Mahkagari, Do you feel that the Denver PD should have a uniform policy regarding restraining orders or do you feel that Denver PD should specifically address each issue and make a decision in detail? I don't feel that a blanket policy would work well. Police officers are targets of abuse as well. Sometimes, a lien is filed against an officer along with a restraining order. Usually people's actions are unprovoked, but there are always exceptions. I would say that an officer should have the issue address specifically. To make sure that officers aren't the victims of abuse. I have no opinion in this specific case though.
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"Do you think there's value in tracking restraining orders in a police department?" asked Ferrugia."Absolutely, I think we should know the facts and circumstances of the conduct of our officers that may have, and I underline, may have some bearing on their performance as police officers," said LaCabe.The CALL7 Investigators have learned the Denver Police Department does not track who has a civil restraining order, why they have it, or how many officers in its employ have one."It's like any behavior. If an officer doesn't self-report, or if no one reports it to us, there's really no way for us to know," said LaCabe.