The president of the Colorado Fraternal Order of Police is asking that one of Denver’s top public safety officials step down after it was revealed the man’s daughter said her father is a “hater of police.”
This Friday Safety Youth Programs diversion officers and Denver police officers will begin actively enforcing Denver’s curfew ordinance through the end of September
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.
Denver’s police chief is stepping up outreach after the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old girl in January sparked protests.
A defaced memorial to fallen police officers has led to major backlash that includes the president of the police union, the police chief and a community group said to be responsible for the vandalism.
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 the City of Denver fired Sheriff’s Department Division Chief Frank Gale Wednesday after a six month internal investigation.
Denver’s auditor claims the sheriff’s department is interfering with his investigation into the troubled department.
Denver’s Police Protective Association, which represents the majority of Denver police officers, said they plan to meet with Denver Mayor Michael Hancock to discuss the potential merger of the Denver Police and Sheriff’s Departments.