Colorado legislators passed a half-dozen bills this session to increase oversight on law enforcement in response to public outcry over allegations of police misconduct in the state and nationally.
Colorado legislators passed a half-dozen bills this session increasing oversight on law enforcement, including encouraging the use of officer-worn body cameras, revamping training and strengthening the public’s right to record police activity.
Colorado senators have delayed debate on a bill to direct Colorado to join other states in ratcheting back how law enforcement agencies from taking someone’s property through the asset forfeiture process.
More than 200 people have gathered in downtown Denver to support law-enforcement officers after the slayings of two New York police and a series of protests against officer abuse.
People in Berthoud are now seeing how much they will have to pay for law enforcement after their police department dissolved.
Some may think in this day and age that our elected leaders cannot come together and agree on anything. However, Colorado lawmakers proved them wrong this week on a very important issue.
For America’s big cities: the people who are supposed to have, need to have, and claim to have all the answers simply don’t have a clue.