Mayor Hancock: 'Safety Is First' On 4/20 'Disruption'Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said last week's 4/20 festival in which dozens were arrested, shots were fired and trash was left strewn across Civic Center Park, raised some security concerns. He said the aftermath of that festival could result in changes to policy for all events in the future.
ACLU, Police Agree On Denver's Sanctuary City PolicySome American Civil Liberties Union supporters find themselves in an awkward place – agreeing with the Denver Police Department. At least when it comes to the policy to not aid federal authorities arresting undocumented immigrants.
Denver Police Chief Robert White Was Finalist For D.C. JobWashington D.C.'s mayor has named a long-time department veteran as the city's next police chief, and CBS4 has learned that Denver Police Chief Robert White had applied for the job and was a finalist.
Harvard To Honor Brandon Marshall For Stance On Social InjusticeBroncos linebacker Brandon Marshall will be honored by Harvard's Graduate School for his stance on social injustice.
DPD Hosts Final 'Use Of Force' MeetingDenver Police Chief Robert White says he's listening.
Mosque Alerted Feds in December To Cummings, His 'Radicalization'A Denver area mosque notified the federal government in December about RTD shooting suspect Joshua Cummings, telling law enforcement Cummings "seems to be very radicalized."
Wife Of Murdered RTD Security Officer: 'We Always Kissed Goodbye'The wife of an RTD security officer shot and killed says her husband loved protecting people.
Police Face Criticism, Encourage Tolerance In New Policy MeetingsDenver's Police Chief was met with some criticism as he encouraged understanding in a community meeting focused on the Denver Police Department's revision of its use of force policy.
Public Urged To Comment On Use Of Force PolicyDenver's Police Chief will meet face to face with the community about the department revising its use of force policy in three different community meetings.
Police Want Feedback On Use Of Force PolicyThe Denver Police Department wants feedback to changes in its use of force policy in the first of three community meetings on Tuesday.
Police Welcome Community Feedback On Use Of Force PolicyThe Denver Police Department is revising its use of force policy. The department released a draft of the new policy in hopes of receiving public feedback about the changes.
Denver Police Department Revises 'Use Of Force' PolicyThe Denver Police Department is revising its use of force policy. The department released a draft of the new policy in hopes of receiving public feedback about the changes.

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