New Program Will Help Low-Level Offenders With Community ServicesDenver city officials are working on a new program, Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion, to help prevent crime that actually decriminalizes some forms of low-level crime.
Denver Police Plan To Encrypt Radio Traffic This SpringDenver Police plan to encrypt the department's radio traffic, blocking public access.
Denver Police Officers Hit The Streets For Foot Patrol, Community OutreachA month after a shooting killed one person and injured four others in Denver’s Ballpark neighborhood, businesses are leaning on the Denver Police Department for continued patrols on the streets.
Denver Police Department Considers Encrypting Radio TrafficThe Denver Police Department is considering encrypting its radio traffic, blocking the public from listening in on the officers' and dispatchers' communications.
Denver Police Urge Gun Owners To Better Secure FirearmsDenver police want people to take better care of their belongings, especially firearms stored in vehicles.
14-Year-Old Charged With Attempted Murder In Cole Middle School ShootingThe teenager accused of shooting a student at DSST: Cole Middle School last week has been charged with attempted murder. The victim in the shooting was seriously injured.
Police Arrest Juvenile In Shooting Outside Denver School That Injured TeenDenver police on Wednesday say they have arrested a juvenile male in a shooting that left a student critically injured outside DSST: Cole Middle School.
New Denver Police Chief Reflects On Growing Up In Community He ServesGet to know new Denver Police chief Paul Pazen and it's easy to see he's proud of his North Denver roots. CBS4 spoke to Pazen outside of his childhood home near 33rd and Elliott.
New Denver Police Chief Sworn InDenver has a new police chief. City leaders swore in Paul Pazen on Monday afternoon.
Paul Pazen Named Denver's New Chief Of PoliceCommander Paul Pazen is a Denver native and has been with the department since 1995.
DPD Chief Committee Recommends Cmdr. Paul Pazen To MayorWith a decision on Denver's next police chief expected soon, CBS4 has learned a 17-member search committee ranked the five finalists after interviewing each of them. The committee told Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's office that District One Police Commander Paul Pazen finished first, in their informal voting.