The Denver Police Department has fired a veteran officer for what it terms inappropriate force against a female prisoner in a police department holding cell last July.
CBS4 has learned the Denver Police Department arrested one of its own officers Monday night on suspicion of DUI.
A Denver police officer has been disciplined for uttering the “N” word during a confrontation with a citizen, but fellow officers — several of them African American — say the context was not offensive.
A triple murder in Adams County spurred a series of events last week as police are trying to track down the killers. One suspect was arrested Wednesday, and a deputy was shot Friday afternoon while trying to arrest another man.
Denver police will be in full force downtown Saturday night as protesters plan to take to the streets.
While protest organizers have asked for rallies to disrupt Saturday’s Parade of Lights, Friday night’s event was uneventful.
A CBS4 investigation has found a Denver police technician was paid thousands to stay home and recuperate from a line-of-duty injury in 2013, but while collecting his paycheck he was simultaneously moonlighting.
A controversial Denver towing company has infuriated some Denver police officers with its latest move: towing a car belonging to witnesses who were assisting Denver police officers with an accident investigation.
A woman’s car broke down on the side of the interstate, so she called a mechanic to have it towed to a garage. But instead of getting fixed the car was taken to a salvage yard and crushed.
After a deadly shooting, while the victim was on the phone with emergency dispatchers, Denver ordered its independent audit committee to look at how long it takes police officers to respond.