Department of Corrections
Parolees who remove or tamper with their electronic monitoring device would be subject to immediate arrest under a bill approved by the Colorado House.
More than 160 inmates in five Colorado prisons are sick with a mysterious virus.
A proposal aimed at reducing the use of solitary confinement for prisoners with serious mental illness has won unanimous approval in the state Senate.
Dozens of inmates have been quarantined at the Territorial Correctional Facility in Canon City.
Democrats have rejected a proposal to give Colorado prisons the power to revoke inmates’ earned time, saying the measure raised safety concerns and discouraged good behavior.
Colorado prisons would have the power to revoke inmates’ earned time for any reason, or if they have committed a violent crime while incarcerated, with a bill given initial approval Thursday in the House.
The Colorado Department of Corrections has chosen a new leader for its much criticized parole division.
A Saudi man convicted of sexually assaulting his housekeeper and treating her as a virtual slave is trying to get his sentence reduced.
Police in Denver will host a community notification meeting about a sexually violent predator who has been released from the Department of Corrections.
The head of Colorado prisons told lawmakers his department needs to improve the monitoring of parolees, and that officials are considering using cell phones instead of electronic bracelets to do so.