.5–1807
School safety resource center cash fund
24–33.5–1808
Training program and conference fees authorized
24–33.5–1809
Prevention of child sexual abuse and assault - resource bank - training
24–33.5–1810
School security disbursement program - created - rules - definitions - repeal
24–33.5–1811
School security disbursement program cash fund - repeal
24–33.5–1901
Legislative declaration
24–33.5–1902
Colorado cybersecurity council - creation - council members
24–33.5–1903
Cyber operation center - coordination of missions
24–33.5–1904
Education - training - workforce development
24–33.5–1905
Research and development
24–33.5–1906
Cybersecurity cash fund - cybersecurity gifts, grants, and donations account - creation
24–33.5–2001
Definitions
24–33.5–2002
Unlawful use or sale of fireworks - exceptions
24–33.5–2003
Permits - exceptions to permit requirements
24–33.5–2004
Licensing - application - fee - fireworks licensing cash fund - creation - rules
24–33.5–2005
Importation of fireworks - duties of licensees - retention of invoices for inspection
24–33.5–2006
Exportation of fireworks
24–33.5–2007
Regulation by municipalities and counties
24–33.5–2008
Storage of fireworks
24–33.5–2009
Seizure of fireworks
24–33.5–2010
Violations - penalty
24–33.5–2011
Denial, suspension, or revocation of or refusal to renew license
24–33.5–2101
Short title
24–33.5–2102
Legislative declaration
24–33.5–2103
Definitions
24–33.5–2104
School access for emergency response grant program - created - rules
24–33.5–2105
Grant program - application - criteria - awards
24–33.5–2106
Reporting requirements
24–33.5–2107
School access for emergency response grant program cash fund
24–33.5–2108
Repeal of part
24–33.5–2301
Definitions
24–33.5–2302
Self-contained breathing apparatus - pressure vessels - certification required
24–33.5–2303
Rules
24–33.5–2401
Committee on juvenile justice reform - creation - membership
24–33.5–2402
Juvenile justice reform committee - duties
24–33.5–2403
Repeal of part
24–33.5–2501
Definitions
24–33.5–2502
Office of public safety communications - public safety communications revolving fund - creation
24–33.5–2503
Transfer of functions - continuity of existence - rules
24–33.5–2504
Public safety communications network
24–33.5–2505
Office of public safety communications - director - duties and responsibilities - rules
24–33.5–2506
Legislative department exemption
24–33.5–2507
Higher education exemption
24–33.5–2508
Digital trunked radio system - service charges - pricing policy
24–33.5–2509
Interoperable communications among public safety radio systems - statewide plan - regional plans - governmental immunity - needs assessment
24–33.5–2510
Public safety communications trust fund - creation - report
24–33.5–2601
Definitions
24–33.5–2602
Missing and murdered indigenous relatives - department duties
24–33.5–2603
Office of liaison for missing and murdered Indigenous relatives - director - duties - report - collaboration - advisory board - access to records - gifts, grants, and donations
24–33.5–2604
Gifts, grants, and donations
24–33.5–2605
Information dashboard - report
24–33.5–2606
Missing or murdered Indigenous relatives phone line
24–33.5–2701
Definitions
24–33.5–2702
Office of school safety - created - duties - grants manager - crisis response unit
24–33.5–2703
Youth violence prevention grant program - created
Green check means up to date. Up to date

Current through Fall 2024

§ 24-33.5-1201’s source at colorado​.gov