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Colorado Springs police honor 11 for acts of bravery
By Lisa Walton
Many police officers go their whole careers without facing gunfire or firing a weapon at someone while on duty.
Colorado Springs officer Allison Detwiler experienced both situations in her 22nd year as a police officer.
Police Foundation Makes Potentially Life-Saving Donation to CSPD, EPCSO
El Paso County sheriff’s deputies will be better prepared to handle life-threatening injuries thanks to a Police Foundation of Colorado Springs donation.
Police Foundation of Colorado Springs announces Myers Scholarship Fund
Fund will Support Children of CSPD Employees, Retirees
27th Annual Medal of Valor Luncheon
Foundation formed to give police a helping hand
The problems facing the Colorado Springs Police Department are no secret — funding has been stagnant, attrition has thinned the ranks and often no officers are available to answer non-emergency calls.
Instead of complaining about what the department can’t do, Barry Grossman and a handful of other residents recently banded together to offer the Police Department a little boost by creating The Police Foundation of Colorado Springs.
From KOAA | Nov. 30, 2010
Foundation for local police
The men and women on patrol in Colorado Springs now have support separate from the limitations of the city budget. The formation of the Police Foundation of Colorado Springs was just announced. It is a funding source and board made up of people independent of the department.