James Henning

Commander, Investigative Support Division

Denver Police Department


James Henning is a 30-year veteran of the Denver Police Department with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Metropolitan State University in Denver. He attended Session 258 of the FBI National Academy in the Fall of 2014. James Henning was promoted to be the Commander of the DPD Investigative Support Division in 2016 which includes the Vice/Drug Bureau and various narcotics task forces. From 2012 – 2015, he was the Lieutenant in charge of the Vice/Drug Bureau and assisted in addressing all the issues encountered in the legalization of recreational marijuana. He is a member of the Denver Marijuana Policy Team and regularly completes presentations to outside agencies (national and international), media, marijuana industry, and governmental leaders on the issues faced by the Denver Police Department and the City of Denver resulting from the legalization of marijuana.

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