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Boulder police deal with wave of misconduct

The suspension of two Boulder police officers who are being investigated in the shooting of an elk on New Year's Day comes after a number of arrests in the last year and a half of officers and former officers on criminal charges ranging from DUI to attempted murder.

Boulder Police Chief Mark Beckner said he knows the accusations affect how the public views the department.

In an interview with the Camera, Beckner said he wants the public to know he takes each accusation seriously, and he asked Boulder residents to look not just at the bad actions of some officers but also Cheap Levitra For Sale at how the department handles these cases, with thorough internal investigations.

Boulder police officer Brent Curnow Kamagra 100mg Oral Jelly Buy is on suspension and under investigation in connection with Tuesday's fatal shooting of an elk."It's embarrassing to all of us, the officers, the dispatchers, the record clerks, the detectives, we're all embarrassed," Beckner said. "We pride ourselves on being an ethical, responsible police organization."

The investigation into the actions of officers Sam Carter and Brent Curnow on Tuesday night, when a large bull elk was shot and killed on Mapleton Hill, is still under way, and no criminal charges have been filed.

According to Boulder police, an on duty officer said he shot the elk because it was injured but did not report killing the animal or firing his weapon. An off duty officer took the animal home for meat. Carter was on duty that night, according to police records, and Curnow was not.

All of those actions violate the typical procedures followed by Boulder officers in animal cases, police officials said, and an internal investigation is also under way, in addition to a criminal investigation by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. Boulder police, the Boulder County District Attorney's Office and the City Council have been inundated with phone calls and emails demanding the officers be charged and fired.

Former Boulder police officer Eric Shunglik Lee resigned following a 2011 federal firearms charge.

Beckner said officers have due process rights that are important to protect, and proper investigations take time. He asked the public for patience.

Nonetheless, the public's anger is shared within the department, Beckner said.

"One good sign for me is that there is a lot of anger Herbal Viagra Uk here over these recent activities," Beckner said. "It's not like people are circling the wagons to protect people who don't make good decisions."

Elk shooting is only the latest serious mis step

Beckner acknowledged there have been a concerning number of serious incidents in the last 18 months, and he said department officials are looking at whether any procedures or protocols need to be clarified or whether the "messaging" to officers needs to change.

Former Boulder police officer Christian McCracken faces trial for attempted murder.

In April 2012, a former Boulder police officer, Eric Shunglik Lee, pleaded guilty in federal court to possessing an unregistered firearm, a charge stemming from an accusation that the 33 year old patrol officer stole and sold Army issued assault rifle silencers.

Lee was hired by the Boulder Police Department in January 2010 and resigned in November 2011 after being placed on leave during an internal investigation.

Federal officials said Lee gave silencers he brought back from a tour of duty in Iraq to another National Guardsman, who sold them to an undercover informant.

In May, a Boulder police officer on medical leave, Christian McCracken, was charged with attempted murder for allegedly plotting to murder his ex girlfriend's new boyfriend.

Boulder police officer Scott Morris is on administrative leave following a DUI charge.

McCracken sustained a head injury in the line of duty in 2011. McCracken, who is scheduled to stand trial in February, resigned after an internal affairs investigation into his case.

Two Boulder police officers are currently on administrative leave after being arrested on suspicion of DUI.

Scott Morris was pulled over by Boulder County sheriff's deputies in November. According to a police report, he had been pulled over 44 times in the last several years and some of the deputies were familiar with him from those incidents. He is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.

Then in December, Boulder DUI officer Elizabeth Ward was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in Thornton.

Boulder police officer Elizabeth Ward is on administrative leave following a DUI charge.

Boulder Mayor Matt Appelbaum said the City Council doesn't get involved in individual police officer disciplinary matters, but the community is concerned. He said there probably should be a public discussion with Beckner and City Manager Jane Brautigam about how the police department plans to restore public confidence.

12/09/2016

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