“We have to be proactive,” said El Paso County Sheriff Bill Elder. “Otherwise we’re following the story; we’re letting somebody else write the narrative.”
In a written statement, Gov. Hickenlooper said deadly violence against officers is having a chilling impact and the state "must come together and say enough is enough."
A deputy killed in Douglas County will be buried today. In light of his death, we look at the most dangerous situations for officers on duty.
“We shouldn't be punishing people who are innocent until proven guilty unnecessarily,” Denver's independent monitor says.
Interactions between the criminal justice system and groups including the mentally ill, young people and the homeless are the focus of a Denver conference.
Telluride High School was closed Monday as various law enforcement agencies searched the building.
The shooting appears random and there are no indications that it was an act of terror, said Thornton police spokesman Victor Avila.
There are plenty of reasons why Pueblo’s jail is so overcrowded. Solutions are harder to come by.
Police dogs alone can’t justify a vehicle search, thanks to recent court decisions. So what does that mean for canine cops?
Defense spending accounts for about 40 percent of Colorado Springs' economy. Mayor John Suthers addresses military spending as well as veteran homelessness and infrastructure.