City dedicates new Sand Creek police facility
DNA evidence, persistence result in first-degree charges
CSPD seeks help in finding suspect
A female would-be good Samaritan and a paramedic were safe but recovering from minor injuries Friday, Feb. 8, after police say the woman was attacked by a man she was only trying to help.
D-2 ready for any incident, security personnel say Shortly before 8 a.m. on Dec. 5, just as Harrison High School students were gearing up to start their academic day, a staff member spotted a loaded pistol magazine abandoned in a corridor. What was supposed to
Richard Gonzalez becomes one of the first six Colorado Springs police staff members to receive the prestigious Bill Daniels True Blue Award.
Program will discuss protecting home, business through environmental design Sure, fixing a broken floodlight or trimming some overgrown hedges can do wonders for the aesthetics of your home or business. But it turns out they could cast some light on safety, too. A system of
The Colorado Springs Police Department will pilot two new education programs in 2019.
The Citadel mall was temporarily closed following Tuesday’s event.