Denver, Colorado , United States
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|Info||� Prosecuted cases for over seven year as a Denver Deputy District Attorney and Chief Deputy D.A. for the citizens of Denver. |
� Prosecuted 100's of cases - all levels of crime: murder, rape and fraud.
� Prosecuted the "Babysitter Rapist" who sexually assaulted babysitters and children - still in prison on a 99 year sentence.
� Prosecuted one of the first child abuse-murder cases in Denver resulting in convictions of both mother and boyfriend for the death of a three year old girl.
� Taught trial skills nationally and locally with National Institute for Trial Advocacy
� Appointed Denver's Manager of Safety 1991-1994; managed one of the largest departments of the city with a $170 million budget and over 3,000 employees
� Established Police Impact Teams to target gangs as a result of the 1993 "Summer of Violence"
� Instituted cutting edge communications technology for the police and fire departments
� Implemented the first Civilian Review Board
� Co-managed the successful Pope's visit
� Currently supervise lawyers and staff as Deputy Attorney General for Litigation, Colorado Attorney General's office
Experienced Community Leader
� Named 2000 Woman of the Year - Women's Leadership Coalition
� Outstanding Young Lawyer of the year - Denver Bar Association 1985
� First Chair of SEATS for Kids providing loaner car seats to low income children
� Founding member and former President of the Colorado Women's Bar Association
� Member - Colorado Supreme Court Nominating Commission
� Board member - Colorado Legal Services providing services to low income families
� Advisory Board Member - Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youngsters
� Board Member - Junior League Community Advisory Board
Experienced in Crime Prevention
� Started Mayor Webb's Safe City program and served as the first Director
� Established a program to distribute $1,000,000 for community prevention of violence by and against youth
� Created the Juvenile Curfew Program to keep kids and our neighborhoods safe at night resulting in a 25% reduction in juvenile crime.