My question involves criminal law for the state of: Colorado.
My ex-husband sexually abused our children over several years. (They were between two and nine years old when it happened.) One of my daughters finally told me about it and I went to the police. The police and the DA's office are telling me that it's hard to do something since he lives in Switzerland and doesn't come over here any longer. (The sexual abuse happened in Colorado, Switzerland and Italy.) I had to go to civil court to get a no contact order, but first of all it's not well written and second, I do not want him to be able to continue to do what he has done to our children to any other child.
Where do I turn to get the case moving forward? Why is it so hard to get justice if somebody lives in another country? Do different countries not work together against sex offenders?