The new leader of Denver's safety services made one of his first major public appearances on Wednesday, responding to intense criticism about Michael Marshall's death in jail.
The handling of the subsequent investigation and the sheriff's department's "reflexive" responses to the incident point to the need for reform, the report argues.
“Locker-room culture” at Denver deputies’ nonprofit was excuse for captain who gestured for woman to show her breasts
A captain with the Denver Sheriff's Department has successfully argued down his punishment for motioning for a colleague to expose herself and sit on him.
It's online, through the channels of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat, that teams distribute news updates, market promotions and merchandise, provide highlights, share photos, GIFs and videos, interact with fans, and, when necessary, deal with trolls.
This rather amazing set of circumstances comes from anonymized accounts of misconduct and discipline at the Denver Sheriff's Department.
A recent murder case shines a spotlight on the policy that nearly all Colorado sheriff's departments have of not holding inmates on immigration detainers.
The incident happened the afternoon of Jan. 28, 2016, at the Downtown Detention Center, according to a letter from the city of Denver.
The Department of Justice found that the Denver Sheriff's Department discriminated against immigrants who are authorized to work here.