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Denver Police To Begin Collecting Race, Gender DataPolice in Denver will soon collect racial and gender data, along with other information, from some traffic and pedestrian stops. That information will be used to look for any biased policing within the department.
Denver Police To Start Collecting Racial Data From Traffic StopsPolice in Denver will soon collect racial data from some traffic and pedestrian stops. That information will be used to look for any biased policing within the department.
Teen Who Came To Woman's Aid Awarded For His HeroicsLast November David Ponce witnessed a man attacking a woman in downtown Denver.
Single-Rolled Joints Still For Sale Despite Police Chief's RequestPolice in Denver have a plan to boost patrols on the 16th Street Mall after a spike in violent attacks. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock has blamed what he called "travelers" thought to be enticed by the legal marijuana industry.
Community Leaders Focus On Reconciliation, Healing In Shooting AftermathProtesters, community leaders and others are expressing their anger, grief and sadness over the violent events involving police officers across the nation this week. Denver's mayor expressed the need for healing.
$650,000 Price Tag To Increase Patrols Along 16th Street MallPolice in Denver will spend more than a half million dollars to increase police patrols along the 16th Street Mall in hopes of improving security to help people feel safe.
Denver Police Chief Wants More Officers On 16th Street MallDenver’s police chief says he wants to put more officers on the 16th Street Mall, following recent incidents of violence recorded by tourists and bystanders.
Colorado Leaders React To Orlando Massacre, Vigils PlannedThe massacre at an Orlando nightclub that claimed 50 lives early Sunday is the worst mass shooting in U.S. history and it has prompted Coloradans to show their support.
Denver DA: No Charges Against Police Who Killed ParoleeDenver's district attorney won't pursue charges against police who shot and killed a parolee who had hijacked a vehicle, led officers on an afternoon chase in a residential neighborhood and shot at them, wounding one.
Denver Police Set To Do Live Gunshot Audio TestingPolice in Denver say they don't want people to be alarmed if they hear gunshot noises in certain sections of the city on Friday night.
8 Denver Police Officers Receive New 'True Blue Award'The Denver Police Department is honoring several officers who lent an extra hand to help others in the community.
Denver Police Officers Told To Prepare For Trump VisitNumerous Denver police officers say they have been told to prepare for a possible visit to Denver next Friday from Donald Trump.

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