The names of three members of law enforcement from Colorado are being added to the national memorial as part of National Police Week.
Division Chiefs Simpson and Gordon helped open the door to diversity Casey Simpson is a trailblazer. He was the first African-American to be appointed to
Diversity in the Denver Police Department is not a new concept. The city’s first black officer, Isaac Brown, joined the force in 1880. By: Byron Reed Published: February
The Denver Police Museum, the Denver Police Department, and the Blair-Caldwell Library will join together to honor Retired Division Chief Casey Simpson and Retired Division
Officer Celena Hollis, badge number 05162, was in uniform and working off-duty at the City Park Jazz Festival on June 24, 2012, when she was