Colorado FOP Pushes For Investigation Into Mayor's BehaviorThe Colorado Fraternal Order of Police is calling for an investigation of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's behavior from recently-revealed text messages to a female officer on his security detail.
'Not My Job': Gov. Hickenlooper On Calls For Denver Mayor To ResignWhen asked if he believes that Denver Mayor Michael Hancock should resign in light of a recent scandal involving inappropriate texts, Gov. John Hickenlooper replied, "Not my job to say."
Colorado Fraternal Order Of Police Demand Investigation, ResignationThe Colorado Fraternal Order of Police is asking the governor to investigate the Denver Police Department and demanding Mayor Michael Hancock to resign.
Moving Cars No Longer Considered Deadly Weapons For DPDThe shooting death of a teenage driver at the wheel of a stolen car has prompted changes to Denver police policy.
National Police Organization Calls For Resignation Of Denver Safety OfficialThe president of the Colorado Fraternal Order of Police is asking that one of Denver’s top public safety officials step down after it was revealed the man’s daughter said her father is a "hater of police."
Denver Sheriff's Deputies Protest Lack Of SupportDenver sheriff's deputies are protesting what they see as a lack of support from city officials after recent high-profile misconduct case
Use Of Adams County Emergency Alert System CriticizedA CBS4 Investigation has found that an emergency alert phone system in Adams County, designed to be used for “Natural disasters, missing persons, shootings…” has been used to notify residents of standard community meetings. It’s a risky practice according to several experts.
Police PTSD Would Qualify For Workplace Injury In Proposed BillSome lawmakers are hoping to help police officer suffering from post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD.
'Make My Day Better' Bill Fails In Colorado SenateA proposal to allow Colorado business owners and employees to use deadly force against suspected intruders faces its toughest test yet in the state Senate on Monday.