Denver Sheriff Overtime Payments Shatter RecordsNew figures from the Denver Sheriff Department show that Denver taxpayers forked out nearly $14 million in overtime for deputies in 2016, easily eclipsing previous overtime records set by the department.
Police Settle Racial Profiling LawsuitColorado Springs has settled a lawsuit over a traffic stop in which a black man was pulled from a car by police officers. The city will pay out $212,000 to two brothers who claim they were racially profiled by officers.
Denver Deputies Notified Of Possible Discipline In Jail Death CaseDenver Sheriff Department deputies have been notified they are facing potential disciplinary action for their conduct in the case of Michael Marshall, a Denver jail inmate who died in 2015.
Commerce City Agrees To 6 Figure Settlement With Fired CopCommerce City has agreed to pay a former police officer $150,000 to settle a federal lawsuit he filed after he was terminated for filing a Colorado Open Records Act Request.
Recent Violence Making It Harder To Recruit Police OfficersSome police departments are running into recruiting troubles following the wave of violence against police officers that has happened in different parts of the country this year.
Colorado Peace Officers Plead For Help Dealing With Post-Traumatic StressFor every peace officer who dies in the line of duty far more are taking their own lives, and peace officers are asking for help.
Cases In Springs Traffic Stop Video Now In County Court After Racial Profiling AccusationsTwo brothers have had their criminal cases emerging from a traffic stop transferred from city to county court after a video recording of their encounter with officers resulted in accusations of racial profiling against Colorado Springs police.
Denver Fires Top Sheriff’s Department AdministratorCBS4 has learned the City of Denver fired Sheriff's Department Division Chief Frank Gale Wednesday after a six month internal investigation.
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
Denver Eyes Stiffer Penalties For Problem DeputiesPublic safety officials want to toughen the punishment for Denver Sheriff Department deputies who use excessive force against inmates.
Police Unions Push For Medical Coverage Of PTSDPolice unions across the U.S. are pushing for officers to be able to collect workers' compensation benefits if they suffer post-traumatic stress disorder, whether they got it from the general stress of police work or from responding to a deadly shooting rampage.
Officer Seen Shooting Dog On Video Pleads Not GuiltyAnimal activists showed up outside a Brighton courthouse once again on Monday morning as a Commerce City police officer pleaded not guilty after the shooting and killing a dog last fall.

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