700 Kipling Street, Suite 1000
Denver, Colorado 80215
Tel: 303-239-4526 or 4199
Fax: 303-239-4491


The Office of Sex Offender Management is a unit of the Division of Criminal Justice 
under the Colorado Department of Public Safety.

 
 
    Staff


 
Program Manager
1-303-239-4447
Adult Standards and 
Community Notification Coordinator
1-303-239-4499
 
Juvenile Standards and 
Training Coordinator
1-303-239-4197
 

Researcher
1-303-239-4516


Program Assistant
1-303-239-4199
 
 
Jill Trowbridge
Administrative Assistant
1-303-239-4526


Email Distribution List:

If you would like to add your email address to the SOMB Email Distribution List, please email your request to Marina Borysov at marina.borysov@state.co.us

Sex Offender Registry:
If you have any questions about Sex Offender Registration please contact CBI Sex Offender Registry at CDPS.CBI.SOR@STATE.CO.US or 303-239-4222

Job openings from our partnernering agencies:



The Offenders Group is looking for a sex offense specific treatment provider to co-facilitate group sessions, conduct intake appointments, provide individual therapy, and possible offense specific evaluations for convicted adult sex offenders. Group sessions are conducted Monday through Wednesday, varying times between 1:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m., requiring qualified individuals to be available to work evening hours. This position is fee for service. SOMB approved candidates preferred but may be willing to train right individual with a Master’s degree or above. Anyone interested in this position who is not already an approved treatment provider should check the Colorado Sex Offender management Board website in order to familiarize yourself with the requirements of becoming an approved sex offense specific treatment provider prior to submitting a resume. Qualified or interested individuals submit resumes to sheilapomeranz@aumhc.org


Shiloh House Clinician (Longmont)
Qualifications:
Applicant must hold a Master's degree in a Health and Human Services field, and have the ability to receive a provisional license through DORA. Experience working with emotionally disturbed adolescents and their families preferred. Current SOMB listing is preferred. Experience in residential, community based outpatient, and offense specific specialization settings is preferred.
Responsibilities include:
- Individual, Family, and Group Therapy
- Assessment, Diagnosis, Case Conceptualization, and Treatment Planning
- Therapeutic Programming/Milieu Care
- Manage Day Treatment Cases
- Manage RCCF/Outpatient/Offense Specific Cases
- On-Call Rotation
- Individual, Family, and Outpatient therapies may take place in homes and/or in office
- Must be able to schedule sessions with clients based on their scheduling needs
Extra details:
- 1 weekend day; possible evenings
- Office location: Longmont
- Will participate in on-call rotation
- Salaried position, dependent on experience
Additional requirements include the ability to pass a criminal background check, and a valid Colorado driver's license or the ability to obtain one.
If interested please email resume to Garrett Huff at ghuff@shilohhouse.net

Post-Conviction Victim Advocate with the Blue Bench
The Post-Conviction Victim Advocate is responsible for providing outreach and advocacy,
information and referral services for sexual assault victims, their families and other secondary victims whose
offender is under supervised probation in Jefferson County. The Victim Advocate will provide victim
representation on inter-disciplinary teams and in statewide groups. This is a new position subject to change as the
position develops. Click here for more info



             
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Honorable Marcelo Kopcow - Chair
    Judges Representative  

Rural County Commissioner Representative
Jeff Jenks
Polygraph Examiner Representative  
 John Odenheimer - Vice Chair
Community Corrections Representative
 
Jessica Curtis 
Juvenile Magistrate Representative. 
Tom Leversee, LCSW
Mental Health Professional Representative
  
 Norma Aguilar-Dave 
Out-of-Home Placement Representative 
A. Mervyn Davies, MA, LPC
Mental Health Professional Representative
Dr. Rick May
Mental Health Professional Representative  
 Brie Franklin
Victim Advocate Representative
Korey Elger M.S.W.
Division of Child Welfare Representative 
Jessica Meza 
Public Defender’s Representative  
Mary Baydarian
County Directors of Human Services Representative  
Kim English
Division of Criminal Justice Representative
Kandy Moore
Victim's Representative 
 Richard Bednarski 
Private Defense Bar Representative
Amy C. Fitch
District Attorney Representative. 
 Detective Jeff Shay
Law Enforcement Representative  
Dr. Carl Blake
Division of Youth Corrections Representative
Missy Gursky, MA, LPC
Mental Health Professional Representative  
Alli Watt
Department of Education Representative
  
 Allison Boyd
Victim's Representative 

Urban County Commission Representative 
Angel Weant 
Judicial Department Representative 

Leonard Woodson III
Department of Corrections Representative