In The News

Laser Technology, Inc. Sponsored CACP Mid-Year First Break on Monday, February 13

February 18, 2017

Turning up the HEAT to cut down on injuries and fatal accidents in Colorado. Watch how the Aurora PD Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic (HEAT) unit has been able to reduce crashes by 50% while issuing fewer tickets for traffic violations. Laser speed devices have been on the forefront for many years in assisting law officers in speed enforcement and this new approach is showing dramatic results.

For more information contact LTI: LTI Website or call 303.649.1000

 

Crime Scene Cleaners Sponsored CACP Mid-Year First Break on Tuesday, February 14

February 14, 2017

Formed in 2003, to serve as Colorado's premier cleaning service specializing in cleaning and disinfecting trauma scenes, hoarding and distressed property. Crime Scene Cleaners, Inc. is here to assist law enforcement and property owners/managers in restoring property contaminated as a result of crime, disaster or misuse with compassion and dignity. Due to the fact that we are a small, locally owned company we are able to take pride in the fact that we offer superior service while maintaining the lowest cost to families in need.

Crime Scene Cleaners Website. Phone: 303.777.0190.

 

 

Please Note Mid-Year Start Times

February 9, 2017

We look forward to seeing everyone at Mid-Year next week. The registration desk will open at 7:30am each morning. If you need to register for the conference still, you will be able to do so onsite. Monday to Wednesday breakfast will be available at 8:00am, and on Thursday and Friday, breakfast will be available at 7:30am.

The first session does not begin until 8:30am on Monday to Wednesday. On Thursday and Friday, the first session will begin at 8:00am. Please find the full schedule here.

See you next week!

 

Parker Police Department Hosted Training Events

February 9, 2017

The Parker Police Department is offering a series of trainings over the next few months. You can find each of them on the calendar, and the fliers are here with more information.

Command Leadership Institute
Media and Public Relations
Developing Worthy Leaders-- The Leadership Academy
Executive Leadership Institute
 

License Plate Readers Policy Available Now

February 9, 2017

Automatic license plate readers (ALPRs)—also known as license plate readers (LPRs)—use image-processing technology to identify vehicles by their license plates. LPRs automate a process that, in the past, was conducted manually by officers, license plate by license plate, with much officer discretion. Using a special form of optical character recognition (OCR), the LPR’s algorithms transform pixels of a digital image into the text of a license plate. Since entering the market, LPRs have been employed in many applications, but one of the fastest-growing uses is by justice entities who use LPR technology as an investigative tool... click here to read the full article and to access the policy.

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