In The News

Congratulations To Chief Dennis McLaughlin On Achieving Executive Certification

Posted: May 10, 2017

Friends-- please join the CACP board in giving a shout-out to Chief Dennis McLaughlin in Breckenridge for successfully achieving CACP Executive Certification! Well done, Dennis! Your leadership and commitment to professional policing in Colorado is recognized and appreciated!

Rick D. Brandt
Chief of Police
 

Join Colorado Rapids For Law Enforcement Night On June 3

Posted: May 10, 2017

The Colorado Rapids will be hosting Law Enforcement Night on June 3 and invite you and your family to join them.

Ticket Package $30:

  • Reserved seating in the South Corner
  • $3 from every ticket will benefit the Denver Police Museum
  • First 100 buyers will receive a limited edition Colorado Rapids Law Enforcement Challenge Coin
To purchase tickets, please click here.
 

The Craig Police Department and Monument Police Department Need Your Input

Posted: May 10, 2017

Chief Walt Vanatta from Craig Police Department and Chief Jake Shirk from Monument Police department are seeking input regarding firearms qualifications and policies around HB218, respectively. 

Please login to your CACP account and offer your input to Chief Vanatta here and to Chief Shirk here.

 

Melissa Warden Is Most Recent CACP New Member 

Posted: May 10, 2017

Please help us welcome Administrative Sergeant Melissa Warden from Manitou Springs Police Department 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 Administrative Sergeant Warden if you're in the same region. Remember -- you can search all CACP members on the website.

 

Updates From ResponderStrong

Posted: May 9, 2017

Emergency responders across Colorado face many similar occupational challenges and stressors. Negative impacts from these occupational exposures are becoming more apparent in the form of depression, substance abuse, relationship struggles, PTSD, and suicide. With increasing awareness, individual departments across the state are searching for mental wellness supports and solutions using very limited resources. We all work in team-based environments - isn’t it ironic that we’ve been trying to handle such a significant issue in relative isolation?

The ResponderStrong™ organization, created in 2016, may have the solution. ResponderStrong consists of representatives from more than 40 emergency responder agencies across Colorado working in collaboration with the National Behavioral Health Innovation Center in a privately-funded, grassroots effort whose ranks are steadily growing.

They are working to create a broad platform for mental wellness that can serve emergency responders across Colorado. They are not asking for financial support from emergency response agencies. They are asking for input, expertise, guidance, and some leg work. This project has tremendous potential to better serve our population and through doing so, even better serve our communities. To better inform the program development, the group has created an electronic survey.

In May, they will send the survey out to the heads of all law enforcement (police, sheriff, and state patrol), fire (volunteer, career, and combo), EMS, and dispatch agencies in Colorado, seeking one response from each agency. The survey has been designed to obtain basic information regarding what mental wellness resources are already available, what is working and what is not, and to identify what needs are not being adequately addressed across the state. Additional objectives of the survey include establishing contacts at each agency, recruiting new members, and providing data to shape the development of the program.

Please watch for this survey and have whomever is most familiar with your agency’s current mental wellness resources complete it. Your input is important- please take the time to complete the survey and outline your needs!

 
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