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Dwight Henninger Is Running For The 4th Vice President Of IACP & Needs Your Help

Posted: October 5, 2017

Colorado Chief’s,

I need your help to win the election for 4th Vice President of the International Association of Chiefs of Police at the conference in Philadelphia, PA on Monday, October 23, 2017.  There are two other candidates from the East Coast running against me and they have the home field advantage!  I need every one of you to take action to help me get elected, so I can represent Colorado and CACP with the IACP.  This is important for our State and Association!

If attending the Conference:

That means that each of you attending the IACP conference in Philly need to take the few moments to vote on Monday and to stick around till noon on Tuesday for a possible run off!  I need you to encourage other attendees to vote for me too!  Wear my green stickers that will be handed out at the conference.  Lastly, I need help staffing my booth from Friday at noon till Monday afternoon.  It is important to have at least one Colorado Chief at the booth at all times, to show CACP’s support of me, to anyone who stops by.  I have a link to the on-line sign-up sheet for you to commit to a time that works for you during the conference.  Please go to the spread sheet and sign-up now, it saves automatically.   

Link:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1HygL2DyK-q5OHU-qdt1gFCdeYUJjSQ7zzY2hnIva8zc/edit#gid=0

Join other Colorado Chiefs and attendees to go as a group to vote for our endorsed candidate Chief Dwight Henninger on October 23rd at 11:30 AM!  Meet for a picture and group voting in the Conference Registration area, next to the IACP Store on level 100 of the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

Please contact Steamboat Springs PD Chief Cory Christensen, or Frisco PD Chief Tom Wickman, who are acting as my Colorado Leads to help with campaigning at the Conference.

Cory Christensen                                                                      Tom Wickman
Chief of Police                                                                          Chief of Police
Steamboat Springs Police Department                                                Frisco Police Department
(970) 879-1144                                                                                      (970) 668-3579
cchristensen@steamboatsprings.net                                         TomW@townoffrisco.com

If not attending the IACP Conference:

I think Chief’s are inherently not trusting, so a call from a peer encouraging them to vote goes a long way.  So please call 5 of your friends that will be attending the conference and ask them to vote for me.  I have attached my facts sheet for your information.  Please feel free to forward it to those you talk to, or direct them to my 2 minute campaign video at my website at www.Dwight4IACP.com

All active IACP members can vote, that means all Chiefs, Directors of Public Safety, Superintendents and Commissioners and all the number two’s in their organizations!  You can check your membership status on the IACP website at www.theiacp.org

After all the challenges in policing, it’s clear that we need a 4th VP of the IACP with the dedication, leadership and experience to make sure we keep us moving in the right direction for our State.

If you want to make sure you need to help elect a 4th Vice President who will stand up for you Washington DC, then vote for Dwight Henninger for 4th VP.

Throughout my career, I’ve worked hard for policing, I will step up and make sure we’re ready in Colorado to take action and protect our communities.

I’m overwhelmed by all of the support that you’ve shown since I started this campaign -- now, we’re down to the last few days before October 23rd, I’m asking you to help make sure we’re going cross the finish line successfully.

Please give me a call if you have any questions or ideas to help me be successful for Colorado, it has been 60 years since a Coloradoan was the President of IACP!

Thanks,
Dwight
 

IACP Presents A First Line Leadership Training In Vail November 13-15

Posted: October 5, 2017

The First-Line Leadership training features interactive and engaging group discussions and scenarios, taught by current and former law enforcement professionals. The First-Line Leadership training is open to sworn and non-sworn professionals looking to serve in a supervisory role including sergeants, corporals, and master police officers. The course is three days in length and limited in size to allow for maximized time use and personalized attention.

When: November 13-15, 2017
Where: Vail, Colorado
Who: Sergeants, Corporals, Master Police Officers, and other current and aspiring leaders
Cost: $400, includes training and course manual

First-Line Leadership participants will:

  • Enhance communication and manage change.
  • Learn key themes of followership and motivation.
  • Acquire leadership skills and risk management strategies.
  • Learn to maneuver in political environments.
  • Create community needs assessments.
  • Address current critical policing issues.

The small class size and researched-based curriculum makes this a great value and an important training for mid-level leaders.

Click here for more information and registration.

 

New Job Posting Available On Website

Posted: October 5, 2017

Two new jobs have been posted on the CACP website. You can find them here. Be sure you are logged in to access the job posts and descriptions.

If you have a Chief of Police job that you would like to post on the CACP website, please send the information to info@colochiefs.org.

Not a member? Join today!

 

This Week's CACP Sponsor In The Spotlight: SPIDR Tech

Posted: October 1, 2017

We'd like to thank SPIDR Tech for its continued support of CACP. SPIDR Tech was an Emerald Sponsor at the 2017 Annual Conference and we are glad they were able to join us. Engage is the first customer service platform designed specifically for law enforcement.  It automatically creates follow up and update emails and texts for victims of crime and citizens requesting service Thank you SPIDR Tech!

 

Puerto Rico Requesting Assistance From Bi-Lingual Law Enforcement Officers

Posted: September 28, 2017

Chiefs, Sheriff's, et All;
 
Colorado has received a request from Puerto Rico to provide Bi-Lingual Law Enforcement Officers to assist in security needs throughout the island. Officers would be assigned various duties such as enforcing curfew, infrastructure security, etc. Our portion of this request is part of a broader request for up to 1,500 LEO's for this function.
 
I currently am waiting on clarification regarding vehicles and what type of guns are authorized or needed.

Here are the details for the mission:
 
Personnel would deploy on 9/30 and return appx. 10/14, extensions are possible and can be addressed later.
 
Duty length would be 15 days with 1 day of travel on each side - totaling up to 17 days
Working conditions are Hurricane ravaged field environment (Safety gear; boots, gloves needed)
Living conditions would be in a basecamp type facility or ship with meals provided
 
All Travel will be arranged by DHSEM Logistics staff.
 
Personnel should expect and be capable of working in high heat conditions with humidity and high heat indexes.
 
If your agency is interested, please complete the attached excel file, and appoint an agency coordinating POC as we work to fill this request.
 
To complete the attached file;
 
Personnel Tab: Enter the data as requested in the appropriate columns
Equipment Tab: If your agency would charge for the use of Firearms, ammunition, Tasers, etc,  please enter this here
 
All emails for this mission shall be sent to: puertoricoemaclawenforcement@googlegroups.com
 
Your assistance is greatly appreciated !! 
Professionally, Jeremy
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Jeremy Utter |  Logistics Section Chief

 
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