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Congratulations To The 2018 CACP Award Recipients 

Posted: August 1, 2018

At the 2018 CACP awards during the Annual Conference in Colorado Springs, our awards committee presented many great people with awards that recognized their efforts in the field of law enforcement. Each award winner received a plaque for their recognition and they posed for photos with Commissioner Bill Bratton. 

Congratulations to all recipients and thank you for your service.

Click Here For Awards Banquet Photos

 

 

Executive Education Public Safety Leadership Development Program

Posted: August 1, 2018

The primary objective of the Daniels College of Business Public Safety Leadership Development Program is to further develop public safety emerging leaders in our local communities. Participants will gain insight into their personal style, capabilities, strengths, and weaknesses and in turn understand their team’s capabilities, strengths, and weaknesses. Emphasis will be placed on developing leaders and understanding team dynamics. The program, developed in partnership with the Colorado Public Safety offices combines world-class speakers with personal assessments, leadership exercises, analytical assignments, and challenging activities to provide a life-changing experience.

Program Participants Receive: 
• Access to some of the world’s best resources in graduate level business education and leadership development
• Increased visibility into areas of personal strength and insight into potential areas for growth
• Tools to develop and maintain stronger peer relationships and information to help with current challenges
• Education to improve team organizational performance
• Exposure to best practices in a variety of subject matter areas to assist in dealing with business and operational situations

Class Dates:
Session 1: Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday, September 24 - 26, 2018
Session 2: Thursday, October 25, 2018
Session 3: Monday, December 3, 2018 

Click here for more information.

 

This Week's CACP Sponsor In The Spotlight: Visual Labs, Inc.

Posted: August 1, 2018

We'd like to thank Visual Labs, Inc. for its continued support of CACP. Visual Labs was an awards dinner sponsor the 2018 Annual Conference and we are glad they were able to join us.

The Visual Labs "all-in-one" Smartphone Body Camera Solution solution turns any off-shelf-smartphone into a body camera, digital camera, audio recorder, and GPS personnel locator. It provides live streaming in critical situations, location based analytics, and automatic upload of footage from the field to the CJIS-compliant Microsoft Azure Government Cloud. Visual Labs serves public safety departments of all sizes in Colorado and throughout the United States.

Contact Visual Labs at:

Email: [email protected]

Thank you Visual Labs, Inc.

 

Two Renewed To CACP! 

Posted: August 2, 2018

CACP would like to recognize our most recently renewed members, Greg Daly of the Avon Police Department and Nick Metz of the Aurora Police Department. Thank you Greg and Nick for your continued membership with CACP!

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

Be sure to connect with any of these members if you're in the same region. Remember -- you can search all CACP members on the website.

 

Treatment Advocacy Center Survey 

Posted: July 25, 2018

Dear Chiefs,
 
As a state police chiefs association with a committee dedicated to addressing the needs of individuals with serious mental illness, we need your help.
Police officers are often required to transport individuals in mental health crisis to appropriate services, such as emergency rooms, crisis centers or inpatient facilities.
In order to address these issues, we need your cooperation for input to help better understand the role of law enforcement in transport for individuals with mental illness and the impacts of these responsibilities on police time and money. 
Please take this survey.
The purpose of this survey is to collect national-level data from police departments and sheriffs’ offices throughout the country. The responses will be analyzed and reported out in aggregate. Recommendations for policy makers will be compiled into a joint report published by the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police, National Sheriffs’ Association, and the Treatment Advocacy Center. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete once relevant data is collected. 
 
Sincerely,
Chief Michael Lefancheck
Baldwinsville Police Department
President of New York State Association of Chiefs of Police

Dear Chiefs,

 

As a state police chiefs association with a committee dedicated to addressing the needs of individuals with serious mental illness, we need your help.

Police officers are often required to transport individuals in mental health crisis to appropriate services, such as emergency rooms, crisis centers or inpatient facilities.

In order to address these issues, we need your cooperation for input to help better understand the role of law enforcement in transport for individuals with mental illness and the impacts of these responsibilities on police time and money.

Please take this survey.  LINK: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LETransport

The purpose of this survey is to collect national-level data from police departments and sheriffs’ offices throughout the country. The responses will be analyzed and reported out in aggregate. Recommendations for policy makers will be compiled into a joint report published by the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police, National Sheriffs’ Association, and the Treatment Advocacy Center. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete once relevant data is collected.

 

 Sincerely,


Chief Michael Lefancheck
Baldwinsville Police Department

President of New York State Association of Chiefs of Police

 
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