How Denver Has Cut Its Bulging Jail Population

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Denver’s jail population is on the decline after reaching near-crisis levels last winter, and officials hope that several new practices will continue to reduce the number of people who spend time in the city’s two jails, the Denver Post reports. In February, the Denver Sheriff Department faced criticism from its deputies’ union and community activists, who said crowded conditions were prompting more . . .

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