Police Officer Kenneth Chua Jordan

Police Officer Kenneth Chua Jordan

Colorado Springs Police Department, Colorado

End of Watch Tuesday, December 5, 2006

Kenneth Chua Jordan

Officer Ken Jordan was shot and killed while backing up an officer during a traffic stop of a suspected drunk driver on Fountain Boulevard at 11:15 pm.

When Officer Jordan and the second backup officer approached the vehicle, the assailant opened fire, fatally wounding Officer Jordan. The other officer returned fire, seriously wounding the suspect.

Officer Jordan was transported to Memorial Hospital where he succumbed to his wounds approximately one hour later.

In December 2008, the suspect pleaded guilty to all charges in connection with Officer Jordan's murder and was sentenced to life in prison, plus 167 years.

Officer Jordan had served with the Colorado Springs Police Department for 6 years. He is survived by his parents and sister.

Bio

  • Age 32
  • Tour 6 years
  • Badge 1760

Incident Details

  • Cause Gunfire
  • Incident Date Monday, December 4, 2006
  • Weapon Handgun
  • Offender Sentenced to life

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Another year has passed and I continue to miss you terribly. A wonderful friend of mine did a special thing for me this year. My recruit team gave me an Officer Thompson bobble head before they left for PTO. My friend “kidnapped” her and she went on an adventure. There were ransom notes and a suspect board that were a part of this adventure but that is another story for another time. :) You would have appreciated the humor and adventure behind it:) In the end I discovered that he took her to the LE Memorial where he took a picture of her by your name engraved on the wall. He framed the picture and led clues for me to find it. When I found it I burst into tears because he took the time to do something so special for me that involved you. That picture is in my office next to my favorite picture of me and you. Even though it has been many years since we lost you the emotions are still overwhelming and always present. I continue to smile at your picture and touch it as I walk by everyday.
I wish you were here.
Tracey

Tracey
CSPD

December 4, 2018

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