Project Safeguard continues to provide legal advocacy services during the COVID-19 crisis. We are practicing social distancing and following Denver’s stay-at-home order by operating by phone, email and video chat to continue to serve survivors in need of our services.
At this time, all courts continue to hear Protection Order cases. As of March 24, 2020, Denver is the only jurisdiction requiring filing by email rather than in-person. Please see details about Denver’s procedures below. We will continue to update this page as we learn more about procedures in other jurisdictions.
Courts are holding hearings on temporary and permanent protection orders remotely, typically by phone. For more information about your jurisdiction, please contact our legal advocates in that location.
The Chief Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court issued a directive regarding procedures for other types of cases last week. Each jurisdiction is issuing their own directives as well. All of these can be found at:
To find out more about our services, please contact our Program Coordinator at 720.827.3282 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For assistance in your county, please call:
Adams/Broomfield Counties 303-637-7761
Arapahoe County 303-799-3977
Denver City and County 720-865-9159
Rose Andom Center 720-337-4468
|City and County of Denver COVID-19 Response Update
Mayor Issues Stay at Home Order
Mayor Michael B. Hancock today announced a new Public Health Order with an explicit stay at home directive for the City and County of Denver that will go into effect at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 24. The order continues through April 10 and may be extended as needed. The Mayor is urging all community residents and businesses to escalate their observance of previous stay at home guidelines amid the worsening COVID-19 epidemic.
With the issuance of this order, the Denver County Court will only be taking Verified Complaints for Civil Protection orders by E-mail.
Please E-mail the VERIFIED COMPLAINT FOR CIVIL PROTECTION ORDER TO:
The courtroom will contact you with information after the complaint has been reviewed by a Judicial Officer
Protection Order Forms can be found on the Denver County Website: