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Video: Broncos Linebacker Meets with Denver Police Chief

September 14, 2016
Chief Robert White provided as many answers as he could. Then he reciprocated Marshall's list of questions with a list of suggestions, specifically ways Marshall can work with the police department to effect change and fight racial injustices in local communities and beyond.

Broncos Linebacker Meets with Denver Police Chief

September 14, 2016
Chief Robert White provided as many answers as he could. Then he reciprocated Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall's list of questions with a list of suggestions, specifically ways Marshall can work with the police department to effect change and fight racial injustices in local communities and beyond. More Here.

Severely Injured Denver Officer Returns to Duty After 18 Surgeries

August 31, 2016
A driver hit and dragged Adsit while he was on duty on his bicycle in December 2014. He was escorting East High School students back toward school along Colfax Avenue after they protested downtown. More Here.

Video: Severely Injured Denver Officer Returns to Duty After 18 Surgeries

August 31, 2016
A driver hit and dragged Adsit while he was on duty on his bicycle in December 2014. He was escorting East High School students back toward school along Colfax Avenue after they protested downtown.

Denver Police to Begin Collecting Racial Data at Traffic, Pedestrian Stops

August 8, 2016
Denver police plan to begin collecting racial data about the people officers stop by the end of the year, after years of saying such an effort would be too difficult and expensive to implement.

Video: Denver Police Union Demands Changes After Dallas Ambush

July 12, 2016
After the ambush on Dallas police officers, Denver's largest police union is demanding changes in the department's policies, including allowing officers to wear protective gear while providing security for protesters.

Denver Police Union Demands Changes After Dallas Ambush

July 12, 2016
After the ambush on Dallas police officers, Denver's largest police union, the Police Protective Association, is demanding changes in the department's policies, including allowing officers to wear protective gear while providing security for protesters. More Here.

Video: Denver Firefighters Using Ballistic Vests, Helmets

July 5, 2016
When first responders in Denver are called to an active shooting scene, police officers and SWAT teams are no longer the only ones wearing bullet-resistant gear. Denver firefighters are now outfitted with Kevlar vests and helmets.

Denver Firefighters Using Ballistic Vests, Helmets

July 5, 2016
Denver firefighters are now outfitted with Kevlar vests and helmets so they, too, are protected from gunfire on scene with Denver PD SWAT and patrol officers when necessary. More Here.

Man Who Critically Wounded Denver Officer Sentenced to 52 Years

June 20, 2016
Denver police Sgt. Tony Lopez Jr. walked with a limp to a courtroom lectern Friday where he stood beside his wife and, for the first time, faced the man who nearly ended his life.

Man Brandishing BB Gun Shot by Denver Police

June 13, 2016
A suspect, who police say was pointing a gun at people from a balcony in downtown Denver, is recovering from a gunshot wound he suffered when officers opened fire.

Wounded Denver SWAT Officer was Hit by Friendly Fire in December Incident

May 6, 2016
A Denver police SWAT officer seriously wounded during the fatal shooting of a wanted suspect in December was struck by friendly fire, a report released Friday by prosecutors says.

Wounded Denver Sergeant Throws Out Rockies First Pitch

April 11, 2016
Wounded Denver police Sgt. Tony Lopez Jr., who was shot several times during a December traffic stop, threw out the Rockies' ceremonial first pitch at the Baseball team's home opener on Friday.

NYPD Hires Controversial Former Denver Officer to Head Training

March 28, 2016
A former Denver officer who has devoted her career to fostering stronger ties between police and minority communities will head up training for the NYPD, becoming the first black woman in that role in decades, officials said.

After Police Criticism, Denver Student Withdraws KKK/Cop Art from City-Sponsored Show

March 25, 2016
The Denver school district's communications chief, Nancy Mitchell, said the girl immediately asked to take her painting out of the award show when she shared the criticism with her.

Colorado Officers Outraged Over KKK Cop Painting Displayed in City Building

March 24, 2016
Yesterday afternoon the Colorado Fraternal Order of Police began to receive a flood of calls into its state office from outraged officers and from equally upset civilians concerning a painting that the city had allowed to be prominently displayed to the public in the atrium on the main floor of Denver’s Municipal Webb Building.

Officer Shot, Suspect Killed in Denver Burglary, Shootout

February 23, 2016
Police in Denver say a suspect was killed and an officer shot while responding to reports of a burglary.

Denver Fallen Officer Memorial Vandalized Over Holiday Weekend

February 16, 2016
Denver's memorial to fallen Denver Police officers was vandalized with red paint sometime Sunday night or early Monday morning almost a year since the same kind of act last year.

Critically Wounded Denver Officer Takes First Steps After Shooting

December 17, 2015
Gunshot wounds are not enough to stop Denver Police officer Tony Lopez Jr. A week after he was shot five times at a traffic stop, Lopez took his first steps through the halls of Denver Health.

Denver Brewery Donates Proceeds to Wounded Officer's Family

December 11, 2015
Something as simple as a beer may help Denver Officer Tony Lopez Jr.'s recovery. Lopez was wounded during a traffic stop on Federal Boulevard. Police say Jason Wood shot Lopez several times and drove away. Lopez nearly died. More Here.
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