- Eric Brandt (2018)
- Martin Garland
- Nathan Geerdes
- Zach Gifford (2020)
- Christian Glass (2022)
- Jason Haferman
- Nicholas Hanning
- Adam Holen
- Charles Hundley
- JaLonte Jones (2020)
- Elijah McClain (2019)
- John Pacheaco Jr. (2020)
- Valeri Pedraza
- Clayton Shriver (2020)
- Preston Sowl (2019)
- Julie Stahnke
- Aurora Colorado Police Department
- Black Hawk Colorado Police Department
- Brighton Colorado Police Department
- Clear Creek County Colorado Sheriff's Office
- Colorado Parks and Wildlife
- Denver Colorado Police Department
- Edgewater Colorado Police Department
- Federal Heights Colorado Police Department
- Fort Collins Colorado Police Services
- Frederick Colorado Police Department
- Glendale Colorado Police Department
- Granada Colorado Police Department
- Greenwood Village Colorado Police Department
- Idaho Springs Colorado Police Department
- Kiowa County Colorado Sheriff's Office
- Kit Carson County Colorado Sheriff's Department
- Leadville Colorado Police Department
- Lochbuie Colorado Police Department
- Loveland Colorado Police Department
- Norwood Colorado Marshal's Office
2020 "Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity" act
On June 19, 2020, this act was signed into law and requires many policy changes to be effective July 1, 2023, including:
The law requires all local law enforcement agencies and the Colorado state patrol officers to use body-worn cameras.
The law requires that reports be filed with the states for use of force resulting in death or serious injury, officer resignation while under investigation, information on police contacts, and unannounced entries.
Requires the state to revoke an officers certification when they are convicted of unlawful use of physical force or failure to intervene when another officer is using unlawful force.
Responses to Protests or Demonstrations
The law regulates the manner of use for kinetic impact projectiles and chemical agents during protests.
The law allows for civil proceedings to be brought against officers for civil rights violations, and denies the use of qualified immunity in such cases.
Use of Force
The law creates a new use of force standard by limiting the use of physical force, limiting the use of deadly force when force is authorized, and prohibiting a peace officer from using a chokehold.
The law requires a peace officer to intervene when another officer is using unlawful physical force and requires the intervening officer to file a report regarding the incident.
Effective January 1, 2022, the act requires the P.O.S.T. board to create and maintain a database containing information related to an officers, untruthfulness, inability to follow training, decertification, and termination for cause.
- SB20-217 Enhance Law Enforcement Integrity, Colorado General Assembly, 2020-06-19