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Visiting records transition

Colorado Department of Corrections is in the process of transitioning to a new visiting records system; as a component of this transition, all visitors whose most recent application is over a year old must reapply and undergo a new background check for safety and security purposes and to bring all visiting records into compliance with policy requirements concerning visitor approval.

Press Release: CDOC Seeks Collaborative Budget Review

This spring, the Colorado Department of Corrections (CDOC), in collaboration with the Office of State Planning and Budget (OSPB), formally submitted a request to the Joint Budget Committee (JBC) for a comprehensive review of our budget practices in order to strengthen our commitment to operational transparency.

Intermittent JPay Issues

Due to a server migration project JPay is engaged in, they are currently experiencing intermittent issues with a handful of services nationwide following the system maintenance. As a result, CDOC facilities have been experiencing issues with JPay mail and there may be intermittent pauses of service.

East Canon Complex Water Leak Update

Thank you for your patience! We're happy to confirm that water operations at the complex are back to normal. We're now focused on swiftly resuming operations.

April 4, 2024 Press Release: ECC Water Leak

DOC Takes Action on East Canon Complex Water Leak: The Colorado Department of Corrections (CDOC), with the support of the Colorado State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC), is responding to a water leak at the East Canon Complex that has temporarily shut off water services within the complex.
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