This special, ongoing series by The Gazette examines Colorado's criminal justice system, and will explore topics like recent reforms to the juvenile justice system, Colorado's high-recidivism parole program, culture changes at the state's prisons and the state's handling of female convicts.
The FBI is investigating whether the former CEO of a Colorado Springs halfway house program, ComCor, stole more than $1 million from the nonprofit.
Colorado's criminal justice reforms are delivering a more violent mix of offenders to the state's troubled community corrections system.
The Gazette today launches its first installment in an ongoing look at Colorado's criminal justice system.
The halfway house in Denver that J. H. was sent to after a stint in prison for his third drunken-driving conviction remains a nightmare.
At one Colorado halfway house delivering better outcomes than other programs in the state, residents are eager to share their stories of succe…
COVID-19 cases in Colorado’s corrections system have shot up in recent weeks, putting the rate of infections inside prisons, jails and halfway houses far above the rate for all other Coloradans while a previously unreleased state report predicts the virus will cause hundreds of deaths in Colorado prisons.
Members of a state board that writes the rules for how Colorado sex offenders are supervised voted on policy revisions that benefited their fi…
A former Anadarko senior reservoir engineer, who relocated to Colorado after becoming a whistleblower, contends in federal court documents that the executives fraudulently inflated the value of one of the firm's oil fields.