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Colorado State ID and Driver’s License Office
127 Justice Center Road, No. K
Canon City, CO 81212
Phone: 719-275-5617
Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm 

Colorado, State of 

John Hickenlooper (D)
136 State Capitol
Denver, CO 80203-1792

Colorado Department of Labor and Employment 
3224-B Independence Road
Canon City, CO 81212
Phone: 719-275-7408
Hours: Monday to Thursday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm 
Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm 

Colorado Department of Revenue/Income Tax
827 West 4th Street
Pueblo, CO 81004
Phone: 719-542-2920
Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 am to 12:00 noon & 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Office is primarily a walk-in service center and phone service will be provide should there be no customers in the office.  Tax forms and information may be found at the state website 

Adult and Juvenile Probation 

Chief Probation Officer: Mike O’Rourke
136 Justice Center Road, Room 104, 
Canon City CO. 81212 
Phone: (719) 269-0155 
Fax: (719) 269-0166 
Hours/Days of Operation: Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Eleventh Judicial District Probation Department serves Chaffee, Custer, Fremont, and Park Counties. In all of the counties, Probation provides two general functions for the Courts: Presentence Investigations and Supervision of offenders on Probation. Services only occur when Court Ordered. Presentence investigations are intended to provide the Courts with details of the offense and the effects on the victim and community, information about the offender, and sentencing alternatives. Supervision services are available to adults and juveniles. Some services are contracted out to Intervention, Inc., a private probation provider.

Juvenile Diversion
11th Judicial District – District Attorney’s Office
136 Justice Center Road, Room 203
Canon City, CO 81212
Phone: 719-269-0171 
Contact persons: Susan Boyle, Diversion Coordinator, and Jessica Oldendorf 
The District Attorney’s Office Juvenile Diversion Program accepts first-time offenders whose behavior and attitudes indicate the need for non-judicial intervention, hopefully lowering the risk of re-offending. The juvenile’s needs are assessed during an intake interview, and upon acceptance to the program, referrals are made to appropriate community resources to help them address these needs. If the juvenile does not commit to the program by active follow through, court intervention will be recommended. 
The program serves juveniles in Fremont, Custer, Chaffee, and Park counties, whose ages range from 10 up to 18. Typically, juveniles qualifying for The Diversion Program are first-time offenders of a non-violent offense. Participation in Juvenile Diversion is voluntary and must be agreed upon by the offender, parents/guardians, and the Program Coordinator. 

Teen Court
11th Judicial District – District Attorney’s Office
136 Justice Center Road, Room 203
Canon City, CO 81212
Contact: Teen Court Coordinator 
What is Teen Court?Teen court allows youth ages 10 - 17 who commit first time minor offenses to have a hearing with teens acting as the jury, bailiff, case presenter, and youth advocate. The teen jury determines the sentence. Participation in Teen Court is voluntary. Juvenile defendants must admit guilt in order to participate. A parent/guardian must be present at all stages.
Purpose: Teen Court is designed to hold youth accountable for their actions and to repair harm to the victim and/or community. Teen Court further educates youth about the judicial process. A defendant in Teen Court learns responsibility to the community and becomes accountable to his/her peers as well as to the criminal justice system. Teen Court is also an alternative to juvenile charges being filed. It allows a juvenile defendant who successfully completes his/her sentence to keep his/her record clear.

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