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District Attorney McCann Issues Officer-Involved Shooting Letter Investigation and…

DENVER—Denver District Attorney Beth McCann’s legal review of the officer-involved shooting that occurred on May 1, 2020, in the 3200 block of West Colfax Avenue in Denver, Colorado is complete. District Attorney McCann concluded that the shooting was legally justified and that no criminal charges are warranted against Officer Antonson for the reasons outlined in

Carroll: For decades I’ve supported efforts to curtail police…

More than 80% of all citizens killed by police in Colorado from 2014 through the end of last year were armed, usually with a gun. Eighty-six percent were high on drugs or alcohol, with methamphetamine showing up in an astonishing 44% of total cases. Colorado Public Radio reporters, who compiled those statistics, noted how meth,

Watch Company Releases Powerful Pro-Police Ad Amid Anti-Police Climate…

In the midst of numerous major companies falling over themselves to send out messages promoting a twisted narrative based on partial truths about law enforcement, one company, Egard Watches, which was in the spotlight last year when it released a response to Gillette’s “Toxic Masculinity” commercial, has released a YouTube video dedicated to police officers.

PPA PRESS RELEASE

The Denver Police Protective Association is alarmed and saddened by the event that took place in Minneapolis, Minnesota. As horrible as an event that occurred there, 1,000 miles from Denver, we want the citizens of our City to know all of the positive steps the Denver Police Department had, in the past few years, already

SAFER AT HOME

With Safer at Home underway and the phased loosening of state restrictions continuing, business and leisure activities are resuming in Denver. As of June 9, face coverings continue to be mandatory while inside of or waiting in line to enter any retail or commercial business, or any location or facility offering government or health care

WORKER’S COMPENSATION REPORTING

It’s extremely important for you to be prepared to discuss details when reporting your injuries and when seeing a worker’s compensation doctor. If you simply report a leg injury related to running while on duty, that injury could get denied because you have to identify a hazard of employment. Therefore, be sure to be detailed

LRIS Podcast: Ten Rules For Police Officer Social Media…

LRIS June 7, 2020 Introduction (00:05:43) The Rules Your First Amendment rights are very limited. (00:07:04) Just because something is an Internet meme doesn’t mean you can post it. (00:08:40) Nothing you post online is truly private. Check your privacy settings. But remember nothing you post is truly private. (00:09:41) Before posting, ask yourself: if

Dealing with the Psychological Aspects of a Quarantine

Nicoletti-Flater Associates, PLLP 3595 S. Teller St. Suite 310 | Lakewood, CO. 80235 Ph: 303-989-1617 | Fax: 303-985-3133 | www.nicoletti-flater.com _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ PHASE II OF THE NEW NORMAL Dealing with the Psychological Aspects of Being Quarantined because of the Coronavirus (COVID 19) Dealing with a public health emergency at a general level was covered in our

El Paso County Deputy Becomes Colorado’s Youngest Coronavirus Death

A 41-year-old El Paso County Sheriff’s Deputy died from COVID-19 on Wednesday, becoming Colorado’s youngest victim of the pandemic. Deputy Jeff Hopkins was diagnosed with the disease just one day before his death. In a Thursday press conference, Sheriff Bill Elder said eight other El Paso deputies currently have COVID-19. Hopkins last assignment was as