Manager Of Safety
CBS4 has learned that the Denver Police Department has officially demoted Captain Joe Black to the rank of lieutenant after he was seen on videotape shoving a fan at Coors Field last summer.
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.
A Denver Public Safety Cadet, placed on leave earlier this month for making an unauthorized traffic stop, has been reinstated to his job following a three week investigation.
CBS4 has learned that a Denver Public Safety cadet has been placed on leave and is the subject of an investigation after the cadet was accused of making an unauthorized traffic stop Thursday morning on Interstate 25.
A Denver sheriff’s deputy cleared of criminal charges for slapping a female inmate is now attempting to get her job back. Read CBS4 Investigator Brian Maass’ report.
Two Denver Police Officers who were fired after scuffling with customers outside the Denver Diner and then accused of lying about it, can have their jobs back.
Denver’s new Manager of Safety said he knows it’ll be a tough job. Alex Martinez stepped down this week as a Colorado Supreme Court judge to take on the position.
Colorado Supreme Court Justice Alex J. Martinez will step away from the state’s highest court to serve as Denver’s Manager of Safety.
Certainly the Denver police union and many outspoken critics of the Garcia are happy he is leaving. However, I believe there must be some police officers, who will obviously want to stay anonymous, who respected Garcia and his efforts to eliminate the very few bad apples that were giving the entire force a bad name.
Denver’s Manager of Safety has resigned after six months on the job. During that time, Charles Garcia fired eight Denver police officers for lying or excessive force.