'Strike The Right Balance': ACLU Supports Police Body CamerasThe nation's biggest defender of privacy rights is hailing a Colorado police department's body camera program as a national model.
Mayor Hancock On Sheriff Department Review: 'Nothing About Report Is Pretty'Problems at almost every level -- that's the finding of a review of the Denver Sheriff Department. Mayor Michael Hancock ordered the review after a string of excessive force cases cost the city more than $9 million to settle.
ACLU On Battlefield Equipment: 'Our Communities Are Not War Zones'Equipment meant for the battlefield will no longer be given to state and local police departments after President Obama issued an executive order on Monday.
Lawmakers Push For More DNA Samples From OffendersSome state lawmakers are pushing to get more samples from offenders in Colorado's DNA database. A bill proposed at the state Capitol would require samples even for some misdemeanors.
Report: Racial Disparities In Arrests Persist With Legal PotNot surprisingly, the legalization of marijuana in Colorado has reduced pot arrests, but a newly released study says it doesn't solve one of the central goals of drug-policy reformers: ending racial disparities in enforcement.
Colorado Senate Rejects Drone Surveillance LimitsA proposal to limit government drone surveillance in Colorado has failed in its first test.
Government Drone Limits Face Rocky Future In ColoradoA proposal to limit drone surveillance by law enforcement in Colorado appears headed for defeat after a raft of government officials lined up to oppose it Tuesday.
Bill Prohibiting Jail For Fines Heads To HickenlooperA proposal to stop jailing poor people for being unable to pay municipal court fines got approval from the Colorado Legislature Wednesday and it has been sent to the governor.
Revenge Porn Penalties Considered In ColoradoUsing intimate photos or videos of significant others to humiliate them would be a crime under a bill being considered by lawmakers in Colorado, which is joining a growing number of states tackling the issue referred to as revenge porn.
Bill Would Require DNA From All Misdemeanor Convicts In ColoradoNearly all people going through Colorado's criminal court system will have to submit DNA samples under a bill introduced at the Statehouse.
Suspected Ineligible Colorado Voters To Learn StatusPeople who received letters questioning their citizenship and right to vote will learn Wednesday what steps Colorado election officials plan next in the battleground state where every vote can be critical in close races.
ACLU: Legal Voters Questioned On Status In ColoradoU.S citizens are among those who received letters from Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler questioning their right to vote, the American Civil Liberties Union said Tuesday.