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Non-Profits Raising Money to Buy Wounded Colorado Officer Off-Road Wheelchair

September 22, 2017
"We all believe that through prayer and advanced medical procedures, Dan will be able to walk on his own someday," Adsit Strong said in a statement Thursday. "However, in the meantime, the inability to walk is inhibiting his ability to enjoy normal activities and hobbies ... This amazing hero loves hunting, fishing, and enjoying the outdoors with his family and friends."

CO Detective Critically Wounded in September Shooting Released from Hospital

December 23, 2016
A Douglas County (AZ) Sheriff's Deputy who has been hospitalized since being shot in September was discharged from Craig Hospital on Thursday and is back at home.

Video: CO Detective Critically Injured in Shooting, Showing 'Promising Progress'

September 5, 2016
Det. Dan Brite is making "promising progress" after a shooting with a suspect in Parker, CO, on Friday, the Douglas County (CO) Sheriff's Office said Sunday.

CO Detective Critically Injured in Shooting, Showing 'Promising Progress'

September 5, 2016
Det. Dan Brite is making "promising progress" after a shooting with a suspect in Parker, CO, on Friday, the Douglas County (CO) Sheriff's Office said Sunday. More Here.

Video: 3 Law Enforcement Trained Dogs Stolen From Facility

June 2, 2014
Three purebred German Shepard dogs were stolen from a law enforcement K-9 training center outside of Denver on Friday.

3 Law Enforcement Trained Dogs Stolen From Facility

June 2, 2014
Three dogs that were being trained for use in law enforcement were stolen from a kennel at a facility outside Denver where the animals are trained, Douglas County Sheriff's officials said. The dogs, which where found to be missing from their kennels Friday, could not have gotten out without someone releasing them, according to police. Read story here.

Douglas County (Colo.) Sheriff's Detention Unit

September 17, 2009

Inmates at Douglas County Detention Center in Colorado are indeed being punished, but the deputies who work there don't style themselves as punishers. Rather, they work as enforcers and facilitators-maintaining order and teaching life skills that will hopefully reduce the number of "repeat customers" to the jail.

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