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April 22, 2018

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Taking Care of Our Own: Mental Health Among Colorado Emergency Responders

In Colorado, three times more police officers died by suicide than other line of duty deaths combined; for firefighters, suicides outpaced other line of duty deaths by 50%. Now, a first-of-its-kind report is available, detailing the state of mental health supports for emergency responders in Colorado.
Read More...
Download: Responderstrong Survey report_final-March-2018.pdf

LEO Volunteers Requested - Tech and Virtual Reality in Mental Healthcare

ATTENTION: The Colorado FOP has been partnered with “Responder Strong” since its beginning and sits on its leadership committee as well as two other sub-committees. Responder Strong is the first endeavor in Colorado to mobilize mental wellness efforts across emergency responder groups – fire, law enforcement, EMS and dispatch.
Read More...

Use of Force and Documentation - Training Opportunity

Outstanding training opportunity. Documenting the use of force is difficult because these rapidly evolving events are physically and emotionally stressful. Reporting critical details accurately requires effective recall, note-taking, organization, and writing skills. Reports must provide details that are clear, concise, accurate, and easy to understand.
Read More...
Download: PATC USE OF FORCE BROCHURE.pdf

FOP Calls for AG investigation & Demands Denver Mayor Hancock Resign

DENVER - A spokeswoman for Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Tuesday rejected a demand by the state’s largest police union, the Colorado Fraternal Order of Police, that the Mayor resigns after a series of sexually suggestive text messages he sent to a member of his security detail came to light last week.
Read More...
Download: Denver Public Safety Crisis - FOP Request for Independent Investigation.pdf

Colorado Eagles' "Pot of Gold" Benefit Night

Endorsed and Promoted by the Colorado Fraternal Order of Police: The “Pot of Gold” game is a fundraiser game for a family dealing with the financial hardships of caring for a sick child. This year’s recipient is Malaki Turner who was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis at birth. Every ticket purchased will send $5 directly to Malaki and his family.
Read More...

Denver Ethics Board Decision on FOP Lodge 27 Complaint

On February 21, 2018 the “Denver Board of Ethics” reviewed the complaints filed on November 9, 2017 by Denver Sheriffs FOP Lodge 27, through its attorney Reid Elkus, alleging specific ethics violations committed by DSD Chief Connie Coyle and DSD Major Bryan Moore in their developing and handling of a promotional process.
Read More...
Download: FOP v. Coyle and Moore opinion.pdf

Training Opportunity - Electronic Device Crime Scene Search and Evidence Recovery

The Colorado FOP is hosting an important law enforcement training event at our new building in Westminster. Our state of the art training room is finished and this will be the first event we will be hosting at our new 14,000 square foot State FOP Office building.
Read More...
Download: PATC-Electronic devices training - April.pdf

My Husband is a Police Officer, and I Owe You an Apology

There’s a reason my husband is an officer and I am not. I’m a relatively good person, but he’s better than me. He became an officer for all the right reasons. He was that little boy who never knew his daddy. He watched his mother struggle to make ends meet.
Read More...


What's New at FOP
Taking Care of Our Own: Mental Health Among Colorado Emergency Responders
In Colorado, three times more police officers died by suicide than other line of duty deaths combined; for firefighters, suicides outpaced other line of duty deaths by 50%. Now, a first-of-its-kind report is available, detailing the state of mental health supports for emergency responders in Colorado. Read More...
Download: Responderstrong Survey report_final-March-2018.pdf
LEO Volunteers Requested - Tech and Virtual Reality in Mental Healthcare
ATTENTION: The Colorado FOP has been partnered with “Responder Strong” since its beginning and sits on its leadership committee as well as two other sub-committees. Responder Strong is the first endeavor in Colorado to mobilize mental wellness efforts across emergency responder groups – fire, law enforcement, EMS and dispatch. Read More...
Use of Force and Documentation - Training Opportunity
Outstanding training opportunity. Documenting the use of force is difficult because these rapidly evolving events are physically and emotionally stressful. Reporting critical details accurately requires effective recall, note-taking, organization, and writing skills. Reports must provide details that are clear, concise, accurate, and easy to understand. Read More...
Download: PATC USE OF FORCE BROCHURE.pdf
FOP Calls for AG investigation & Demands Denver Mayor Hancock Resign
DENVER - A spokeswoman for Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Tuesday rejected a demand by the state’s largest police union, the Colorado Fraternal Order of Police, that the Mayor resigns after a series of sexually suggestive text messages he sent to a member of his security detail came to light last week. Read More...
Download: Denver Public Safety Crisis - FOP Request for Independent Investigation.pdf
Colorado Eagles' "Pot of Gold" Benefit Night
Endorsed and Promoted by the Colorado Fraternal Order of Police: The “Pot of Gold” game is a fundraiser game for a family dealing with the financial hardships of caring for a sick child. This year’s recipient is Malaki Turner who was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis at birth. Every ticket purchased will send $5 directly to Malaki and his family. Read More...
Denver Ethics Board Decision on FOP Lodge 27 Complaint
On February 21, 2018 the “Denver Board of Ethics” reviewed the complaints filed on November 9, 2017 by Denver Sheriffs FOP Lodge 27, through its attorney Reid Elkus, alleging specific ethics violations committed by DSD Chief Connie Coyle and DSD Major Bryan Moore in their developing and handling of a promotional process. Read More...
Download: FOP v. Coyle and Moore opinion.pdf
Training Opportunity - Electronic Device Crime Scene Search and Evidence Recovery
The Colorado FOP is hosting an important law enforcement training event at our new building in Westminster. Our state of the art training room is finished and this will be the first event we will be hosting at our new 14,000 square foot State FOP Office building. Read More...
Download: PATC-Electronic devices training - April.pdf
My Husband is a Police Officer, and I Owe You an Apology
There’s a reason my husband is an officer and I am not. I’m a relatively good person, but he’s better than me. He became an officer for all the right reasons. He was that little boy who never knew his daddy. He watched his mother struggle to make ends meet. Read More...
 
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