Denver Police Union Initiates ‘No Confidence’ Vote in ChiefThe Denver Police Protective Association- the union representing most Denver police officers- began polling its members last Thursday asking them if they believed Chief Robert White had the ability to continue to lead the Denver Police Department.
Driver Strikes Police Chief's Car, Then Gets In Another WreckA driver who was involved in a serious crash struck the vehicle of the Denver police chief moments before in a less serious crash.
National Night Out Brings Together Neighbors, PoliceNational Night Out brings together communities, police to help encourage positive relationships and foster friendships.
City, Residents Say 'It’s Time To Take Back Colfax'Safety on Colfax has been a problem for decades. Just ask the long-time residents.
Safe Places Come To Denver, Offer ShelterDenver city leaders and members of the LGBTQ community announced the Safe Place program on Thursday.
ICE Agent Shoots Man Carrying Weapon, Grazes ForeheadAn Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent shot a man who was holding a weapon on Friday morning. The shooting happened during an attempted traffic stop.
ICE Agents Shoot, Injure SuspectImmigration Customs Enforcement agents were involved in a shooting Friday morning.
Denver Police Pay Tribute To Fallen OfficersThe Denver Police Department paid tribute on Thursday to officers who gave their lives in the line of duty.
Dozens Of New Officers Join The Denver Police ForceMore than 30 officers joined the Denver police force on Friday.
Police Chief: Denver Not In Business Of Doing ICE WorkDenver's police chief will take some American Civil Liberties Union recommendations for undocumented immigrants to Mayor Michael Hancock on Wednesday.
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.