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The Denver Police Department swore-in 50 new officers on Friday (credit: CBS)

50 New Officers Become Part Of Denver Police Force

The Denver Police Department welcomed 60 new officers to its ranks on Friday morning.

06/19/2015

John Thomas Clark (credit: CBS)

DA Says Officer-Involved Shooting Of Convicted Sex Offender Was Justified

Denver District Attorney Mitch Morrissey has determined an officer-involved shooting that occurred in March to be justified.

06/16/2015

A campaign against distracted driving (credit: CBS)

Distracted Driving Campaign Urges Drivers To Keep ‘Thumbs On The Wheel’

City leaders in Denver are urging drivers to keep their “Thumbs on the Wheel” in a campaign to reduce distracted driving.

06/11/2015

The alley where Jessie Hernandez was shot and killed (credit: CBS)

Moving Cars No Longer Considered Deadly Weapons For DPD

The shooting death of a teenage driver at the wheel of a stolen car has prompted changes to Denver police policy.

06/09/2015

Jessie Hernandez (credit: CBS)

Denver Officers Cleared In Deadly Shooting Of Teen

Two Denver Police officers will not face criminal charges in connection with the shooting death of a teenager in January.

06/05/2015

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Special Name Added To Denver’s Fallen Officers Memorial At Ceremony

Denver stopped Thursday morning to honor its fallen officers, laying wreaths at the memorial at police headquarters.

05/14/2015

Mayor Michael Hancock in an ad asking for help with gang violence (credit: CBS)

Got A Tip That Leads To A Gang-Related Arrest? Get More Cash

The Denver Police Department has launched a new social media campaign in an effort to solve a series of violent crimes in northeast Denver.

05/14/2015

Mayor Michael Hancock in an ad asking for help with gang violence (credit: CBS)

Denver Police, Survivors Plead For Witnesses In Gang Crimes

As unsolved killings linked to gang rivalry mount, Denver police and relatives of victims are pleading for witnesses to come forward.

05/13/2015

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Body Camera Bill Killed, Then Reconsidered In State Senate

Lawmakers pulled a confusing move over body cameras on Friday. A state Senate committee killed a bill that could provide more cameras but then immediately had a change of heart.

05/02/2015

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock along with several others discuss combatting gang violence on Thursday (credit: CBS)

Denver Mayor: ‘We’re Doubling Down’ Against Gang Violence

Denver’s mayor teamed up with other community leaders and elected officials to announce additional efforts to suppress gang violence.

04/30/2015

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