Brandon Ramos

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Service Record

Denver Colorado Police Department

Rank Officer
Dates of Service Hired in 2019.[1]
Salary $85,022 (2022)[2]
Last Known Status Active

Incident Reports

2022 Shooting of Jordan Waddy

Critical Incident Briefing
Brandon Ramos booking photo
Brandon Ramos

On July 17, 2022, officers observed Waddy punching another man. As officers approached Waddy, he clutched his waistband, which made officers believe that he was armed. Waddy refused orders to stop and pulled a handgun from his jacket. Ramos and two other officers fired at Waddy, with one or more of Ramos' rounds striking people in the crowd behind Waddy. Six other people were injured.[3]

Officers rendered aid to Waddy until paramedics arrived.[4]

The incident was captured on officers' body-worn cameras and city-run surveillance cameras.[3]

Response Timeline

In January 2023, a city grand jury indicted Ramos on two counts of second-degree assault – reckless, three counts of third-degree assault - knowing/reckless, three counts of third-degree assault - negligence with a deadly weapon, one count of prohibited use of a weapon, and five counts of reckless endangerment.[1]

A grand jury found the shooting by the other officers to be legally justified.[3]

Ramos was placed on unpaid administrative leave.[3]

On January 23, 2024, Ramos pleaded guilty to third-degree assault.[3]

Ramos was sentenced to 18 months of probation and his state certification will be revoked.[3]

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