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Call For 2017 Award Nominations

January 12, 2017

The mid-year conference is just around the corner and the annual conference follows a few months later.  It is time for us to look back on the past year and determine if there are individuals or organizations deserving of recognition by our association for their work or accomplishments in making our communities safer.

CACP has several categories of recognition for individual or organizational excellence.  We need your assistance as leaders to review the award categories and to consider submitting an individual, employee, or organization for consideration. You can submit one or more nominations for review.

The awards, guidelines, and submittal instructions can be found here. Awards need to be submitted no later than April 15, 2017

Daniel Brennan is the Awards Committee Chair and he will be accepting nominations by email at

A committee of association members will review the awards and select the recipients. We need CACP members to assist Daniel in reviewing the awards and making selections. It would be great if there is one volunteer from each of the regions. 

For Daniel's full announcement, click here.


Basalt Police Department Is Presented Accreditation Award

January 12, 2017

The Basalt Police Department held their accreditation ceremony on January 10, 2017. Chief John Camper from Grand Junction Police Department was there to present the accreditation award to Chief Greg Knott of Basalt Police Department. Please help us in congratulation Chief Greg Knott and the Basalt Police Department.



Register Now For The 2017 CACP Mid-Year Conference

January 12, 2017

Registration is back online for the 2017 CACP Mid-Year Conference after a brief technical difficulty with our new website! Please login to your profile to ensure you get the member discount. The New Chiefs Orientation will take place Monday-Wednesday, Feb. 13-15, and the Mid-Year Conference will be Thursday and Friday, Feb. 16-17. 

Speaker In The Spotlight 

Christina S. Gunn, Special Counsel, Hall & Evans, LLC 

Ms. Gunn's session is titled, 'Legal Issues and Updates' and will cover legal issues including a survey of recent opinions by state and federal courts. Guidance will also be provided regarding administrative responsibilities including obligation to turn over potential exculpatory evidence under Brady v. Maryland. Legal implications of electronically-stored information will also be addressed, including discussion of retention policies and spoliation (civil claim related to destruction of electronic information). 

Ms. Gunn’s practice focuses on Employment and Public Entity. Prior to joining Hall & Evans, Ms. Gunn was an attorney with The Sotos Law Firm in Chicago. There she handled litigation matters dealing with civil rights, police misconduct, and employment discrimination for both public and private sector clients. She has provided training to police officers through speeches, roll call training, and written materials regarding legal updates and other topics such as use of force, tasers and OC spray.

Other confirmed Mid-Year speakers include CBI Director Mike Rankin, Aurora Police Chief Nick Metz and Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman. 

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



General Assembly Begins – So Does CACP Legislative Committee

January 11, 2017

The Colorado General Assembly began today.  Every Friday afternoon for the next several weeks, CACP's legislative committee will delve into the specifics of a variety of bills, and will ponder over how best to use our influence and energy and where does CACP effort make the most sense.  

The Chair of the CACP legislative committee is Chief Mike Phibbs, from Auraria.  

Please read our members-only report previewing this year's legislative session, including bills that we expect to see.


Limited Tickets Remain For Law Enforcement Night At The Colorado Avalanche On February 19, 2017

January 10, 2017

Don't forget to join us as the Colorado Avalanche roll out the Red and Blue carpet. Limited tickets remain! 

Discounted tickets start at $42.00!

SEE FLIER or Order Online

Click here for the full article "Law Enforcement Night Colorado Avalanche February 19, 2017."

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