Colorado Certified Records Network


Accreditation Through Certification for
Law Enforcement Records Professionals


Colorado Certified Records Network


NEWLY CERTIFIED!   The master certified list has just been updated - please take a look at the master certified list to view the updates.  Congratulations everyone!

THE FALL 2017 CCRN CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD SEPTEMBER 28-29 IN LARIMER COUNTY. -  Alert/SAM and CCRN would like to thank Larimer County Sheriff's Office for agreeing to host this conference. The conference will be held at the Larimer County Sheriff's Office located at 2501 Midpoint Dr., Ft. Collins, CO.  Registration for this conference will open August 8th (click on Training / Dates tab). 


CORA Classes:   The following agencies will be hosting CORA class: Grand Junction Police Department; Castle Rock Police Department, Westminster Police Department and Montrose Police Department. Please visit the training / dates page of this website for information on upcoming CORA classes.  

Additional Training Opportunities:  Please see the "Training" page of this website for the link to the Alert/Sam training calendar and information for additional training in records management and related law enforcement topics.  S


Recertification has now been extended to 3 years instead of 2:  Members now may retain their Master Certified status by completing recertification hours within three years from being Master Certified initially.  For more information on what is required for recertification, visit the Forms/Links page on this Web site and click on 'Recertification Points Table'.  For questions contact a Board Member.

About CCRN
The Colorado Certified Records Network (CCRN) works in conjunction with the Association of Law Enforcement Records Technicians, Supervisors, and Managers (ALERT/SAM) to establish a standard by which public safety records personnel can be measured, accredited, and recognized according to criteria of experience and capability established by their peers. CCRN is governed by a Board of Advisors, endorsed by the County Sheriffs of Colorado (CSOC), the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP), and recognized by the Colorado Department of Law Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST).




Let the CCRN Board Answer Your Questions:

Membership, Registrations and Correspondence:
Dixie Beck, Craig Police Department

Training Seminar, Speaker and Presentation Facilitator:
Cherokee Blake, Gilpin County Sheriff's Office

Recertification Database:
Roxie Morris, Black Hawk Police Dept.

 CORA Exam & Information, CCRN Seminar Exams & Grading Information:
Kathy Walters, Montrose Police Dept.




ALERT/SAM Membership:

Jennifer Degenhart,  Chairman, Association of Law Enforcement Records Technicians, Supervisors and Managers (ALERT/SAM) 

Aurora Police Department Records Manager 15001 E. Alameda Pkwy, Aurora, CO 80012

Desk 303-739-6308