The Denver Police Protective Association has asked Denver’s manager of safety to launch an official investigation into department leaks to the news media regarding internal affairs cases.
A Denver Police Department review has found insufficient evidence to support allegations of officer misconduct in a 2009 beating.
CBS4 has learned that the city of Denver has fired two Denver police officers for a 2010 incident where they tried to play a practical joke on a fellow officer.
Denver Police Sgt. Benita Packard, who omitted critical facts in the DUI stop of former Colorado Rep. Laura Kay Bradford, has agreed to accept a demotion to the rank of patrol officer in the face of termination.
CBS4 has learned Denver Police Chief Robert White has recommended the firing of veteran police Sgt. Benita Packard over her handling of the Jan. 25 DUI stop of former State Legislator Laura Kay Bradford.
The FBI is investigating the case of a 19-year-old community college student who was beaten by Denver police after being stopped for an illegal left hand turn.
A Denver sheriff’s deputy cleared of criminal charges for slapping a female inmate is now attempting to get her job back. Read CBS4 Investigator Brian Maass’ report.
Denver’s new safety manager says the current system of police discipline is too slow and cumbersome.
Either as a parting shot or a final warning, Denver’s Independent Monitor, Richard Rosenthal released a scathing fourth quarter report on Thursday.
Police in Denver are being accused of lying to protect themselves. That allegation comes from the final report by the department’s outgoing independent monitor.