DENVER—Colorado Attorney General John Suthers today announced that the Peace Officer Standards and Trainings Board (POST) rolled out new curriculum in 2014 designed to better prepare law enforcement for emergencies in schools. The training brings new elements of crime prevention, intervention and enforcement that are unique to basic school resource officer (SRO) training.
DENVER—Colorado Attorney General John Suthers today announced that a Douglas County jury has found an investigator with the Douglas County Coroner’s Office, Carter Kimball Lord (D.O.B. 03/04/47) guilty of embezzlement and forgery. In October 2012, the Criminal Justice Section of the Attorney General’s Office filed a complaint against Lord accusing him of embezzling firearms from the Douglas County Coroner’s Office. An investigation led by the Colorado Bureau of Investigations uncovered the facts surrounding this case.
DENVER—Nearly 3,850 foreclosed borrowers in Colorado will soon receive notice that they may be eligible to receive payments as part of a $2.1 billion state-federal settlement with Ocwen Financial Corporation and its subsidiary, Ocwen Loan Servicing. The settlement regarding servicing misconduct was announced by The Colorado Attorney General’s Office, 48 additional states and the District of Columbia, as well as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB).
DENVER—With receipt of $225,000, the state has resolved a case in which 615 Coloradans were financially harmed by a Texas-based debt-settlement company that was operating illegally in Colorado. The Consumer Protection Section of the Attorney General’s Office has entered a stipulation and final agency order with the now defunct CreditAnswers and its Chief Executive Officer William Loughborough (D.O.B. 11/02/62).
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