Crime Information Management Unit

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is designated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) Division, as the CJIS Systems Agency for the state of Colorado.

As such, it is the responsibility of the Crime Information Management Unit (CIMU) to manage the policies and business practices followed by Colorado criminal justice agencies regarding numerous criminal justice computer systems, including the Colorado Crime Information Center (CCIC) and the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) computer databases and the International Public Safety and Justice Network (Nlets). 

As part of the Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) program, CIMU publishes crime statistics to the the Colorado Crime Stats website, and this data are available to law enforcement as well as the public. This data are used for policy determinations, research and to provide important criminal and crime-related information to the public.

CIMU strives to provide the best possible customer service to all criminal justice agencies and the public as a whole. When law enforcement personnel have questions or issues related to criminal justice systems, the CIMU staff proudly provide the first line of support to ensure Colorado law enforcement are able to perform their duties with secure access to accurate, complete, and timely information. Additionally, CIMU readily answers questions for the public regarding the CCIC, CJIS Security, and UCR programs.

Contact:
Phone: (303) 239-4222
Fax: (303) 239-4661

Supervisor and CJIS Information Security Officer

Emily C. Philip
CBI-CJIS Systems Compliance and Training (CCIC)
(303) 239-4237
 
 
Please do not use the contact information above to report a crime; contact your local law enforcement agency if you are in need of assistance.

Supervisor and UCR Program Manager

Darla L. Hackworth
Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR)
(303) 239-4214
Email: darla.hackworth@state.co.us

 

Please do not use the contact information above to report a crime; contact your local law enforcement agency if you are in need of assistance.