Sen. King to serve on criminal justice commission

By: KKCO Email
By: KKCO Email

DENVER, Colo. (KKCO) “It is an honor to serve on a commission that works towards the betterment of Colorado’s criminal justice system,” said King. “It is important that we continue to look for ways to reduce recidivism rates while also ensuring that current resources are being used efficiently.”

The commission focuses on enhancing public safety, ensuring justice and protecting the rights of victims. They meet monthly to discuss potential legislation and ways to improve the criminal justice system throughout the state.

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  • by Any Difference? Location: Gj on Jun 25, 2012 at 06:23 AM
    This is what king has done his whole political career! Has he offered anything but law enforcement related legislation? NO! Now he gets another political resume builder and bet he will spend spend spend more of taxpayers and my money without any regard for what it took to make it! this sets up perfectly for his option to take hilkeys seat in 2 years. no doubt we will see his horrible 5 nanograms bill once again. bored already talking about this guy.
  • by Taxpayer Location: GJ on Jun 24, 2012 at 07:06 PM
    Never trust a mustachioed baby-face. Injustice system…cops r@ping while in uniform….child r@ping cops…shooting unarmed suspects…felony criminal mischief on the homeless….unnecessary adrenaline-fueled police chases taking the lives of the innocent… allowing drunk driving blonds to go free for a little cleavage - minutes before their death on I-70…D.A.’s sons with underage drinking party at his home…I could go on - imagine what we don’t know.
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      by Say What on Jun 24, 2012 at 09:36 PM in reply to Taxpayer
      I'll bet you don't pay taxes either... (except maybe the sales tax on your beer & smokes)
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        by Taxpayer on Jun 25, 2012 at 01:50 AM in reply to Say What
        Then you’d bet wrong. Not only my own but payroll liabilities for others every week…but I doubt you know what those are.
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