Colorado in Numbers
As of 2018, 5,684,203 people reside in Colorado, and although the state was acquired in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, it did not have a government until 1850. The median household income in Colorado is approx. $65,685 - $8,000 more than the national average
There is a total of 178 districts in Colorado with a total of 513 public high schools, 18 private high schools, 132 Colorado Colleges, Community Colleges, and Trade Schools. There are also 57 four-year universities and colleges in the state
Colorado has several thriving markets, including real estate, agriculture, manufacturing of craft beer, tech industry, energy, tourism and cannabis growth – which brings in $1 billion a year since the legalization of marijuana in the state
The state of Colorado has 245 sworn police officers per every 100,000 residents (a total of 12,069 police officers). According to CPFF (Colorado Professional Fire Fighters), the state had 11,500 firefighters as of 2016. 600 of them are paid reserve on-call, 5,200 are career firefighters, and the rest (5,700) are volunteer firefighters.
According to the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS), there were 1.6 deaths per every 1,000 fires and 11.4 injuries out of all fires. Residential structure fires were responsible for 5 deaths per every fires and injuries reached 36.6.
Colorado Supreme Court Judges
The Supreme Court in California has 7 presiding judges that make some of the most important judicial decisions in the state.
Nathan B. Coats - born on January 23, 1949. Justice coats received a B.A. in economics from the University of Colorado in 1971, and his J.D. from the University of Colorado Law School in 1977. Coats was appointed as supreme court justice April 24, 2000.
Monica Márquez - born on April 20, 1969 in Austin, Texas and grew up in Grand Junction, Colorado. Márquez received a bachelor's degree from Stanford University in 1991 and J.D. in 1997 from Yale Law School. Márquez has been presiding as supreme court judge since September 8, 2010.
Brian Boatright - born on June 16, 1962 Golden, Colorado. Boatright received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1984 at Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri. In 1988, he received a law degree from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver. Boatright has been presiding as supreme court judge since November 21, 2011.
William W. Hood – Justice Hood was born in Colorado in 1963. Hood graduated magna cum laude from Syracuse University in 1985 when he received his B.A. in International Relations. Hood also received a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1990. Hood has been presiding as supreme court judge since October 25, 2013.
Richard L. Gabriel – born on born March 3, 1962 in Brooklyn, New York City as one of seven siblings. Gabriel completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in American studies in 1984 at Yale University, and also went to University of Pennsylvania Law School where he completed a law degree. Gabriel has been presiding as supreme court judge since September 1, 2015.
Melissa Hart – Hart was born in 1969 to a lawyer mother who specialized in human rights, and a father who was a business executive in the energy industry. Hart earned her A.B. from Harvard University in 1991 and her J.D. magna cum laude from Harvard Law School in 1995. Gabriel has been presiding as supreme court judge since December 14, 2017.
Carlos Samour – Born in El Salvador and immigrated to the US when he was 13 years old. Samour earned his undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Colorado at Denver and a J.D. degree from the University of Denver. Samour has been presiding as supreme court judge since July 2, 2018.
Colorado Arrest and Crime Records
As of 2018, Colorado had 18,983 violent crimes, 151,850 property crimes and a crime rate of 3,083 crimes per every 100,000 residents. Also, two of America's largest mass shootings happened in Colorado: The Columbine High School massacre in 1999 and the Aurora movie theater massacre in 2012. Three other mass shooting happened in Colorado that caused a national outrage and made the entire country grief for victims and their families. To search for arrest and criminal records in the state of Colorado, simply go to GoLookUp.com. The advanced directories on the website will give you detailed criminal records of any person in Colorado you have question about and will provide you with accurate background check reports within minutes.
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