Murphy Robinson, Denver's Director Of Public Safety, Announces DepartureDenver's Director of Public Safety, Murphy Robinson, will leave his post in January 2022.
Denver Public Safety Manager Murphy Robinson Accuses Councilwoman Candi CdeBaca's Chief Of Staff Of Discriminating Against White Staff MemberDenver Public Safety Manager Murphy Robinson says Denver City Councilwoman Candi CdeBaca's former Chief of Staff refused to meet with his new city council liaison because she's white.
Explosion At Denver Homeless Encampment Underscores Risk Of Propane Tanks In Many CampsThere is growing concern over propane tanks in homeless encampments after an explosion caused an encampment in North Denver to go up in flames.
Drug Lab Inside Denver Homeless Camp Causes Explosion, City Finds 30 Propane TanksMore than 30 propane tanks were inside a homeless encampment that exploded in Denver and it was clear they were being used for some sort of drug lab.
Path To Police Reform Looks Bumpier Than Expected In DenverThe Task Force to Reimagine Policing and Public Safety started after the Black Lives Matter protests eight months ago. Now, Denver police officers and the Department of Safety have pulled out of the community-led effort.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock Designates Murphy Robinson As Deputy MayorDenver Mayor Michael Hancock designated Murphy Robinson as Deputy Mayor for 2021.
'100% Heightened Awareness': Denver Public Safety Director Prepares for Possible Post-Election Unrest As Thousands Plan To ProtestIn a first for an election, he is activating the city's emergency operations center and public safety command post as well as working with federal law enforcement and both state parties.
'This Was A Riot': Denver City Leaders Vow To Hold Suspects Accountable"The public needs to know that you do not represent us. Stop using the color of my skin to tear up my city."
New Denver Safety Director Calls Violence From Rioters 'Despicable', Says What Has Happened 'Hurts My Heart'Murphy Robinson, 31, was named Denver’s Manager of Safety in late May in the midst of a pandemic.