2020 Colorado Revised Statutes
Title 19 - Children's Code
Article 3. Dependency and Neglect

Editor's note: This title was repealed and reenacted in 1987. For historical information concerning the repeal and reenactment, see the editor's note following the title heading.

Law reviews: For comment, "The Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978: Protecting Essential Tribal Interests", see 60 U. Colo. L. Rev. 131 (1989); for article, "Representing Foster Parents in Dependency and Neglect Proceedings", see 22 Colo. Law. 1697 (1993); for article, "Dependency and Neglect Law: New Legislation and Case Law", see 35 Colo. Law. 79 (Sept. 2006); for article, "Colorado's Family-Integrated Problem-Solving Courts" see 42 Colo. Law. 75 (Nov. 2013); for article, "Representing Respondent Parents: Measuring the Impact of the ORPC", see 46 Colo. Law. 34 (Dec. 2017).


PART 1 DEFINITIONS PART 2 GENERAL PROVISIONS PART 3 CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT PART 4 TEMPORARY CUSTODY AND SHELTER PART 5 PETITION, ADJUDICATION, DISPOSITION PART 6 TERMINATION OF THE PARENT-CHILD LEGAL RELATIONSHIP

Law reviews: For article, "Difficult Issues in Adoption - Part 1", see 24 Colo. Law. 851 (1994); for article, "Difficult Issues in Adoption - Part 2", see 24 Colo. Law. 1083 (1994).

PART 7 REVIEW OF PLACEMENT

Law reviews. For article, "Achieving Safe, Permanent Homes for Colorado Children", see 31 Colo. Law. 37 (Oct. 2002).

PART 8 TASK FORCE ON THE COLLECTION AND SECURITY OF DIGITAL IMAGES OF CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT
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