In a unanimous vote, the Colorado Court of Appeals has decided the City of Denver was wrong in firing a Denver Sheriff’s Deputy over a 2009 incident that the City believed was an example of excessive force.
A former Denver Detention Center inmate who was beaten behind bars may soon become a millionaire.
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.
The city of Denver on Monday approved a big payout to four women who were roughed up by police four years ago.
Denver City Council will consider a financial settlement in a case highlighted by video.
A Denver police officer Abbe Dorn, who gained notoriety for appearing on the television show “American Gladiators,” is the focus of an internal investigation stemming from her alleged procurement and use of steroids.
The Denver Sheriff’s Department has been ordered to reinstate a deputy who was fired over what the sheriff’s department and the manager of safety viewed as a case of excessive force and lying.
A federal judge is threatening to fine Denver $5,000 a day for dragging its feet on court orders to provide complaints of excessive force against police.
The city of Denver is now facing a series of lawsuits stemming from a case of police officers using excessive force.
Members of the Denver City Council are considering whether to approve a cash settlement with a man who claims he was beaten by police.