Denver Police Department
A Denver police vice detective caught last week with a known prostitute had his pants down, was driving a police car, and the woman was in a compromising position, according to law enforcement sources familiar with the case.
Police in Denver and Aurora are investigating a series of hit-and-run crashes over the weekend.
Police in Denver would like the public’s help identifying a man suspected of unlawfully entering a woman’s home and assaulting her.
The Denver Police Department is considering a new policy restricting officers’ tattoos and body art, according to a survey sent out to all officers this week.
A new campaign has been launched in hopes of making Denver’s streets safer for both drivers and pedestrians.
A Denver police technician who was ordered suspended last month for violating department rules had downloaded and stored 589 nude or semi-nude images of women on his department cellphone.
A longtime spokesman for the Denver Police Department has been suspended without pay for keeping nude photos of women on his department-issued phone.
Investigators are looking into how the Denver Sheriff’s Department was mistakenly ordered to release a dangerous inmate.
Business owners are looking for ways to cut down crime in LoDo and they’re getting help from students at Metropolitan State University.
Denver’s independent monitor, who oversees Denver law enforcement and safety agencies, says the Denver Police Department and Manager of Safety made the wrong call in not disciplining a female officer for her use of force on an intoxicated woman.