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A Special Message of Support and Encouragement from Deputy Assistant Secretary Brian Dorow

Posted: Mar. 27, 2020


Law Enforcement Partners:

I and my team at the U.S. Department of Homeland Securitys Office for State and Local Law Enforcement (OSLLE) wanted to outreach to you to thank the men and women of law enforcement for your critical efforts to protect our communities, particularly during this ongoing pandemic.

The novel Coronavirus or COVID-19 has thrust our communities into unknown territory, and we recognize this may be a frightening time for many law enforcement personnel and their families. Officers are encountering community members at a heightened state of anxiety, which can make their daily jobs even more dangerous. In addition, many within your agencies and their families may be suffering substantial changes in health status and/or financial difficulty due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Our greatest sympathies go out to all of you who are and may be impacted.

OSLLE will continue to place its full weight and resources behind our response to COVID-19. From organizing informational calls, publicizing real-time critical information, and acting as advocates for your needs, OSLLE is assisting in driving a federal, state, and local collaborative response to prioritize the health and safety of our law enforcement partners.

We applaud your efforts to fight for, care for, and empower your communities and to support your law enforcement officers. Your officers continued contribution to the safety and protection of our Nation is paramount, particularly during this unprecedented situation, and is a testament to their true patriotism.

We value all of our first responders and law enforcement partners and will continue to support efforts by our leaders to help law enforcement across the United States during this pandemic. Our hope at OSLLE and across the Federal Government is that our law enforcement community is supported and resourced during these difficult times. We will continue to build on the relationships we have with law enforcement. We are on your side!


Brian M. Dorow
Deputy Assistant Secretary
Office for State and Local Law Enforcement


Postponed: ICAT Training and Train the Trainer

Posted: Mar. 12, 2020

The PERF Briefing on the Benefits of ICAT, scheduled in Broomfield for March 19, 2020, and the Train the Trainer Opportunity, scheduled in Broomfield for April 21 and 22, 2020, have been postponed.

Out of an abundance of caution for attendees, combined with a recognition that all emergency responders are preparing for COVID-19 response, it is prudent to reschedule for later in 2020 after the virus concerns subside. We apologize for any inconvenience, but at this time it's critical we avoid unnecessary contact that could limit resources for emergency response. Please look for updated dates/times for both presentations. Be Safe!


Annual Conference Call for Presentations

Posted: March 8, 2020

The CACP Call For Presentations is open for the Annual Conference. You may submit your proposal or a speaker suggestion for the conference here.

Please review the following information before submitting your presentation.

Education sessions will be slotted in 60 minutes, 90 minutes and 120 minutes. Please place your preference in your submission.

We are looking for bold, exciting, innovative, engaging and interactive sessions.

Click Here to Learn More and Submit Your Proposal!


New Job Postings Available On Website

Posted: March 5, 2020

The Meeker Police Department is looking for a Chief of Police. Click here for more information.

The City of Monte Vista is looking for a Chief of Police. Click here for more information.

The Town of Palisade has an opening for a full-time Post Certified Police Officer. Click here for more information. 

The Town of Fairplay Police Department is hiring a part-time Police Officer. Click here for more information

The City of Manitou Springs is looking for a Patrol Officer. Click here for job description.

The City of Aurora is looking for a Chief of Police. 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!


A Message from Colorado DMV - Delay in Issuing Print-on-Demand License Plates

Posted Feb. 28, 2020

The Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles, Vehicle Services Section is experiencing a delay in processing all “Print-on-Demand” (POD) license plates, as our vendor’s machine must be replaced. This is affecting POD plate requests dating back to Jan. 16, 2020.

As a short-term solution, our vendor, Colorado Correctional Industries (CCi), has been able to arrange for printing these plates in another state. We are in the process of getting our files to CCi to begin this short-term solution. However, even with this work-around, plates are not expected to be shipped to customers until late April. It may be late May before the backlog has been cleared.

We anticipate that some customers will return to their County motor vehicle office for an updated temporary plate until they receive their actual plates, but many will not. Additionally, there are some customers with plates, but their registration has expired, who have requested replacement plates that are affected by this delay.

The DMV has sent this letter to customers affected by the delay in the event they are contacted by a law enforcement officer. Customers have been instructed to maintain this letter in their vehicle.

If a customer does not have the letter, or if law enforcement officers have any questions about whether or not a vehicle is affected by delay, they should contact the Law Enforcement Communications Center(LECC) which can be reached by administrative message addressed to terminal dmw or by telephone at 303-205-5868.

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