The Denver Police Department investigates formal complaints against officers twice as quickly as it did two years ago, thanks in part to recent efforts to streamline the disciplinary process,
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Just one person in five believed they received enough information to cast an informed vote in last year’s ill-fated contests for the first Police and Crime Commissioners, the elections watchdog said today.
(3 months and 3 days ago)
Tue, 26 Feb 2013 05:14:20 GMTBy TRICIA L. NADOLNY Monitor staffA Pembroke man charged with trying to hire a hitman to kill his ex-girlfriend has been denied his request for a change of venue after his lawyer argued that the Monitor’s regular coverage of his case will make it impossible to select an impartial jury in ...
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The leading cause of death in Florida among children ages 1 to 4 is drowning. That’s according to the 2011 verified “Deaths by Injury” report from the Florida Department of Health’s Office of Vital Statistics. “Florida leads the country in drowning death...
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Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg said of the Justice Department’s arguments in favor of a monitor: “I don’t know what experience they have in the streets of New York City.”
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Sheriff’s office confirms 3-year-old boy’s drowning The Crow Wing County Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday confirmed the drowning of a 3-year-old boy who was found near the shoreline of Edna Lake at about 6:30 p.m. Monday. Emergency services and area law enforcement responded to a report. The child was located near the shoreline by family members. Attempts to revive the child were...
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The move continues front office changes in both Sacramento and Denver
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A committee of the Council of Europe, the continent's main human rights and democracy watchdog, recommends monitoring Hungary.
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New hire who opted out of office pool will gets piece of lottery windfall.
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The city of Denver could be held financially responsible for "future misconduct" if a Denver police corporal is allowed to return to work, the city attorney's office argued Monday in an appeal
(3 months and 17 days ago)
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