Tim Brown

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Service Record

Agency: Loveland Colorado Police Department
Rank: Officer (1993), Sergeant (1996), Lieutenant (2003), Captain (2014), Interim Police Chief (2015), Assistant Police Chief.[1]
Dates of Service: 1993-2020[1][2]
Last Known Status: Retired[3]

Incident Reports

2019 Arrest of Preston Sowl

Department Response

Legal Action

In 2020, Sowl filed a civil lawsuit against the city and the officers involved.[4]

Sowl's lawsuit claims that Brown prompted Officer Benjamin DeLima to mute his body camera to engage in a conspiracy.[5]

The lawsuit was settled in 2021.[4]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Katie de la Rosa, Capt. Tim Brown named interim Loveland PD chief, Coloradoan, 2015-11-30
  2. Tim Brown Profile, Linkedin.com
  3. Assistant Chief Tim Brown to retire after 26 years at Loveland Police Department, Reporter Herald, 2020-02-29
  4. 4.0 4.1 Austin Fleskes, Excessive force lawsuit against Loveland police, city settled for $290,000, Reporter Herald, 2021-01-25
  5. Complaint and Jury Demand, Sowl's initial complaint, Loveland Government web site, 2020-06-22