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LATEST NEWS FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF SAFETY

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Feb 14, 2019

Public Integrity Division Names Executive Advisory Board

The Public Integrity Division (PID), a part of Denver's Department of Public Safety, is taking its first major step towards becoming operational with the appointment of the 15-member Executive Advisory Board.

Dec 19, 2018

Department of Public Safety Waives Pretrial Electronic Monitoring Fees

The Denver Department of Public Safety eliminated fees charged to individuals who are required to submit to electronic monitoring as a condition of their pretrial release. The decision aligns with the department’s vision for the Denver Opportunity Index, which includes addressing financial instability, behavioral health and people left behind by Denver’s recent prosperity.

Dec 13, 2018

Mayor Hancock Launches Public Integrity Division

Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Executive Director of Public Safety Troy Riggs today announced the creation of the Public Integrity Division (PID), a civilian arm of the Department of Public Safety (DOS) that will be responsible for investigating complaints of misconduct for the Denver Sheriff Department (DSD) and reviewing investigations for potential rule violations.

Dec 11, 2018

Volunteers Help End Revolving Door of Mentally Ill & Homeless in Jail

Shannon Clifford's journey through life is an against-all-odds kind of story. Homeless at age 18, addicted to drugs and mentally ill, he became a regular at Denver jail.

Oct 24, 2018

Department of Public Safety Launches Denver Opportunity Index

Today, Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Executive Director of Public Safety Troy Riggs launched the Denver Opportunity Index (DOI), a philosophical shift in public safety service delivery focused on identifying opportunities for strategic collaboration that will help improve residents' quality of life, thereby enhancing public safety for everyone in Denver.

Oct 24, 2018

Community is invited to weigh in on the Denver Opportunity Index

In a city where neighborhood poverty rates vary widely, Denver public safety officials turn to statistics to prevent crime before it happens.

 

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