More Officers In Fort Collins Will Be Wearing Body CamerasFort Collins Police Services will be doubling the number of officers who wear body cameras.
More Officers Get Body CamerasMore officers in Aurora will be outfitted with body cameras on a trial basis.
Colorado Law Enforcement Agencies Getting $$ To Expand Body Camera ProgramsThe Denver Police Department will receive federal funding to expand its body camera program.
Commerce City Police Officers Begin Wearing Body CamerasThe Commerce City Police force has started wearing body cameras.
Some Denver Police Officers Wearing Body Cameras While On PatrolSome police officers in the Denver Police Department are wearing body cameras while on patrol. Officers in District 6, Traffic Operations and the Gang Unit are among the first in the department to receive the high tech equipment.
Police Union Still Has Concerns As Body Cameras Are Issued To Denver OfficersOn Thursday, the process of issuing hundreds of body cameras to police officers in Denver will begin.
Denver Police Officers Begin Getting Body Cameras This WeekOn Thursday, the process of issuing hundreds of body cameras to police officers in Denver will begin.
Police Union Head: Body Cameras Shouldn't Be Used When Victims Are 'Vulnerable'The Denver Police Protective Association is suing the City and County of Denver calling the new body camera policy illegal.
Denver Police Going Ahead With Body Cameras Despite Union LawsuitThe Denver Police Protective Association filed a lawsuit against the City of Denver on Wednesday over its body camera policy.
Parker Police To Begin Wearing Body CamerasParker police will show off their new body cameras on Wednesday.
Mayor's Budget Plan Calls For More Funds For Police Body CamerasOn Monday Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced his 2016 proposed Denver budget, a plan that includes $1.4 million to purchase additional police body cameras.
Study Confirms What Denver Police Thought About Body CamerasDenver police officers will activate their body cameras whenever they're called into service. That policy became public Tuesday on the heels of a study that looked at the effects of the cameras.