Denver's Director Of Safety Replaced, Moves To Different City PositionDenver's Director of Safety, Stephanie O'Malley, will be replaced and she will move to a different position within the City of Denver.
Denver Manager Of Safety Expands Job SearchDenver's Public Safety Department may need new leadership soon as the current Manager of Safety, Stephanie O'Malley, has expanded her job hunt.
Denver Deputy Director Of Safety FiredDenver's Deputy Director of Safety, Chris Lujan, was fired Friday according to multiple sources familiar with the situation.
Denver Manager Of Safety Sought Judge JobStephanie O'Malley, Executive Director of the Denver Department of Public Safety, is apparently seeking a new job.
Denver Sheriff Commanders Face Hearings In Preferential Treatment InvestigationTwo top commanders at the Denver Sheriff Department face disciplinary hearings into how they handled the jailing of the granddaughter of former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb.
Denver Deputies Notified Of Possible Discipline In Jail Death CaseDenver Sheriff Department deputies have been notified they are facing potential disciplinary action for their conduct in the case of Michael Marshall, a Denver jail inmate who died in 2015.
Denver Cadet Manager Fired For BullyingCBS4 has learned the woman who managed Denver’s public safety cadet program has been fired for bullying cadets, calling female cadets “bitches,” inappropriate touching and what was termed “coarse and crass behavior.”
Investigation Underway Into Jail Handling Of Webb Family MemberCBS4 has learned that the Denver Sheriffs Department has initiated an internal affairs investigation into a Denver Sheriffs Captain’s handling of an inmate last week – the inmate is the niece of Denver’s Manager of Safety, and the granddaughter of former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb.
Community Leaders Focus On Reconciliation, Healing In Shooting AftermathProtesters, community leaders and others are expressing their anger, grief and sadness over the violent events involving police officers across the nation this week. Denver's mayor expressed the need for healing.
Colorado Leaders React To Orlando Massacre, Vigils PlannedThe massacre at an Orlando nightclub that claimed 50 lives early Sunday is the worst mass shooting in U.S. history and it has prompted Coloradans to show their support.
DOC Names Officer Involved In Incident That Led To Shooting At Motorcycle ExpoThe Colorado Department of Corrections has released the name of an employee involved an incident that led to a deadly shooting and stabbing at the National Western Complex on Saturday.
1 Year Later, DPD 'Double Dip' Case UnresolvedMore than a year after a CBS4 investigation showed a Denver police officer confessing to "double dipping," the police internal affairs case is still open and unresolved due to “personnel law,” according to the Denver Police Department.
Denver Manager Of Safety Regrets 'Tip Off Text'Denver’s manager of safety says if she had it to do over, she would not send a text message to a friend on the fire department warning him about personnel complaints against him.
DPD Investigating Interim Denver Sheriff Following Suspect ReleaseThe Denver Police Department is investigating interim Denver Sheriff Elias Diggins following accusations he set free a man who was in custody on an active misdemeanor assault warrant. This just days after Diggins apologized for what he called "inappropriate" comments made during a telephone call he didn’t know was being recorded.
Ethics Complaint Filed Against Safety Manager Following CBS4 InvestigationCBS4 has learned an ethics complaint was filed against Denver Manager of Safety Stephanie O’Malley based on what was revealed in a CBS4 Investigation earlier this month.