Tag:Colorado Attorney General

Colorado AG Gives Insight Into Upcoming Privacy Act

As cybersecurity concerns grow, the Colorado Privacy Act will soon take hold in the ever-evolving world of data.

Defendant Sentenced to 16 Years in Bike Shop Burglary Case

Austin Butler was sentenced to 16 years in state prison for an approximately $1.5 million vehicle theft and bike shop burglary spree.

Town Hall Held After Release of Aurora’s Consent Decree Report

A town hall was held Aug. 9 after the first report was released involving the oversight of public safety changes in Aurora.

First Report Released For Aurora’s Consent Decree, Town Hall Scheduled

The first report has been released involved in overseeing the city of Aurora’s implementation of public safety changes.

Colorado Attorney General Concludes Investigation into Victim Rights Act Violations in 12th Judicial District

A several month long investigation into the 12th Judicial District Attorney’s Office involving the Victim Rights Act has come to a close.

AG Weiser Announces $1.25 Million Multistate Settlement in Carnival Data Breach

AG Weiser announced Carnival will pay $24,752.87 to the state of Colorado after a 2019 data breach compromised the personal information of 3,037 Colorado residents.

Aurora Police Consent Decree Monitor Holds First Townhall

The independent monitor selected to oversee progress made by the city of Aurora in its policing practices held its first town hall.

Consent Decree Agreement Reached Between Aurora and Colorado AG Addressing Systemic Public Safety Changes

Aurora and AG Weiser have reached a final agreement in principle on the terms of a consent decree to resolve issues identified in a September report.