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Denver Police Use Patrol Car to Stop Machete-Wielding Assailant

Officers with the Denver Police Department were forced to use at least one patrol vehicle to stop a rampaging assailant armed with a machete on Thursday morning.

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Colorado HOA Orders Officer to Take Down "Thin Blue Line" Flag

An officer in Colorado has been ordered by his Home Owners Association (HOA) to remove from his doorstep a "Thin Blue Line" flag displayed in support of law enforcement.

Colorado Officer Killed in Multi-Vehicle Highway Crash

Colorado State Police said a Ford F-350 going southbound on Highway 2 went off the highway onto the shoulder, then came back onto the road and crossed the center line, striking the unmarked police SUV.

Colorado Department Announces First-Ever Female Motor Officer

Officer Kelly Amling recently became the first female officer with the Loveland (CO) Police Department to become a motorcycle officer upon completion of her training.

Colorado SWAT Team Avoided "Unnecessary Confrontation" by Walking Away from Standoff

After several hours, the suspect released his 6-year-old daughter. Police negotiators continued trying to coax him to give himself up. But when that didn’t happen, after about four hours, an internal Aurora police report says “Decision made to vacate.”

C.S.I. Aurora: Forensics, Leadership, and the Batman Movie Shooting

Lt. Tim DuFour has served in forensics for three decades. He has seen thousands of crime scenes but none like what he encountered when he arrived at the Century 16 Movie Theater.

Colorado Department's New K-9 Named After Fallen Officer

The Fountain (CO) Police Department has named its new K-9 "Moody" in honor of Marshal John Lindamood, who was shot and killed in 1921. At the time of his death, Lindamood was 45 years old.

5 Charged with Barricading Colorado Officers in Station During July Protest

“They prevented 18 officers inside from leaving the building by barricading entrances and securing doors with wires, ropes, boards, picnic tables and sandbags. Some members of the group carried handguns and rifles and wore military or tactical clothing,” the DA’s office said in a statement.

Colorado Officer Allegedly Texts Crime Witness: "Are You Single?"

An officer with the Aurora (CO) Police Department is accused of sending a text message to a witness to a recent crime asking if the young woman was single and available.

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Police Humor in Tough Times: One Cop's Mission to Deliver Laughs to First Responders

Law enforcement officer and stand-up comedian Vinnie is live streaming his Sept. 12 performance.