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New Police Monitor In Denver Gets Bigger Budget, Larger Staff

DENVER (CBS4) – Denver’s new police monitor will have more staff and a higher budget than his predecessor.

The Denver Post reports Nicholas Mitchell will have a deputy monitor and a second research analyst. His staff will be eight instead of six.

There will also be a budget of $853,000 compared to $626,000 this year.

Mitchell replaces Richard Rosenthal, who went to British Columbia to become its first independent police monitor.

LINK: Denver Independent Monitor’s Office

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