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2018 Annual Conference Sponsors

Posted: June 14, 2018

Thank you to our current Annual Conference Sponsors!

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Annual First Responder Day at Coors Field on Sunday, June 10

Posted: June 7, 2018

Baseball Fans, 

The Colorado Rockies and Major League Baseball has teamed up with the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund to show our appreciation for the men and women of Colorado who serve as law enforcement officers, corrections officers, public safety and first responders. Your Rockies and the Memorial Fund invite you, your friends, family, colleagues and the general public to join us for the Annual First Responder Day at Coors Field on Sunday, June 10th as the Rockies take on the Arizona Diamondbacks. 

Ticket packages start at just $20.00, order your discounted ticket package online or by phone TODAY! 
Each ticket comes with a First Responder Hat and includes a $2.00 donation to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. 

See Flier or Order online: -- USE PROMO CODE: HONOR



Officer Resiliency and Wellness A Comprehensive Approach to a Healthy Career in Law Enforcement

Posted: June 7, 2018

Free Training July 11th, 2018:
Professional Learning Center & Conference Center
15771 E. 1st Ave.
Aurora, CO 80011

Hours: 0800 - 1630

Hosted by: The Aurora Police Department

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department’s (IMPD) Office of Professional Development and Wellness (OPDW) is recognized by the Department of Justice (DOJ) as the national model for Police Officer Resiliency and Wellness. This free 8-hour training outlines the structure of the OPDW, highlights the developmental programs that are foundational to the unit and will assist your agency in networking and partnering with outside resources to help officers plan for happy, healthy and successful lives on and beyond the job.

Click here for more details.

Click here for registration. 

To register, email Officer Emily Hitchings at: [email protected].


This Week's CACP Sponsor In The Spotlight: Psychological Dimensions 

Posted: June 7, 2018

We'd like to thank Psychological Dimensions for its continued support of CACP. Psychological Dimensions was an audio visual sponsor at the 2018 Mid-Year Conference and we are glad they were able to join us.

Psychological Dimensions believes that agencies, as part of their role in protecting the public and securing their safety, often are required to place themselves at significant risk when selecting candidates, retaining staff, and carrying out operations. PD takes this seriously by using the latest scientifically informed methods for evaluating candidates and current law enforcement officers, as well as in maximizing the effectiveness of agency operations and procedure. We believe this ultimately allows agencies to pick the best applicants, retain the best staff, and implement practices that help protect the agency from unnecessary scrutiny.

Contact Psychological Dimensions:

Phone: (303) 233-2660
Email: [email protected]

Thank you Psychological Dimensions 


Don't Miss Commissioner Bill Bratton At Annual!

Posted: May 31, 2018

CACP's keynote speaker at the awards dinner will be Police Commissioner, Bill Bratton. One awards dinner ticket is included with Annual Conference registration. If you would like to purchase additional tickets, click here.

Bratton began his police career at the Boston Police Department before becoming Police Commissioner in New York City, where his quality-of-life policy has been credited with reducing petty and violent crime. He was recruited to lead the Los Angeles Police Department in 2002 at a time when the LAPD was struggling to rebuild trust after the 1992 Los Angeles Riots and Rampart scandal, and presided over an era of reform and crime reduction. Bratton has served as an advisor on policing in several roles, including advising the British government. In January 2014, Bratton returned to the post of Police Commissioner in New York City, and served until September 2016.

Bratton's policing style is influenced by the broken windows theory, a criminological theory of the norm-setting and signalling effect of urban disorder and vandalism on additional crime and anti-social behavior. He advocates having an ethnically diverse police force representative of the population, maintaining a strong relationship with the law-abiding population, tackling police corruption, being tough on gangs and having a strict no-tolerance of anti-social behavior.
Click here to view full schedule.
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