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July 11, 2013 (6610 reads)
The Denver Police Department will be changing their district and precinct boundaries on Sunday July 14th.

The main goals of this effort are to:

  1. Balance workload and staffing
  2. Reduce the number of precincts and make them larger. Redesign precincts based on number of hours spent on 911 calls, crime types, workload, geographic issues and neighborhood integrity.
  3. The new precincts will have more officers assigned to them which will lead to better police service, and allow for officer flexibility to address emerging issues, and more time to focus on crime prevention.

The changeover will be virtually seamless, so the public should not notice any adverse impact to their calls for service. The new maps will be available online for public viewing on Sunday July 14, 2013 as soon as the changes take effect.

July 10, 2013 (935 reads)
Christina Ashley, a veteran member of the Unit, decided that because of the huge influx of sex offender registrations, she would take on the responsibility for sex offender de-registrations starting in June of 2011. This was a monumental undertaking! During the last two years, while working closely with Detective Bourgeois, she has been going through, fixing, modifying, and cataloging all of the de-registrations of Denver’s sex offenders, and has been diligently working at getting them into proper order. She works on them daily in addition to her other duties. Read more...

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