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EXTENDED - DOLA's Gray & Black Market MJ Enforcement Grant Program NOFA: APRIL 30, 2019

Posted: April 18, 2019

Good news - we have extended the due date for the GBMJ application to APRIL 30, 2019! An additional month to get those applications in!!

Please notify your respective local government, law enforcement and DA contacts and send any questions to Tamara Norton at [email protected].

The Gray and Black Market Marijuana Enforcement Grant program (GBMJ) has been restructured. It is still dedicated for the purposes of providing financial assistance to local law enforcement and district attorney's through the local governments for investigation and prosecution costs associated with unlicensed marijuana cultivation or distribution.

However, financial assistance will now be provided on a population basis to all local governments who apply, or opt-in. In addition, rural areas as defined by statute will be weighted heavier to meet the statutory priority for these areas. The application will be open annually, and this year the application cycle is open February - April 30, 2019.

Click Here For The NOFA.

The GBMJ program website link is:

Or go directly to the grants portal to access the application:

Please contact Tamara Norton at [email protected] if you have any questions.


2019 Awards - Call For Nominations DEADLINE IS TOMORROW, APRIL 12!

Posted: April 11, 2019

The 2019 Annual Conference will be here before you know it and CACP wants to continue recognizing individuals and organizations for their exceptional contributions and successes in making our communities safer. The CACP Awards Committee needs your help in nominating officers, volunteers, law enforcement executives or organizations deserving of recognition.

Awards need to be submitted no later than April 12, 2019. Nominations can be submitted by email to [email protected].

Lastly, what makes this process work are leaders who volunteer to review the award categories. This does not take a lot of time and is critical to a fair review of the nominations. If you are interested please email [email protected] or call 303-235-2911.

Guidelines and Instructions to Submit


2019 Mental Body Armor Seminar

Posted: April 4, 2019

When: September 16-20, 2019
Time: 8:00 am– 5:00 pm daily
Where: Colorado Mountain College 3695 Airport Road Rifle, CO 81650
Contacts: Tamra Alstatt (970) 945-1377 ext. 4641 [email protected] & Amy Roggie (970) 945-1377 ext. 1026 [email protected]

Brought to you by the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office Trauma Team and made possible through the generous support awarded from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) Peace Officers Mental Health Support Program Grant.

Reserve your seats early, for you and your spouse/significant other, while space is still available.

Law enforcement, fire and emergency services are the most complex and rewarding professions in today’s society. However, the dangers, challenges, stresses, and demands of our profession place tremendous strain on the men and women who choose to serve and protect their communities. Regardless of your role in emergency services, this seminar will not only change the way you think; it will change your life and the lives around YOU! Don’t miss our action packed hospitality night, complete with an auction, lots of prizes, appetizers, and great entertainment!

SPECIAL GUEST appearance by Comedian Dwayne Gill!!!

Click Here For More Information!


New Job Postings Available On Website

Posted: March 28, 2019

The Town of Ridgway has an opening for a Deputy Marshal, click here for job description. The Louisville Police Department has an opening for a Division Commander, click here for job description. This opening has 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!


2019 "Shop with a Cop" Back to School Event

Posted: March 28, 2019

The Aurora Police Association is proud to announce our 2019 "Shop with a Cop" Back to School Event. The event will take place at the Walmart on Chambers Rd. in Aurora, the exact date/time to be announced.

The program is designed to unite Aurora Police officers and public safety employees with local disadvantaged children for a special day of shopping (details here). Each child is guaranteed new shoes, several outfits of clothing, and backpacks filled with school supplies. Children and families will be carefully selected and screened by a committee of local law enforcement officers. Approximately $200 will be spent on each child. Our goal is to sponsor as many children as possible, through the support of donations from our citizens and businesses in the community. Download the donation form

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