In The News

Register Today For The 2017 Annual Conference And Golf Tournament

Posted: April 27, 2017

The 2017 Annual Conference will be held June 26-29 in Colorado Springs. This year's theme is "Advancing 21st Century Policing." We are excited to announce that our speaker for Wednesday evening will be Andrew McCabe, the FBI Deputy Director-- you don't want to miss him!

The golf tournament will take place on Monday, June 26 beginning at 12pm. Lunch, 18-hole round of golf, and a cart are included in registration. We will have over $1500 worth of prizes for the tournament. Register today!


Lucas Fedler Is Most Recent CACP New Member And Ron Saunier and Barry Romans Are Most Recent CACP Members To Renew

Posted: April 27, 2017

Please help us welcome Chief Lucas Fedler from Delta Police Department to CACP!

Please help us welcome back our renewing members Commander Ron Saunier from Denver Police Department and Chief Barry Romans from Burlington Police Department.

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 Barretine if you're in the same region. Remember -- you can search all CACP members on the website.


Getting Cops In The Cloud And Back On Beat- An Update from a Mid-Year 2017 Sponsor, Mark43

Posted: April 20, 2017

CNN Tech recently spotlighted Mark43's Records Management System for reducing police report writing times in Washington, D.C. by 80%. This returned 240,000 patrol hours to the D.C Metropolitan Police Department in one year, which was the equivalent of putting 110 officers back on the street. Mark43 will be exhibiting at the CACP Annual Conference in Colorado Springs. 


Official Declaration of Police Week Available

Posted: April 20, 2017

The Week of May 14-20, 2017 has officially been declared Police Week. This is in connection therewith, declaring May 15, 2017 as Peace Officers' Memorial Day. For the fully copy of Senate Join Resolution 17-026, click here.


CACP Representative Requested To Apply For Mental Health Advisory Board For Service Standards And Regulations

Posted: April 20, 2017

Law enforcement officers are often the first (and sometimes only) professional to intervene when an individual is experiencing a mental health crisis. The Mental Health Advisory Board for Service Standards and Regulations is interested in having a representative on the Board to provide insight into the challenges that law enforcement faces when called to a mental health emergency. The Mental Health Advisory Board for Service Standards and Regulations was created pursuant to Section 27-65-131, C.R.S. and is responsible for recommending standards and rules relevant to the provisions of Title 27, Article 65, C.R.S., Care and Treatment of Persons with Mental Illness.

Board members are appointed by the governor and are assigned to assist the Colorado Department of Human Services in the development of service standards and rules. The Mental Health Advisory Board for Service Standards and Regulations is made up of 11-15 board members, representing various facilities or groups across the State of Colorado.

The board meets once a month at the Office of Behavioral Health and board members are eligible for 2 terms lasting 3 years each. If you are interested or know someone who would be interested in this opportunity, please apply on the Governor’s Board and Commissions website ( or contact me for more information.

Ryan Templeton Coordinator, Mental Health Advisory Board for Service Standards and Regulations Office of Behavioral Health
3824 West Princeton Circle
Denver, CO 80236
303-866-7405 direct 303-866-7428 fax [email protected]


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