2560 West Colfax Avenue

…in this case is whether, at the instant Officer Wyatt fired the shot that caused the injury to Hagedorn, Officer Wyatt reasonably believed that he or another person was in…

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PS-07-11-12-Corporal-Chris-Foegen-letter

…for changes in departmental policies, procedures or rules. In some instances, the review may indicate the need for changing the assignment of the involved officer, temporarily or permanently. Depending on…

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PS-06-03–Pasillas–7officers-_2_

…unreasonable for any of these officers to perceive that Pasillas-Hernandez was armed with a deadly weapon and posed an imminent threat to them at the instant each officer fired his…

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2015letterJordanandGreene

1 June 5, 2015 Robert White Chief of Police Denver Police Department 1331 Cherokee Street Denver, CO 80204 RE: The investigation of the shooting death of Jessica Hernandez (D.O.B. 11/25/1997),…

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PS-09-12-13-Off-Kevin-Ford

…protect himself or another person. Therefore, the question presented in this case is whether, at the instant Officer Ford fired the shots that caused the death of Morales, they reasonably…

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PS-06-01-Parsons-Gentry

…at the instant each officer fired his weapon. Although we cannot say conclusively which officers’ projectile struck Brabo, the analysis is the same for each officer. Although the individual struck…

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PS-10-06-28-Offs-Dan-Morehead-&-Mike-Walsh

…what he reasonably believes to be the use or imminent use of deadly physical force. Therefore, the question presented in most officer-involved shooting cases is whether, at the instant the…

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2016-West-Bates

…this case is whether, at the instant Officer Cronin discharged his weapon, the legal justifications for using deadly physical force as set forth in C.R.S. § 18-1-707(2) were applicable. I…

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