A combined effort by the Denver Justice Project and Black Lives Matter 5280 have stepped up a new tradition aimed at ending cash bonds.
REVIEW: Denver’s city planning board game works best with a friend who doesn’t care that it’s not a board game
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A series of three community meetings on the Denver Police Department's draft use-of-force policy start tonight.
It's a step that is both vital and not enough, speakers told the Denver City Council Monday before the council voted to place the amendment on the ballot.
The amendment would put the independent monitor on the same legal footing as the police and fire departments it oversees.