Accredited Agencies

Professional Standards exist to enable CACP and CSOC members to achieve a “Professional” status. The adoption of minimum professional standards is necessary for Colorado Police and Sheriff Organizations to achieve the status of “Professional”. CACP/CSOC through the Professional Standards Committee safeguard the integrity of the accreditation process for their members by utilizing professionally accepted methods for CACP/CSOC professional accreditation. The CACP/CSOC exists to assess law enforcement operations of applicant agencies. Agencies that provide detention services are encouraged to attain professional accreditation through other accrediting entities for such services.

Professional Standards are statements of minimum requirements adopted by CACP/CSOC with the intent to more clearly define the role and responsibilities of a Colorado Peace Officer and to enhance the quality of services provided. Professional Standards at a minimum incorporate a Professional Code of Ethics, minimum professional standard requirements, and a recognized body of knowledge. Practitioner expertise is acquired through the study of these minimum standards translating to professional law enforcement services.

 

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CACP Accredited Agencies as of September, 2018.
Arapahoe County SO
Basalt PD
Boulder PD
Canon City PD
Castle Rock PD
Chaffee County SO
Cherry Hills Village PD
Craig PD
Durango PD
Elizabeth PD
Englewood PD
Erie PD
Estes Park PD
Evans PD
Federal Heights PD
Firestone PD
Fort Collins PD
Frederick PD
Fruita PD
Golden PD
Grand Junction PD
Greeley PD
Greenwood Village PD
Lafayette PD
Littleton PD
Louisville PD
Loveland PD
Manitou Springs PD
Mesa County SO
Parachute PD
Parker PD
Pueblo PD
Salida PD
Sheridan PD
U.N.C. PD
Vail PD
Wheat Ridge PD
Woodland Park PD
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