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Consider Attending The Child Abduction Response Plan Training On July 18

Posted: May 26, 2017

Please see the bulletin below on Child Abduction Response Plan Training to take place in Westminster, Colorado and Aurora, Colorado during the week of July 17-21, 2017.   Any law enforcement personnel who may respond in child abduction investigations are encouraged to attend one of these trainings.

The first training is a five-day class and will conclude with a child abduction Field Training Exercise.  The five-day class will be limited to approximately 50 attendees, whose primary responsibilities would include responding to missing and abducted children.  For those who cannot commit to attend the five-day class, but want greater familiarity with responding to child abductions, then a one-day class will be offered during the same week.  Instruction at both classes will be provided by FBI National Child Abduction Rapid Deployment (CARD) Team and FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) personnel.

The 5-day class is nearly full, but you could still add yourself as an alternate in case we get some cancellations.  The 1-day class has room for up to 300, is open to all law enforcement, and still has tons of room.

Instructions to register are on the attached flyer.


Law Enforcement Appreciation At Coors Field On July 8

Posted: May 26, 2017

The Colorado Rockies and Major League Baseball has teamed up with the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund to show our appreciation for the men and women of Colorado who serve as law enforcement officers, corrections officers, public safety and first responders. Your Rockies and the Memorial Fund invite you, your friends, family, colleagues and the general public to join us for the Annual Law Enforcement Appreciation at Coors Field on Saturday July 8th at 7:10pm as the Rockies take on the Chicago White Sox.

  • Outfield Club: $50.00
  • Outfield Box: $30.00
  • Corner Outfield Box: $30.00
  • Upper Reserved Infield: $21.00
Five dollars of each ticket sold will be donated to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. 

City Of Evans Assessment Center: Sergeant Promotion - Assessors Needed

Posted: May 25, 2017
The City of Evans is pleased to announce an upcoming Sergeant Promotional Assessment Center on Wednesday, June 21 from 8:00am-5:00pm being held at the City of Evans Police Department, 1100 37th Street.  We are requesting assistance from area agencies to aid us with our assessment center and asking for volunteers, Command level preferred, to serve as an assessor for this process.  Rainguet & Associates will be facilitating our assessment center.  All training for the assessment center will be provided as well as a light breakfast and lunch for assessors.
Please RSVP to Julie Tymkowych in Human Resources if you are willing to assist at (970) 475-1161 or by Monday, June 12. On behalf of Chief Brandt, he would like to express his sincere gratitude for any resources your agency can provide for our Police Sergeant Assessment Center.
Kind regards,

Julie Tymkowych, IPMA-CP
Human Resources Analyst
City of Evans
Phone: (970) 475-1161
Fax: (970) 475-1166


Register Now For The 2017 CACP Annual Conference

Posted: May 25, 2017

Register today for the Annual Conference being held in Colorado Springs at Hotel Elegante. Please login to your profile to ensure you get the member discount. 

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!

The awards banquet will be held the evening of Wednesday, June 28. We will have FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe 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.

Speaker In The Spotlight 

Brenda J. Allen, Ph.D., University of Colorado Denver

Brenda J. Allen (Ph.D., Howard University) is the Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Inclusion and a Professor of Communication at the University of Colorado Denver and the Anschutz Medical Campus. Her scholarship and teaching focus on organizational communication and social identity (e.g., gender, race, sexuality, age, ability, nationality, and social class), with an emphasis on diversity in higher education. Among her publications is the groundbreaking book, Difference Matters: Communicating Social Identity. She presents keynote speeches, conducts workshops, and provides consultation on topics such as implicit bias, inclusion in the workplace, strategic planning, culturally-responsive teaching, mentoring, and diversity hiring practices.

Other confirmed Annual speakers include CBI Director Mike Rankin, Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz and Jim Burack the Director of the Marijuana Enforcement Division. 


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


Phil Stubblefield and Mike Engebrecht Are Most Recent CACP New Member 

Posted: May 25, 2017

Please help us welcome Chief Phil Stubblefield as an Active member and Deputy Chief Mike Engebrecht as an associate member to CACP! 

Do you have officers on your staff that would like to become Associate members of CACP? Have them join today!

Be sure to connect with Chief Stubblefield and Deputy Chief Engebrecht if you're in the same region. Remember -- you can search all CACP members on the website.

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