It's been more than a decade since inmates in Denver jails could have in-person visits with friends and family members.
Study participants went through a mock job interview while watching themselves on video, then had to count backwards by 13s from a five-digit number.
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.
Denver's draft use-of-force policy lauds the value of human life but fails to address key issues, Independent Monitor Nicholas Mitchell said.
Tests : No more marijuana chemicals in Colorado town's water
Officials are investigating the possibility that a marijuana chemical has contaminated the water supply.