Officer-involved shootings up in monitor's report on Denver law enforcers

Earlier today, we highlighted one section from the Office of the Independent Monitor's annual report -- a recommendation for discipline against an officer who bloodied a handcuffed Patricia Lucero that wasn't accepted by the Manager of Safety's Office. But there's plenty of other interesting information in the seventy-page document, including an increase in officer-involved shootings, with many of them involving individuals in the midst of a mental-health crisis. We've got details, graphics and the complete document below.
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