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Save The Date For Mid-Year 2019

Posted: September 19, 2018

Mark your calendars! The 2019 Mid-Year Conference will be held in Broomfield, Colorado on February 7 and 8. The 2019 New Chiefs Orientation will also be in Broomfield on February 4-6.

Are you a new chief or does your department have a new chief? Please let us know at [email protected] and we'll get your profile and login information updated.


Apply Today For The Law Enforcement Executive Certification Program

Posted: September 19, 2018

The CACP Executive Certification program acknowledges our members who meet the training, education, and experience requirements to be formally recognized for their commitment to the professionalism of Colorado law enforcement.

Click here to learn more and to apply today!


Check Out The Community Forum Today!

Posted: September 19, 2018

Members, have you checked the community forum recently? There are new topics posted here. 

Information about the Colorado Crime Stats system has been posted in the community forum. Also found there are many other posts relevant to law enforcement officials. Be sure you are logged in to access the forums! 

The Community Forum is a member's only resource that is a great place to discuss topics of interest within the field with your colleagues around the state.

Non a member? Join today!


Technical Assistance Program

Posted: September 19, 2018

The Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) offers free Technical Assistance to law enforcement agencies state wide in a variety of areas. If your department is in need of assistance, to include but not limited to an Organizational Assessment, Select Policy Review (i.e. Internal Affairs, Evidence Procedural Review, Use of Force Policy Review), New Police Facility Needs Assessment, Promotional Process, or assistance with selecting a new Chief of Police, please contact Technical Assistance Chairman Chief Paul Schultz at the Fort Morgan Police Department at 970-542-3931 or via e-mail at [email protected] to discuss your needs. Let our cadre of experienced, Colorado subject matter experts assist you.


Operation Clear Track

Posted: September 19, 2018

This is your official invitation to participate in “Operation Clear Track” on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 hosted by Amtrak and Operation Lifesaver Inc. to mark National Rail Safety Week.If you can devote three hours to railroad safety on this day, we would be honored to have you as a member of our national railroad safety law enforcement team.

As background, “Operation Clear Track” is a one-day safety initiative that brings police and sheriff’s departments together nationwide to enforce state grade crossing and trespassing laws on America’s railroad tracks.

Since its inception last year, we have enhanced the operation by allowing each department to set their own schedules and determine which railroad grade crossings they would like to cover during the requested three-hour enforcement period. On September 25th, participants will be asked to report to at least two different railroad grade crossings in their communities to issue verbal/written warnings or citations to individuals trespassing on railroad property or failing to comply with state grade crossing safety laws. The three-hour commitment can be carried out all at once or spread out over different shifts throughout the day.

Attached is a letter from our Police Chief with more information on the event and a link to register your department and request free pocket safety cards that Amtrak will ship to you for public distribution during the enforcement window. I have also provided the link here.

If you agree to participate, please register today and put in your request for cards ASAP as we are trying to bring more than 400 law enforcement agencies on board as this year’s goal.

We hope you and your staff can dedicate this time to railroad safety to keep your community safe. We look forward to working with you on this critical safety initiative. Please contact Barbara Petito at [email protected] or call (202) 906-3337 if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you and be safe.

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