A Message to the Lafayette Community,
We are writing today to inform you that an individual designated as a Sexually Violent Predator (SVP), Nathaniel Stark, has moved to the City of Lafayette from another jurisdiction. We understand this is alarming news and our city has never had a person with this statutorily defined designation reside here before. We understand you will have questions and concerns about this. The police department will work with our community to answer any questions as we are legally permitted to answer. The City of Lafayette’s priority is the safety of all community members.
Please know the City of Lafayette is taking this issue extremely seriously. The Police Department is willing to answer any of your questions, provide any educational information about sex offenders/SVP’s, provide tips for talking to your children about sex offenders, and provide information from national organizations. We are personally notifying area schools, day care centers, and the Bob Burger Recreation Center, as well as the Boulder Valley School District Security and local area law enforcement agencies. Accompanying this message is the ‘Sexually Violent Predator Community Notification Bulletin’ for this SVP. The Colorado Sex Offender Management Board (SOMB) offers an on-line educational video regarding the community notification process, SVP Community Notification for Law Enforcement, (www.youtube.com/watch?v=wG5bbCRj730&feature=youtu.be). This educational video web-link is also available on the Lafayette Police Department website (www.cityoflafayette.com/police). Please take the time to read this important notification bulletin and view the on-line educational video.
Any additional questions should be directed to Detective Shauna Treasure, email@example.com or Detective Sergeant Scott Robinson, firstname.lastname@example.org. Either can also be reached by telephone during normal business hours at 303-665-5571.
Assistance is available for persons having anxiety related to this information. The Boulder County Sheriff’s Office-Victim’s Advocates are available with resources and can be reached at 303-441-3656. Crisis counselors and professionally trained peer specialists are also available at the Colorado Crisis Line at 1-844-493-8255 or Text “Talk” to 38255.
If you need to report a crime that is in progress, please call 911. To report a crime that is not in progress, please call Boulder County Dispatch at 303-441-4444.
Attached is a bulletin containing information about the SVP, which includes the persons address and additional information that we can legally provide.
City Administrator Fritz Sprague
Chief of Police Rick Bashor
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