A combined effort by the Denver Justice Project and Black Lives Matter 5280 have stepped up a new tradition aimed at ending cash bonds.
It's been more than a decade since inmates in Denver jails could have in-person visits with friends and family members.
Denver “won’t be bullied or blackmailed,” mayor says as city officials propose limiting cooperation with ICE
Mayor Michael Hancock, Denver City Council members and immigrant advocates have united behind an ordinance that would give force of law to city policies.
Sheriff's Sgt. Randolph Romero, 50, is accused of third-degree assault, a first class misdemeanor.
Muslim inmates in Adams County will be guaranteed access to Qurans after the sheriff’s office settles lawsuit
The settlement calls for Adams County to ensure that Muslim inmates always have access to religious materials and sack meals at night during Ramadan.
The Friday night before Mother's Day, Nita Mosby Tyler had an idea. "Let's bail someone out of jail."
Denver sheriff’s deputies got 10- and 16-day suspensions after an inmate died, while a deputy who skipped out early on work got 30
It's not that use of force never draws harsh penalties.
An attorney representing Michael Marshall's family and the city's independent police monitor both called the discipline inadequate.
About 60,000 people now involved in lawsuit claiming forced labor at Aurora immigration detention center
A group of nine people have scored a significant legal victory in their lawsuit against the private company that operates the immigration detention center in Aurora where they were held.
The incident happened the afternoon of Jan. 28, 2016, at the Downtown Detention Center, according to a letter from the city of Denver.
An investigation into the death of a Boulder County Jail inmate has found deputies failed to conduct welfare checks on the woman as frequently as they should have.
Maybe it's the price premium that consumers are willing to shell out for organic and natural foods.
Denver Sheriff’s Department’s new use of force policy emphasizes what deputies should do, not what they can get away with legally
The new rules will "hopefully" result in fewer deaths in Denver's jail, fewer lawsuits, fewer large pay-outs to the families of inmates, said Al LaCabe.