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Denver voters will decide whether city will adopt a permanent watchdog...

Denver voters will decide in November whether the city should move toward more permanent independent oversight of the Denver police and sheriff's departments. The Denver City...

Judge for yourself: Was Joe Valverde surrendering when killed by Denver...

If only life moved in slower motion. That’s what nags at Isabelle Padilla every time she watches images of Denver police gunning down her son,...

In Denver, LGBT people of color mourn Orlando their own way

They chanted, they sang, they shouted and they wept. Dozens of LGBT people of color gathered in the Sunnyside neighborhood of northwest Denver Wednesday...

DA Morrissey drops 15-year-old’s charges, then insults her family

Denver’s District Attorney Mitch Morrissey took to Facebook to announce he was dropping all charges against a 15-year-old girl and to blast her family for a...

Denver police say racial profiling isn’t happening. Where’s the data?

Denver’s top Black public safety officials are on the wrong side of history. When it comes to racial profiling, city safety head Stephanie O’Malley and...

New smartphone app helps the public keep cops accountable

"If you see something, say something." It's a mantra that's constantly drilled into us in post-9/11 America. But what if you see the cops do something wrong?...

Denver police revise policy on shooting into moving vehicles

Shooting at a moving car is no longer an allowable form of self-defense for Denver Police, according to revised regulations for discharging firearms approved...

VIDEO: Did this protestor knock over this motorcycle cop?

Last Wednesday, a Denver cop fell off his motorcycle at a protest against police violence and confrontation ensued. Officers tackled and arrested demonstrators and...

Kagan talks police body-cam bill, one of a slew on police...

There are lots of wrinkles in any body-cam policy that can make them either a success or a failure. The devil's in the details.

Suspension upheld in Denver excessive force case

The Denver sheriff’s deputy who slammed a prisoner into a courtroom wall without provocation has lost his appeal of his 30-day suspension. A ruling released...