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Denver Cops Abused Confidential Database To Get Dates, Enable Stalking: Report

Denver Police officers caught using a confidential database for personal reasons should face stiffer penalties, the city's independent monitor argued in a report released Tuesday. The report, which reviewed both the Denver Police and the Denver Sheriff Department's performance for 2015, found several instances of officers abusing both the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and it's state counterpart, the Colorado Crime Information Center (CCIC).
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