Denver Police Museum celebrates 160 years, honors fallen officer with new badgePosted: 01-Feb-2019
The Denver Police Museum unveiled a commemorative badge to celebrate the founding of the department 160 years ago. Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen
presented the badge to the family of fallen officer Celena Hollis at DPD headquarters at 1331 Cherokee St. in downtown Denver. "It means everything
to us," said Dorothy Hollis, Celena's mother. "We are so blessed. The Denver Police Department, the museum, they're always thinking of Celena, they're
always doing things for us for Celena's daughter. It's a great honor." For more information on this story, click here.