Community Engagement

Working together

We will be successful in creating a safe and healthy community for everyone by forging strategic partnerships, fostering relationships and proactively engaging with the people we serve. 

Community Service

The First Judicial District Attorney’s Office doesn’t just serve the community in our official capacity, but our staff works outside of our office and the courtroom to create a safe and healthy community for everyone. Through educational seminars, volunteer projects, donation drives and collaborative partnerships with local non-profits, we help support the people and families that we proudly call our neighbors.

Courage Walk

Each year, the First Judicial District Attorney’s Office comes together with law enforcement and victim service providers to honor and celebrate the court of victims of crime. Held annually at the conclusion of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, the event features a short walk from the Jefferson County Administration and Courts Building to the Courage Garden – a place built for remembrance and reflection for crime victims and their families.

For the latest information, visit our Community Events calendar.


A national organization that was formed in 1988 by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the National Sheriffs’ Association, TRIAD provides older adults with presentations and programming that enhance their safety.

Jefferson County TRIAD is managed by the First Judicial District Attorney’s Office which hosts monthly meetings on a variety of safety and security topics, including:

  • Fall Prevention
  • Financial & Banking Security
  • Fraud Protection
  • Holiday Shopping Safety
  • Home Fire Safety
  • Personal Emergency Preparedness
  • Safe Driving
  • Transportation Options

Jefferson County TRIAD is held the fourth Tuesday of each month at the First Judicial District Attorney’s Office in Golden. For more information, visit our Community Events calendar.

Senior Law Day

One of the most popular events hosted by our office, Senior Law Day provides our elder community and their loves ones with a series of educational seminars, covering topics such as:

  • End of Life Issues
  • Identity Theft
  • Investment Fraud (Wills/Trusts)
  • Medicare Issues
  • Powers-of-Attorney, Conservatorships and Guardianship
  • Tips for Probate

We are pleased to announce that Senior Law Day is back! This year, the event will be held on June 3, 2023.