Denver Manager Of Safety
Former Denver Manager of Safety Fidel ‘Butch’ Montoya has called on the current Deputy Manager of Safety, Jess Vigil, to resign after a CBS4 Investigation uncovered online comments from Vigil’s daughter saying her father hates the police officers whose disciplinary cases he is ruling on.
The grown daughter of Denver’s deputy manager of safety says her father is a “hater of police” who “hates his job because he has to follow the rules and they’re always skewed towards cops,” according to a CBS4 investigation.
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.
CBS4 has learned that the city of Denver has fired two Denver police officers for a 2010 incident where they tried to play a practical joke on a fellow officer.
Denver’s new safety manager says the current system of police discipline is too slow and cumbersome.
The Denver Sheriff’s Department has been ordered to reinstate a deputy who was fired over what the sheriff’s department and the manager of safety viewed as a case of excessive force and lying.
Denver Manager of Safety Alex Martinez wants a review of the Denver police take-home car policy.
Hiring Colorado Supreme Court Justice Alex Martinez as his Manager of Safety was a huge step in the right direction for Mayor Michael Hancock, CBSDenver.com blogger Dominic Dezzutti writes.
Denver’s manager of safety fired yet another police detective Wednesday for lying during the course of a hit-and-run accident investigation.
Denver’s new manager of safety suspended two Denver police officers without pay on Tuesday.