DENVER, COLORADO - JANUARY 24:  Denver police chief Robert White listens to concerns from members of the public during a meeting held by the Denver Police Department at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver on January 24, 2017 in Denver, Colorado. The meeting was held for members of the public to give feedback about DPD's revised use of force policy.  The policy changes the department's focus to de-escalation and to only use the amount of force necessary to nab suspects or gain compliance. (Photo by Helen H. Richardson/The Denver Post)

WORTH READING: Denver police officers are no longer helping revise the department’s use-of-force policy

By NOELLE PHILLIPS | nphillips@denverpost.com | The Denver Post Officers have stopped attending meetings of a community group assembled to write a new use-of-force policy for the Denver Police Department. The sole officer who remained on the advisory committee that was formed in April dropped out Tuesday after sending a letter to the police chief tendering his resignation from the group. Tyson Worrell, treasurer …