Colorado Fallen Hero Foundation Hosting 3rd Annual Gala - October 1, 2022

The Colorado Fallen Hero Foundation is hosting its 3rd Annual Gala fundraiser on Saturday, October 1st, 2022 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. This Gala is an opportunity to gather with family, friends and community partners to honor Colorado's fallen officers and is a key fundraising event for the Foundation. 

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State of 9-1-1 Report

Statute requires that the Colorado Public Utilities Commission update the legislature annually on the state of 9-1-1 services in Colorado, touching on seven different topic areas, at a minimum:

(a) The commission’s actions related to 911 service in the state during the previous year as well as planned implementation actions related to 911 service for the upcoming year;

(b) The current statewide structure, technology, and general operations of 911 service in Colorado;

(c) 911 network reliability and resiliency;

(d) Identified gaps, vulnerabilities, and needs related to 911 service in the state;

(e) The impact on and involvement of the state in federal activities and national trends affecting 911 service in Colorado;

(f) The state’s planning for, transition to, and implementation of next generation 911, including a projected timeline for full statewide implementation; and

(g) A discussion of 911 funding and fiscal outlook, including current funding sources and whether they are adequate for 911 service in the state, and potential funding mechanisms for the transition to and implementation of next generation 911.

Statute also requires that this report be developed in consultation with PSAPs, 9-1-1 governing bodies, and statewide public safety associations. We need your input! Please see the draft 2021-2022 State of 9-1-1 Report at the link below. (Even though we are now in the 2022-2023 fiscal year, the report covers information from the previous year.)

Suggestion mode is turned on, so you are free to add comments or make suggested changes in redline. The deadline for input is August 26. The Commission is required to transmit the document to the legislature by September 15.

Click here to Provide Input on the 2021-2022 Annual State of 911 Report - DRAFT 

July 29th is the last day to reserve a hotel room for the IACP Dallas Conference!

For those CACP Members who are registered to attend the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Conference in Dallas October 15-18, 2022, please be sure to reserve your hotel room for the conference no later than Friday, July 29th!

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Thank you Psychological Dimensions, Gold Sponsor of 2022 CACP Annual Conference


We are grateful for Psychological Dimensions' Gold Sponsorship of our 2022 Annual Conference.

Psychological Dimensions provides pre-employment psychological screenings, Fitness-for-Duty Evaluations, and Post-Critical Incident Debriefings to police and public safety agencies across the United States. They also work with agencies to develop legally defensibly pre-employment processes, appeals processes, and wellness programs for an agencies current employees.


Thank you to SmartForce, Gold Sponsor of 2022 CACP Annual Conference

Thank you, SmartForce, for your gracious Gold Sponsorship in support of our 2022 Annual Conference.

SmartForce helps officers make the world a safer place 1 contact at a time by providing user-friendly apps that provide data, intel, and workflows to improve operational efficiencies and effectiveness.

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