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    Revisiting Traffic Enforcement: Denver Decriminalizes Minor Motor Infractions 

    May 21, 2024
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    According to a new policy “to prioritize the enforcement of safety-related traffic incidents and improve Denver Police Department response times to other calls,” Denver police will spend less time on enforcing traffic violations in the capital city. 

    In response to the news, many took to social media to whine about the government not taking crime seriously. Denver, of course, is one of the least safe cities in the nation. 

    But traffic laws are largely a taxation scheme, and the new policy targets minor infractions, not matters of public safety. 

    According to KDVR, the city's new policy means police officers in Denver are no longer pulling drivers over for "minor traffic infractions." The policy went into effect on May 1.

    That raises an important question: What other traffic enforcement mechanism should we revisit?

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    Ashe Epp

    Ashe Epp is a local writer and a Colorado Free Press contributor. You can find more from Ashe at linktr.ee/asheinamerica.
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