Study finds lack of police transparency
DENVER -- The Aurora Police Department paid $110,000 to Darsean Kelly after the African-American was hit with a stun gun in February 2016. Despite the payout to Kelly and the ACLU, the police chief insisted officers did nothing wrong in using a stun gun on an unarmed man. But when law students from the University of Denver asked to review the investigative discipline file conducted as part of an internal investigation, they were denied.