Colorado, nicknamed the Centennial State, is the 21st largest city in the country by population, which is 5,540,545 (as of 2016). Denver, with a population of 600,158, is both the capital and the largest city of Colorado.
After the mining boom, the state was left with more than 300 ghost towns that currently serve as tourist destinations. Colorado has 500 abandoned cities and 650 living ones.
The most dangerous city of Colorado is Pueblo, with a city violent crime rate of 615,7 per 100,000 residents. Most of the crimes committed in Pueblo are gang-related. The poverty rate is 20.1%, while the unemployment rate is down at 3.5%. The violent crime rate of the state is twice as low, 321.0 per 100,000 people.
Denver comes second as the most dangerous metropolitan area. The gang activity has out the local police under considerable pressure, because of a lack of manpower and old equipment.
Capital punishment is legal in the state of Colorado.
The safest cities in Colorado are Johnstown, Frederick, and Louisville.
There are two ways you can find mugshots in Colorado. The Colorado Department of Corrections does have a searchable database, however, mugshots are not always provided. The second way of searching for mugshots is contacting the County Sheriff’s office directly.