Denver police fine officer who circumvented DIA security

08/24/2010 | KCNC-TV (Denver)

A veteran Denver police officer has been docked two days' pay after an internal investigation found that he used an electronic access card to board flights at Denver International Airport without going through screening. The cards are supposed to be used only for official police business. Division Chief Dave Fisher Jr. could also face a separate fine from the TSA, though the federal agency has declined to comment on its investigation.

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