Data Collection: Officer Involved Shooting (Repealed)

S.B. 217 - Officer-Involved Shooting

Read Senate Bill 2015-217

The last data collection was through June 30, 2020. 


See the previous Officer-Involved Shooting reports on the "Reports" page

This data collection requires any state or local law enforcement agency that employs a peace officer who is involved in an officer-involved shooting that results in a person suspected of criminal activity being shot at by the officer to report the information described below.

These agencies must report to the Division of Criminal Justice (DCJ) by September 1 of every year, any and all officer-involved shootings that occurred between July 1 and June 30 of the immediately preceding fiscal year. For example, please submit by September 1, 2020 officer-involved shootings that occurred between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020. Agencies must have also reported to DCJ any and all officer-involved shootings that occurred between January 1, 2010, and June 30, 2015.

One form should be completed for each officer-involved shooting event. "Shoot Teams" may complete the form on behalf of the agency or agencies involved, however the name(s) of the agency or agencies employing the peace officer(s) must be clear. All persons involved in the shooting event who are either shot at or charged with criminal activity are referred to below as "Subjects" in this data collection, and information must be collected on each. For agencies with zero officer-involved shootings or if the agency does not have incidents to report, please submit the No-Incidents template.

To facilitate and standardize this data collection, you must choose one of the templates provided below to report your information to DCJ. These templates(containing completed forms) should be returned to, cdps_dcj_ors_sb217@state.co.us. Please submit your questions using this cdps_dcj_ors_sb217@state.co.us.

Reporting Instructions

Reporting Templates

S.B. 217   (Pdf format)
S.B. 217   (Excel format)

Choose one of the formats above

S.B. 217  (Excel)