Gaylord Rockies is just one of the exciting projects coming to Aurora
The following link is an interactive way to see all the exciting projects coming to Aurora.
Mainstreet Pediatrics is a full-service primary-care pediatric clinic providing compassionate, individualized care to patients from birth to age 21.
At Mainstreet Pediatrics we have a special place in our hearts for first responder and military families. It is for this reason that we want to make our unique model of excellent pediatric care available to the Aurora Police Department.
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Last month, we offered up "Badass Aurora cops during the '80s," based on some amazing, vintage shots newly shared by the Aurora Police Department on its Facebook page.
Colorado FOP's PTSD Workers' Comp Bill Passes Senate and Sent to Governer. He is expected to sign the bill in the upcoming days.
Today, 04/19/17 the Colorado FOP's PTSD Workers Comp bill (HB 17-1229) passed the full Colorado Senate unamended on 3rd and final reading.
The proposed budget for the city’s fire department is $49 million, increasing $2 million from the city’s 2016 budget. Next year, money will be used to build the new fire station set to open near the future Gaylord Rockies Hotel and Conference Center in the Denver International Airport area. The city is also looking to add five full-time firefighters for the new Gaylord station, and 20 new more full-time firefighters with new fire equipment citywide.
Let's put one thing to bed. It would be wise for the media and some politicians to understand the governing constitutional decision and standard for "Stop and Frisk" (Terry stop). Stop and frisk (Terry stop) is based on reasonable suspicion and is completely constitutional under the landmark 8 to 1 SCOTUS decision Terry v. Ohio, 392 U.S. 1 (1968). Also reference unanimous SCOTUS decision Arizona v. Johnson, 555 U.S. 323 (2009).
Let's put one thing to bed. It would be wise for the media and some politicians to understand the governing constitutional decision and standard for "Stop and Frisk" (Terry stop).
Warrior Survival at Home and on the Streets is an outstanding seminar at no charge. This is the second time we have offered this class this year. All in attendance for the first seminar were extremely pleased with the course, and asked if we could do a repeat for other co-workers, family and friends. We have answered that call!!!
This free training will take place on August 27, 2016 from 0800 to 1630 at the Marriott Residence Inn located at 1450A Dry Creek Drive Longmont, CO 80503.
SUICIDE - Law Enforcement's Silent Killer. PTSD related suicides by officers are clearly on the rise and the anecdotal research indicates that officer suicides outnumber officers killed in the line of duty by 3 to 1. That means that officers are 3 times more likely to be killed by their own hand than by a criminal suspect.
Now available – Tuition Reimbursement Scholarships for eligible FOP members enrolled in a NFOPU school
"Education is key to the success of every FOP member's career and this program will provide a method of achieving their goals of obtaining higher education while performing their duties as law enforcement professionals. Read More...