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Register for the 2021 McConkie Leadership Conference

Posted: Apr 12, 2021

The McConkie Leadership Conference is in honor of the late Professor Mark McConkie who conducted a leader development event for those in the public sector for over 20 years. It is a fitting tribute to a gentleman and scholar that dedicated his professional life to teaching and learning. The conference has grown to become the premier leader development event of the Pikes Peak Region.

The Public Safety Initiative, School of Public Affairs, at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs, is pleased to present the 2021 McConkie Leadership Conference. The event will be held at the Boot Barn Hall in Colorado Springs, Colorado, on Friday, May 7, 2021. The annual one-day McConkie Leadership Conference brings together mid-level and senior managers from local government, industry, not-for-profit organizations, and anyone wanting to develop leadership skills.

The UCCS Public Safety Initiative is pleased to partner with Echelon Front, a group of decorated, combat-proven veterans with experience in building, training and leading high-performance teams. Their formula for creating a culture of extreme ownership is one that will be appreciated by our fast-growing and dynamic community. We invited Echelon Front to lead this year’s conference as requested by a number of our community stakeholders who were inspired by the podcasts of Jocko Willink and read books such as his #1 New York Times bestseller, Extreme Ownership: How US Navy Seals Lead and Win. 

The registration fee for this event is $175. Please register by 4/30/21.

Where: Boot Barn Hall | 13071 Bass Pro Drive Colorado Springs, Colorado 80921
When: Friday, May 7, 2021 from 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

Continental breakfast and lunch will be served. 

Register Here

 

Division of Local Government Invites you to a Conversation about Gray and Black Market Marijuana Grant Program

Posted Apr. 5, 2021

The Division of Local Government would like to invite you to a virtual meeting on April 26th to discuss possible modifications to the Gray and Black Market Marijuana Grant Program. We are specifically looking for program input from the law enforcement community to make this program more effective and accountable in reducing crime associated with the illicit marijuana market. 

Please register by filling out a short survey, the link is provided here.

Registrants will be sent a calendar invite for this virtual meeting to be held on April 26th from 11 AM to Noon. Even if you are unable to attend the event live, we would still greatly appreciate your input. A recording of the meeting will be provided to all registrants.

 

Schedule Posted for 2021 Annual Conference

Registration for the 2021 Annual Conference is open! Save $100 by registering by April 23rd. Join us June 23rd-25th for CACP's largest conference of the year.
 
2020 was an extraordinary year for all of us and the challenges we are facing will continue. It is more important now than ever before that we are able to come together and strengthen our association and our shared challenges as police chiefs. The Board has decided that we will hold an in-person Annual Conference this year. We will adhere to all COVID guidelines and restrictions, and will make the conference safe for all to attend.
Register today to attend sessions regarding:
  • Summit County Co-Responder SMART Program
  • Citizen Advisory Committees
  • Training and reporting requirements from POST and CBI
  • Coming out of COVID
  • Fallen Hero Foundation Tabletop Exercise
  • Legislative, PR, and Mentorship Update
  • What's next for us as a profession

**Not a CACP member but work in law enforcement? Email the office at [email protected] for more information about the Annual Conference!

Click Here for More Information 
 

WEBINAR: Mission Ready Minds *Paid Advertisement*

How Leadership Can Reinforce An Improved State-Of-Readiness For Personnel

Colorado has experienced a significant rise in social unrest affecting agencies within recruitment, retention, community relations, and officer safety. These circumstances have left officers struggling to maintain their mental and emotional reserve, which often reflects on their judgment and character. 2020 showed us public safety is fragmented, change is needed, but more importantly - these gaps are affecting lives.

Discover strategies, resources and best practices designed to help your agency embrace and overcome the diminished strength of your workforce. April, 7th 11:00AM MST - REGISTER NOW!

In This Exclusive Webinar Series With CACP, We Explore The Various Components Of Officer Wellness and Effective Policing

  • Leveraging negative outlooks for positive outcomes.
  • Understand and overcome leadership challenges that affect mental and emotional well-being within your agency.
  • How to identify at-risk personnel without compromising on privacy.
  • Implementing and maintaining a culture of wellness and resiliency.
 

New Job Postings Available On Website

The City of Aspen Police Department is looking for a Police Officer Trainee or Lateral Transfer. Click here for more information.

The Town of Rangley is looking for a Dispatch Supervisor/Records Manager. Click here for more information.

The Town of Rangley is looking for a Police Lieutenant. Click here for more information.

These openings have also been posted on the CACP website

If you have a Chief of Police job that you would like to post on the CACP website, please send the information to [email protected].

Not a member? Join today!

 
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