A former top administrator with the Denver Sheriff’s Department, fired last month, said in an exclusive interview with CBS4 he believes his termination was trumped up and politically motivated.
In a nearly unheard of move, Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has blasted Denver’s manager of safety for what the veteran prosecutor calls “irresponsible” behavior.
Denver sheriff’s deputies are protesting what they see as a lack of support from city officials after recent high-profile misconduct case
Elias Diggins, the interim Denver sheriff, will not seek the permanent job, according to multiple sources familiar with the situation.
A Denver police dispatcher has been fired after failing to relay key information to officers responding to a woman who was killed 12 minutes into a 911 call.
The Denver Police Protective Association has asked Denver’s manager of safety to launch an official investigation into department leaks to the news media regarding internal affairs cases.
Following cries that wording on some downtown parking meters was misleading and deceptive, the city of Denver has decided to go back and alter the signage on thousands of parking meters downtown to make it more clear that drivers have to pay for overnight parking.
Colorado’s afternoon storms are enough to cause street flooding, and it doesn’t take much for water to overpower cars stuck in the middle of a flash flood.
Denver is considering changing thousands of downtown parking meters. Critics say the new wording on them is flat out misleading and deceptive.
Denver’s Public Works Department says there’s nothing it can do about one of its parking agents who is using his handicapped placard to park for his entire 8-hour work shift at a handicapped spot.