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Colorado District Attorneys’ offices unveil “data dashboards”

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On July 19, 2023, three Colorado District Attorneys’ (DA) offices unveiled “data dashboards,” a publicly available resource designed to promote more effective, just, and transparent decision-making in prosecution. The dashboards are an expansion of the Colorado Prosecutorial Dashboards project, with the 12th, 17th, and 21st Judicial Districts joining the eight Judicial Districts that unveiled
data dashboards last fall. Colorado is first in the nation to move toward statewide implementation of prosecutorial data dashboards.

News Release 

Move to promote more just and transparent prosecution grows to include more District Attorneys’ offices: Colorado continues to push toward statewide use of data to improve the fairness and effectiveness of the criminal justice system

Media Coverage

Daily Camera 

17th Judicial District joins data dashboard program: Aims to improve fairness and transparency in the criminal justice system

Alamosa News

DA Kelly promised transparency — less than a year later, she’s delivering

The Daily Sentinel

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