Attorney General praises the U.S. Senate’s confirmation of U.S. Marshal John Kammerzell

DENVER — Colorado Attorney General John Suthers praised the U.S. Senate’s vote on Christmas Eve to confirm the director of the Colorado Peace Officer Standards and Training Board, John Kammerzell, as Colorado’s next U.S. Marshal.

“I am pleased to see that the U.S. Senate has confirmed John as Colorado’s next U.S. Marshal,” Suthers said. “John has dedicated his life to public service and public safety. He has done a great job at the Department of Law as the POST director. I look forward to watching him continue his career as one of Colorado’s top federal law enforcement leaders.”

Kammerzell was the director of the Peace Officer Standards and Training program from February 2001 through December 2009. Prior to joining the Office of the Attorney General, Kammerzell served in a variety of roles in Colorado’s law enforcement community, including being the elected sheriff in Rio Grande County.

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