Oct 23, 2020
By Michael Booth
The Colorado Sun
Greeley Police Department Commander Rafael Gutierrez does not long for a simpler past, when dispatchers would get a call for someone threatening suicide and his only realistic option was handcuffs and a short stay on high watch in jail.
Such an episode would typically be followed by a quick release back to the community, and within days or weeks, they’d receive the exact same call about the exact same person.more » Read More
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