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Nov 05, 2015
DENVER – Executive Director of Public Safety Stephanie Y. O’Malley today provided an update on the City’s continued work over the past 30 days to implement reform within the Sheriff Department. “In addition to the important, ongoing creation of action plans for each reform recommendation, attention has been paid to the development of a master implementation plan,” said Executive Director O’Malley. “The master plan will help us minimize overlap amongst the Implementation Action Teams’ work, inform the timing of activities across the reform effort, and guide the remainder of the implementation process.”
Oct 16, 2015
DENVER – Mayor Michael B. Hancock today appointed Patrick Firman as the next Sheriff for the City and County of Denver. Firman will lead a department undergoing an extensive reform process, and will work alongside the Implementation Team led by Executive Director of Safety Stephanie O’Malley to effect the recommendations provided in the comprehensive report for reform of the Denver Sheriff Department.
Oct 09, 2015
The Denver Sheriff Department today warned local residents to be on alert for callers claiming to be sheriff officers asking for money. The department never calls anyone asking for money
Oct 07, 2015
"Over the past month we have devoted a considerable amount of effort to the creation of implementation action plans for the 400+ recommendations received during the reform effort"
Sep 27, 2015
The Denver Sheriff Department is deeply saddened at the passing of Deputy Anthony Petranilli. He was severely injured in a motorcycle accident last Thursday afternoon.
Sep 03, 2015
Honors Commitment to Keep Community Apprised
Executive Director of Public Safety Stephanie Y. O’Malley today released a comprehensive summary of the City’s work over the last 30 days to reform the Sheriff Department.
Aug 03, 2015
Executive Director of Public Safety Stephanie Y. O’Malley today provided an update on the City’s work to reform the Sheriff Department, outlining the efforts that have transpired in the last 30 days. “Reviewing, prioritizing and implementing the 400+ recommendations received during the reform effort is a significant endeavor that will take time to complete in a responsible manner,” said Executive Director O’Malley. “Recommendations suggest the outcomes that need to be achieved. Implementing recommendations requires measured thought and strategies.”
May 21, 2015
Mayor Michael B. Hancock, Executive Director of Public Safety Stephanie O’Malley and Sheriff Elias Diggins today joined members of the independent assessment team to release its comprehensive report for reform of the Denver Sheriff Department, and to launch the search for Denver’s next Sheriff.
May 14, 2015
Inmates in Denver jails who are HIV-positive will be supplied with antiretroviral drugs by the state government, as part of a new program which will ensure people don’t run out of medication when they are released from jail.
May 13, 2015
They say food in jail is awful. Think bland oatmeal, dry bologna and stale bread rolls. But at the Denver Sheriff Department, the food served to inmates is both tasty and nutritious. That’s because the head of the kitchens is no ordinary cook.