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To the CACP Membership:   

In light of the recent events in Memphis and Raleigh, the men and women of the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police want to ensure the communities that we serve that we are committed to enhancing and improving the culture of policing and changing the cultures of our respective organizations when necessary. This is nothing new for our organization's members.   

Organizational cultural change encourages those in policing to adopt behaviors that are consistent with our organization’s and our communities’ shared values and goals. This is not something that can be legislated, or mandated, but it is something that the effective and competent leaders in our police departments do every day. Police organizations with strong cultures built on trust, professionalism, integrity and compassion are the only way to prevent tragic incidents such as the incidents involving Tyre Nichols and Darryl Williams from occurring. It is up to us to perform to our communities’ expectations, and our commitment and our intent is to meet or exceed those expectations every day.  

Kind Regards,
David Hayes 
President, Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police   

John Minor
Chief, Silverthorne Police Department   

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