Almost two months after the nonprofit group stopped using the home, it’s unclear that Fair Share Jobs provided any substantial benefit to the City of Aurora in recruiting candidates for municipal work.
“Falco’s history establishes a pattern of conduct where, even after receiving substantial discipline for violations, Officer Falco repeatedly continues to disregard directives,” the commission wrote.
AURORA | An Arapahoe County judge will now decide whether an Aurora police officer filed for violating several department policies should get his job back. In an appeal filed Monday morning, Aurora City Attorney Charlie Richardson argues that the city’s Civil Service Commission erred when they reinstated Officer Chris Falco earlier this month. Falco, 42, […]
So if you get the boot as a cop in Aurora, you have serious problems. Clearly, Falco has serious problems.