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Judge rules Denver D.A. should have prosecuted deputy for attacking inmate

Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey should have prosecuted a sheriff’s deputy for attacking a shackled inmate in a courtroom, a judge ruled Friday evening. Still,...

District Attorney Mitch Morrissey’s failure to prosecute deputy lands him in...

Anthony Waller is no choirboy. He has a long and violent criminal history, a disdain for law enforcement and a reputation in the Denver...

Will Hancock’s reform strategy fix Denver’s broken sheriff’s department?

Mayor Michael Hancock is responding to a scathing report about the city’s dysfunctional sheriff's department by relying on the same people responsible for years...

Exclusive video: Denver deputy belted, then kicked inmate who posed no...

  This is the video Mayor Michael Hancock’s administration doesn’t want you to see. On its own, it’s disturbing enough. It shows Denver Sheriff’s...

Denver Sheriff’s Department talks ‘matrix,’ but we need justice

The city’s position is that its hands are tied by the “matrix” – the legal framework used to mete out discipline in misconduct cases. The punishment for committing this Jim Crow-type brutality was a 30-day suspension.

Black pastors denounce Denver Sheriff’s Department for ‘Jim Crow-like behavior’

Outraged by misconduct in the Denver Sheriff’s Department, a coalition of African-American pastors is demanding that Mayor Michael Hancock’s administration implement reform.

Web-distracted Denver sheriff’s deputy let inmate waltz free

The Deputy was surfing Craigslist and munching Corn Flakes when he let the inmate walk out of the jail. A long night of additional blunders followed.

Unresponsive: Denver officials refuse comment on videotaped courtroom attack

“It’s reprehensible that leadership doesn’t have enough backbone to stand up and say this is wrong,” said Rev. Reginald Holmes, pastor of Denver’s New Covenant Christian Church/Alpha Omega Ministries.

Unaware: Sheriffs ‘unknowingly’ assigned rogue deputy to train colleagues

DENVER -- After suspending a deputy for slamming an inmate into a window and misleading investigators about the attack, the Denver Sheriff's Department assigned him to train other officers on how to handle volatile situations and how to write official reports about use-of-force incidents.

Unprovoked: Courtroom video shows Denver sheriff’s deputy attacking shackled inmate

Denver’s safety department waited a year to discipline a sheriff’s deputy for grabbing an inmate appearing before a judge and slamming him into a wall.
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