In The News

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!


Law Enforcement Night At Colorado Rapids Extended Into June Games

Posted: June 7, 2017

Law Enforcement Night was a success this past weekend! Since the Rapids sold out, they have decided to extend the offer through the remaining June games. Please see the revised flyer. If you have any questions or need help purchasing tickets contact Andrea Garza.


Trauma To Trail Training In Arizona

Posted: June 7, 2017

Michael Milnor and his partner are putting a training together in Tempe, AZ in September 2017. Michael is a police chief in VA with over 35 years in law enforcement, and his partner Nancy Oglesbey is a 25 year career prosecutor. Together they have formed the company; Justice 3D to teach law enforcement and prosecutors trauma informed methods of investigation and prosecution of non-stranger sexual assault.

The creator of the FETI victim interview technique with attend the three day training in Tempe, AZ. They have been endorsed by the Arizona State Prosecutors Advisory Council. Milnor and his partner work with States to provide law enforcement in-service credit when possible. They have the support of Chief Sylvia Moir of Tempe, AZ police department and they were honored to have her open at last years conference.

Information about the training can be found on this flyer.

Brian Olson Is Most Recent CACP New Member 

Posted: June 7, 2017

Please help us welcome Chief Brian Olson of Snowmass Police Department as an Active 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 Olson if you're in the same region. Remember -- you can search all CACP members on the website.


IACP Membership Drive Update

Posted: June 5, 2017

The International Association of Chiefs of Police is in the final month of the President's Membership Drive. They are close to the goal of 30,000 members! There is strength in numbers and, as the premier police Association focusing on member advocacy and world-wide leadership for Chiefs of Police and their command staff, the IACP brings training, networking and other opportunities to "Serve the Leaders of Today and Develop the Leaders of Tomorrow."

Membership in IACP is cost effective and provides many benefits not only for Chiefs, but for their senior command staff, supervisors, training officers, accreditation managers and other 'leaders of tomorrow.' It is a great way to help people grow in their careers and be prepared to take on added responsibilities.

For more information about IACP membership and the benefits, click here to view the flyer.

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