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Feb 05, 2018

Troy Riggs Appointed Executive Director of Public Safety, Stephanie O’Malley Tapped to Expand Opportunities for Denver’s Minority Communities

Mayor Michael B. Hancock today announced the appointment of Troy Riggs as Denver’s new Executive Director of the Department of Public Safety to oversee the Police, Fire and Sheriff’s Departments, Denver 911, Community Corrections, Safety Youth Programs and gang reduction initiatives. Riggs joined the Department of Public Safety last year as Deputy Director.

Feb 02, 2018

Mayor Hancock Awards $20,000 in Race and Justice Mini-Grants

Mayor Michael B. Hancock today awarded $20,000 in Race and Justice Mini-Grants to residents and civic organizations to develop community driven projects that will help Denver continue to be a welcoming, accepting and inclusive city.

Jan 30, 2018

Mayor Hancock Releases Statement Following State of the Union Address

Mayor Michael B. Hancock today released the following statement in reaction to President Trump’s State of the Union Address

Jan 25, 2018

14 Mayors and CEOs Across U.S. Launch New Push to Protect, Expand Federal Investment in Affordable Housing and Homeless Services

Today, U.S. mayors representing 13 million Americans joined with a diverse set of powerful U.S. businesses to launch Mayors & CEOs for U.S. Housing Investment, a first-of-its-kind coalition of local government and business leaders collaborating to advance public-private partnerships that tackle affordable housing and homelessness and actively oppose current funding cuts.

Jan 24, 2018

Mayor Hancock Statement on Department of Justice Letter

Mayor Michael B. Hancock released the following statement in response to the letter sent to Denver from the Department of Justice demanding documents and threatening to subpoena.



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