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In honor of National Women's History Month and International Women's Day, we're tipping our hats to two women who helped pave the way for women in law enforcement, particularly in Colorado.
There are plenty of potentially harmful situations that our K9s may encounter on a regular basis and their safety is of utmost importance, as is the safety of all officers in our community. They are better protected now that they’ve received ballistic vests from Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.
His name is Nova (Nova Scotia in full)–he's assigned to the property building, on the same lot as the vehicle impound. Nova works security, keeping mice and other nuisances from migrating over from the tire recycling business next door. A Lynx Point Siamese with beautiful markings, this rescued ...
City of Denver
Apart from a bulletproof vest, deputies working for the Civil Unit wear Axon body cameras. Entering someone’s home uninvited is awkward, but also potentially dangerous. A wearable body camera plays a part in everyone's safety.
In addition to just having fun, Breakfast with Santa brings families together to share holiday cheer and reflect on what we mean to one another. I remember going to this event with my own family when I was a young child. Now, as an adult, I see it differently.
Did you know that the Denver Sheriff Department has a boxing team? It's true! And, the goal with these tournaments is to make a difference by giving to those in need.
Denver Sheriff Department members recently participated in the Denver Public Schools CareerConnect event, an outstanding workshop that provides early exposure to thousands of career options for students. Here's more on that...