We have fielded numerous inquiries about Colorado’s Senate Bill 217 and what it means to peace officers in Colorado. Many officers are worried about what this means for their career and livelihood. City / County / Town attorneys can provide information about the bill as it pertains to your relationship with the agency, but they don’t represent officers individually, so their interests are in the entity they represent, not in your interests as an individual.
Our attorneys at Front Line Law are experienced attorneys at representing police officers through critical incidents (officer involved shootings); employment matters, internal affairs investigations, discipline / termination appeals, and civil cases including federal lawsuits for civil rights violations. We represent officers individually, and are here to protect the interests of the officers and their families.
We know these are trying times for peace officers all over Colorado. We are extending an invitation to ask us questions you may have about the implications of the new law in Colorado. We are available to meet with your groups, including FOP Lodges, union meetings, association meetings, or just an informal gathering of officers that may be concerned. Please let us know how we can help. You can message us through social media, or call us directly at 720-282-1266.