Denver police have a new training tool that uses virtual reality to test responses to violent situations like mass shootings.
Outgoing Colorado U.S. Attorney On Marijuana, Ice Age Relics In Douglas County, Tree Trunks Turned Into Music Boxes
The federal-state conflict over marijuana laws was a hallmark of Colorado U.S. Attorney John Walsh’s tenure. He left office this week after six years. And, there’s an effort afoot to preserve a Douglas County field that was once home to an Ice Age meat market. Then, Denver encourages neighborhood public art projects, from mural-clad dumpsters to tree trunks turned into music boxes. Plus, a visit to Colorado moose country.
The Denver sheriff department is investing heavily in teaching deputies about 'verbal judo,' a practice that uses language to defuse a tense situation before it becomes unsafe.
National media from CNN to the Washington Post reported that a Colorado town recently lost its entire police force. While true, the headlines did not tell the whole story.
At lawmakers' request, a diverse group recommends when cameras should be turned on and off, and when the public should know about a recording.
- Officers should turn off cameras when interacting with victims or confidential informants, say the new recommendations.Read more
The attack in Paris has prompted questions about how vulnerable the U.S. is. A former FBI official and a terrorism scholar assess the risks.
Since Pueblo's police department got body cameras in January, citizen complaints have dropped 17 percent, according to police.
Colorado Matters returned to Denver's Montbello neighborhood to talk about race and police in a small barbershop.
A team from the University of Denver analyzed nearly 500 prosecutions from 1999-2010.