I was arrested but my case was eventually dismissed. In the police report for my case were upwards of 30 "errors" made by the detective who wrote up the affidavit, every single one of them suspicious in that their presence helped better accommodate the charge. The errors included washouts, blatant misquotings, blatant misinformation, cut offs, poor probable cause arguments, direct contradictions in the victim's testimony
, victim testimony which didn't make sense, etc. Of course--everything was in writing because the evidence was emails, and the affidavit was in analysis of those emails. I wrote up a report pinpointing the errors and mailed it in to the professional standards unit at the police dept. in question. I received a letter in reply essentially denying me an investigation, and in effect stating that too many people had signed off on that affidavit (i.e. detective, detective's supervisor, dept. attorney, a DA, etc)--and so, no investigation. I mailed a letter to the attorney general
's office and they responded that Colorado is a "local control state" and that such matters are for the cities and counties to consider, not them. I've come across a website: policeabuse.com and wonder if they could help. All I request is an investigation into my information. What would be the best way to go about getting one?