Grayson Robinson is now leading the Denver Sheriff Department’s Internal Affairs Bureau on an interim basis for the next 12 months. In his new role, Robinson will tackle the department’s backlog of roughly 150 internal affairs cases. Prior to his recent appointment, Robinson was the sheriff of Colorado’s Arapahoe County for 12 years, retiring earlier this year. Robinson has also served as a commissioner of the Colorado Criminal and Juvenile Justice Commission, and was a member of the Colorado Justice Assistance Board for ten years. He is a former member of the Board of Directors of the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force and continues to serve on the Executive Board of the National Police Research Platform of the National Institute of Justice.
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