A Denver Sheriff Department deputy who told a suicidal inmate “just die” and used vulgar language toward another inmate’s mother will be suspended without pay for 10 days.
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Denver Sheriff Patrick Firman has ordered an audit of his records management unit this week because deputies have continued to make mistakes when releasing inmates from jail — either too soon or too late.
The Denver Sheriff Department fired three deputies within a two-week period for using excessive force against inmates. Deputy William Jackson and Deputy Steven Roybal were terminated on June 27, and Deputy Monwell Fuller was terminated on July 12, according to their disciplinary letters obtained by The Denver Post through an open records request.
A new policy modernized the Denver Sheriff Department’s policy for pregnant deputies.
The training for Denver Sheriff Department deputies on how to deal with inmates in crisis is nerve-wracking. Actors wearing jail uniforms scream in hysterics, flail and even stuff wads of tissue up their noses to simulate real life inside a detention center. During a recent training exercise, Denver Sheriff Department Deputy Tim Moore kept his voice […]
The Denver Sheriff Department’s new use of force policy released Thursday morning overhauls the way deputies think and how they respond to problems within the city’s two jails and it includes lessons learned from past cases where inmates were killed behind bars.
The Denver Elections Division, the Denver Sheriff’s Department and the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition have partnered on the program.