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First Responder Convention Coming To Casper, Wyoming

Posted: June 11, 2017

A First Responder Convention is coming to Casper in October.

The Emotional health, Personal growth and Leadership development Convention will be October 9-11, 2017 in Casper at the Events Center. The hosting agency is Casper PD, and we will have 16- 20 POST credit hours.

Please visit the website www.altheamitchellpresents.com for list of speakers and breakout sessions.

 

Police Jurisdiction/Authority: Study From Burlington Police Department

Posted: June 11, 2017

Crystal Meade is working alongside the Burlington Police Department in an effort to research policies of the 50 American states and prepare and propose a NC law that would unify the local level officers with statewide authority/jurisdiction, if passed. The related study that is underway would benefit from the participation of all possible police chiefs from all states in the following survey, for which a description in provided below. It is only necessary for each chief to take the survey once, even if they should receive it from multiple sources.

Link to survey for American States: Police Jurisdiction/Authority - Chiefs.

'This survey is presented by the North Carolina, Burlington Police Department to the Chiefs Associations of the varying American states, or the closest relating association with the same cause. This survey is an effort to obtain data that is critical to policy analysis and evaluation regarding police jurisdiction and authority for local level police officers. The purpose of this study is to research and evaluate extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ) police authority and various laws throughout the fifty American states. The data collected by this survey will not only aid in the evaluation of the varying states policies, but also in the formulation and establishment of a policy proposal that, if passed by the North Carolina Generally Assembly, would ultimately modify state law. The policy goal is to unify local level police officers with statewide jurisdiction in a way that is effective, efficient, and adequate. Currently, North Carolina operates under a one-mile extra-jurisdictional allowance, provided by law. It is understood that not all departments will maintain records for the information linked to every question. Although an effort to answer every question is optimal, missing data may be inevitable. If there are additional resources that may be tapped for relevant research purposes, please indicate those resources in the associated question in the survey. We ask that the Chief of each department complete this survey. The Burlington Police Department appreciates your willingness to participate in this study.'

Any questions or comments regarding this survey or the subject of police jurisdiction/authority, can be directed to Ms. Crystal Meade, at Ceunruh@uncg.edu. If you are interested in learning about the results of this study or would like a copy of the final report, please indicate this in the subject line of an email to Ms. Meade at Ceunruh@uncg.edu.

The Burlington Police Department appreciates both your time and willingness to participate in this survey. We value your opinion and openness to networking. We thank you.

 

Have You Secured Your Tickets To The Awards Banquet?

Posted: June 8, 2017

The awards banquet will be held the evening of Wednesday, June 28. We will have Acting Director Andrew McCabe of the FBI speaking and you don't want to miss him. Guests are invited to attend the banquet, purchase additional tickets for them here. *A ticket to the banquet is included with each full conference registration. 

Registration for the Annual Conference closes on June 20, don't delay in getting registered! Please login to your profile to ensure you get the member discount. If the chief of the department cannot make it, please consider sending other personnel in their place. 

Monday, June 26 will be the golf tournament and the first day to check-in and register. Click here to register for the golf tournament-- great prizes are up for grabs!

 

We look forward to seeing you there. If you have any questions, email us at info@colochiefs.org

 

Final Legislative And Monitor Reports Posted

Posted: June 8, 2017

The legislative committee has published the June 7 Legislative Report and the Monitor Report. CACP members, please login to your account, and access the reports here.

If not a member, please join!

 

Identifying, Investigating, And Prosecuting Domestic Violence Strangulation Cases

Posted: June 7, 2017

In a retrospective study of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty 1993-2013, 50% of those officers were killed by a criminal suspect with a public records act history of strangulation assault against a woman in a prior relationship. Riverside County District Attorney’s Office 2013 Study, Gerald Fineman, J.D

Join Jefferson County on Tuesday, July 25, 2017 for a training on identifying, investigating and prosecuting domestic violence strangulation cases.

POST, CLE and CEU credit anticipated. Documents necessary to receive credit available at completion of the training. 

Members, click here to see the full flyer and course description. Make sure you are logged into your profile.

Not a member? Join today!

 
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