The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office will host a community notification meeting on Thursday, September 17, regarding the release of sexually violent predator Timothy Schreiber from the Colorado Department of Corrections.
Timothy E. Schreiber (DOB 12-19-59), was released from custody on September 14 and will again be living in the 13400 block of West 54th Avenue. Schreiber was designated as a sexually violent predator in October 2006 and previously lived at this location.
On September 17 at 6 p.m. the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office will host a public meeting to provide information concerning the release of this sexually violent predator into the community. The goal of the meeting is to enhance public safety. This meeting will be held at Faith Bible Chapel, located at 6210 Ward Rd., in Arvada (east side of Ward Road).
Due to the content of the information that will be presented, it is not advisable to bring children to the meeting. It is strongly encouraged that the appropriate sexually violent predator information and public safety information presented be reviewed with children after the meeting. Children under 15 unaccompanied by an adult will not be permitted to attend the meeting.
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office has no legal authority to direct where a sex offender may live. Unless court restrictions exist, they are constitutionally free to live wherever they choose. Sex offenders are required by law to notify law enforcement of their residence and law enforcement is authorized to share that information with members of their communities. In the case of sexually violent predators, law enforcement must actively notify citizens. In addition to this press release, a notification flier will be circulated.
Schreiber will be required to register as a sex offender with the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office every 90 days. His picture and related information are posted on the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office Web site at www.jeffcosheriff.com.