Rep. Daniel Kagan, D-Cherry Hills Village, is working on a bill to give police departments more incentives to purchase the cameras.
Denver police want to buy 800 police cameras that would be attached to their uniforms as a way to head off disputes between officers and citizens. Departments around the country that have tried that say they’ve had fewer complaints about police behavior.
Chief Robert White says the cameras will do a great deal to increase the transparency of police work.
A video shows Deputy Thomas Ford striking inmate Kyle Askins in the face.
Sheriff Gary Wilson says he has asked the Denver district attorney's office to investigate whether criminal charges should be filed against Deputy Thomas Ford.
Anthony DeHerrera says he’s been waiting for justice. A year and a half ago, Denver police hit his son, Michael, and threw him to the ground.