Police Buy 12-Year-Old A New Bike After His Was StolenPolicer officers in Connecticut paid out of their own pocket to replace a stolen bike for a 12-year-old boy.
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.
Police Union Head: Body Cameras Shouldn't Be Used When Victims Are 'Vulnerable'The Denver Police Protective Association is suing the City and County of Denver calling the new body camera policy illegal.
Denver Police Going Ahead With Body Cameras Despite Union LawsuitThe Denver Police Protective Association filed a lawsuit against the City of Denver on Wednesday over its body camera policy.
Police-Community Relations In Focus At Denver MeetingNearly 700 people crowded into the auditorium of a Denver church on Tuesday night to address police relations in the community.
Denver City Council Approves $1.8M To Hire More Police OfficersThere should be more police officers on the streets of the Mile High City soon after the Denver City Council approved nearly $2 million to hire more cops to patrol the Ballpark and Lower Downtown neighborhoods.
Mayor Calls For More Police Officers In LoDoDenver Mayor Michael Hancock says more police officers are needed to patrol the streets in LoDo.
Police PTSD Would Qualify For Workplace Injury In Proposed BillSome lawmakers are hoping to help police officer suffering from post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD.
Denver Police Union Warns Members Not To Talk To Media: 'Facts Can Be Twisted'The Denver Police Protective Association, which represents most of Denver’s nearly 1,500 police officers, has issued an advisory to its members to not leak information to reporters.