Denver police officers began voting Monday on a new contract that will call for them to reap 10 percent in salary increases over the next 3 years; increases one Denver police patrolman called “a gold mine.”
The City of Denver is appealing the reduced suspension given to a Denver Sheriff’s deputy who mistakenly released the wrong inmate from the city jail in 2012.
In a unanimous vote, the Colorado Court of Appeals has decided the City of Denver was wrong in firing a Denver Sheriff’s Deputy over a 2009 incident that the City believed was an example of excessive force.
A series of mistakes by a south metro car dealership resulted in a retired couple from Centennial ending up in the middle of a high-risk police sting involving an electronic tracking device, pulled guns, handcuffs and a temporary arrest.
Citing “insufficient evidence” the Adams County District Attorney will not file any criminal charges against former Northglenn Police Commander Jeremy Sloan who was accused of burglarizing the home of this then-estranged wife, Jamie Matheney.
Twenty-five years after an airplane’s crash into an Iowa cornfield killed 111 passengers, one crew member continues to push for children’s safety aboard flights.
Rental car workers at Denver International Airport say pot tourists are regularly leaving them with marijuana that travelers don’t want to try to carry through DIA.
A fired Berthoud police officer will spend his nights in jail for one month for the way he treated his daughter.
It’s a firefighter’s job to run into a burning building. But after the smoke clears, the true threat of the profession could appear years later.
A hearing officer for Denver’s Civil Service Commission has ruled an appeal hearing for a Denver Officer fired for sexual misconduct should be closed to the media and public because “an open hearing would devolve into a media circus,” wrote hearing officer Hazel Hanley.