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We filed suit seeking Castle Rock PD records related to a police officer who put innocent civilians in danger when he fired multiple shots at the vehicle of an unarmed fleeing burglary suspect.
Last Sunday's Denver Post featured a column by ACLU of Colorado Executive Director, Nathan Woodliff-Stanley, written in response to the recent focus on parole reform by the newspaper and legislators.
A $35,000 settlement with the City of Loveland was reached following the detainment and search of a Johnstown resident during a minor traffic stop by Loveland police in 2011.
Read our statement here.
There is still hope that there will be justice for Marvin Booker after all. Booker was the victim of police brutality, killed in 2010 by 5 Denver deputies at the Denver Jail.
A settlement with the CO State Patrol has been reached that will resolve a lawsuit filed on behalf of the family of Jason Kemp, who was killed when he refused to allow state troopers into his home without a warrant.
The Supreme Court decision that reinstates Arizona's "show me your papers" provision stands to codify discrimination and encourage widespread racial profiling.
ACLU Media Intern Rosalie Wilmot recounts summer police violence and suggests that community and activist action can change it.
Police Abuses Spark Calls for Internal Investigation; End to Pepper Ball Guns for Crowd Control Full Story >
Complaint asks for DPD to police itself; establish policy banning dangerous pepper ball guns in crowds
Call your Council member to ensure Denver gets a new monitor.