Participant Confidentiality

What Information is Confidential?

  • Actual street address
  • Mailing address, if different
  • City of residence
  • County of residence
  • Voting precinct
  • Phone number
  • Unique identifying information related to a participant's home, work, or school address

What Information can be Shared?

  • ACP participation status
  • Date of ACP enrollment
  • A participant's substitute address
  • State of residence
  • Records created over 90 days prior to ACP enrollment
  • Information voluntarily provided by the participant to a state or local government agency
Requesting Additional Confidentiality

In 2015, the Colorado laws were amended to include the following confidentiality provision: If a participant submits a written request for additional confidentiality to a state or local government agency, the following information (in addition to the above confidential information) shall not be made available on the Internet:

  • Personal e-mail address
  • Photographs of the participant
  • Directions to the home of the participant
  • Photographs of the participant's home or vehicle
Verification of Participation to Third Parties

The ACP can verify a participant's enrollment in the program, as well as whether an ACP authorization card is current and valid. The ACP will not release the confidential information listed above.

Emergency Release of Participant Address Information

The ACP is required to release a participant's actual address to a criminal justice agency if the information is required pursuant to a criminal justice trial, hearing, proceeding or investigation involving a participant. Requesting officials must meet the requirements set out in ยง24-30-2110, C.R.S. and 1 CCR 103-6, Rule 8.0, which includes a completed form, an agency letter, two officials, one notary and three signatures. No information will be released unless all requirements are met.