The handling of the subsequent investigation and the sheriff's department's "reflexive" responses to the incident point to the need for reform, the report argues.
Seven years after Marvin Booker died in a Denver jail, DA Beth McCann asks a grand jury to investigate
Marvin Booker's family has called for a new investigation into whether evidence in the case was tampered with.
Sheriff's Sgt. Randolph Romero, 50, is accused of third-degree assault, a first class misdemeanor.
Denver’s Citizens Oversight Board “extremely troubled” by “short suspensions” after Michael Marshall’s death
"The facts of Mr. Marshall’s death are very alarming," board members wrote in an April 28 letter to Executive Director of Safety Stephanie O'Malley.
Denver sheriff’s deputies got 10- and 16-day suspensions after an inmate died, while a deputy who skipped out early on work got 30
It's not that use of force never draws harsh penalties.
An attorney representing Michael Marshall's family and the city's independent police monitor both called the discipline inadequate.
As Denver settles with Jessica Hernandez’s family, her community looks back on two years of pain and change
More than two years after Jessica Hernandez was shot and killed by Denver police officers, the city and her family have reached a settlement.
The incident happened the afternoon of Jan. 28, 2016, at the Downtown Detention Center, according to a letter from the city of Denver.
Denver's draft use-of-force policy lauds the value of human life but fails to address key issues, Independent Monitor Nicholas Mitchell said.
A series of three community meetings on the Denver Police Department's draft use-of-force policy start tonight.
Denver Police Chief Robert White today introduced a draft for the department's new use-of-force policy and asked for public input.
The Denver Police Department ranked 28th out of 91 in a use of force study — and they dispute the methodology
Police departments with more restrictive use of force policies kill fewer people per capita, even accounting for other factors, a new report found.
In a study of use of force policies, Aurora came out eighth highest in per capita instances of fatal use of force.
The VirTra V-300 can play some 100 scenarios, with an instructor changing what happens inside the scenario in response to officers' actions.
National food days are nonsense. Except this one.
Denver Sheriff’s Department’s new use of force policy emphasizes what deputies should do, not what they can get away with legally
The new rules will "hopefully" result in fewer deaths in Denver's jail, fewer lawsuits, fewer large pay-outs to the families of inmates, said Al LaCabe.