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This Week's CACP Mid-Year Conference Sponsor In The Spotlight: Ring

Posted: January 10, 2019

We'd like to thank Ring for its continued support of CACP. Ring is a break sponsor at the 2019 Mid-Year Conference and we are glad they are able to join us.

Ring strives to reduce crime in communities, and the Neighbors App is the new neighborhood watch that brings your community together to help create safer neighborhoods. With real-time crime and safety alerts from your neighbors, law enforcement and the Ring team, the Neighbors App proactively keeps you in the know.

 

Contact Ring:

Phone: +1 (800) 656-1918
Email: [email protected]

Thank you Ring!

 

DHSEM Releases Colorado Homeland Security Strategy

Posted: January 2, 2019

As the CACP representative to the Homeland Security and All Hazards Senior Advisory Committee and the Strategic Planning Committee I wanted to make sure you, the Colorado Chiefs of Police are aware of this new 2019-2023 Colorado Homeland Security Strategy (CHSS). Thanks to all who participated in the planning process!

The purpose of the CHSS is to ensure a prepared, safe and resilient Colorado through a coordinated approach to homeland security and emergency management. This strategy will enhance Colorado’s capabilities in the five mission areas of prevention, protection, mitigation, response and recovery; as well as the four additional functional areas of training and exercise, planning, cybersecurity and preparedness through an integrated and actionable plan. 

The 2019-2023 CHSS was built on the expertise and input from local, state, federal and private sector stakeholders and represents a whole community approach to planning for our future. We focused on a unity of purpose between state, local and federal governmental entities, non-governmental entities, and private sector stakeholders with nearly 1,000 stakeholders involved in the development of this strategy through surveys, engagement meetings, professional association workshops and subject matter expert discussions from across nearly every sector and discipline engaged in this domain.,. We are committed to continuing to incorporate the expertise and participation of our numerous stakeholders from across the state as we move this plan forward.

As threats and hazards facing Colorado are ever changing, this CHSS will be reviewed annually and modified as necessary to ensure we are ready to address any new or emergent threats and hazards that might arise. We will also be reporting on the progress of this strategy through the HSAC to ensure we hold ourselves accountable to accomplishing our goals and objectives.

We remain committed to working together with all of our homeland security and emergency management partners to develop informed, educated, and motivated communities that are prepared for all-hazards events.

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Dwight

 

Dwight Henninger

Chief of Police

Vail Police Department

3rd Vice President, IACP

 

CDPHE and Heroin Response Work Group Survey

Posted: January 3, 2019

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and the Heroin Response Work want to thank you for participating in our short survey on how to improve technical assistance to law enforcement agencies and to promote increasing access to naloxone in Colorado’s communities. To date, we’ve received 46 responses!

For those of you who haven’t responded, we would still appreciate your feedback. Here is the link to the survey, and it will be open until 1/7/2019.

We are particularly interested in hearing from law enforcement officers who represent the following counties:

 

 

Alamosa

Conejos

Gilpin

Las Animas

Phillips

Archuleta

Costilla

Grand

Lincoln

Rio Blanco

Baca

Crowley

Hinsdale

Mineral

Saguache

Bent

Delta

Huerfano

Moffat

Sedgwick

Broomfield

Dolores

Jackson

Morgan

Teller

Chaffee

Elbert

Kiowa

Ouray

Yuma

Cheyenne

Garfield

Lake

Park


Thank you in advance for your time. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Allison Rosenthal at [email protected].

 

Two People Renewed Their Membership To CACP! 

Posted: January 3, 2019

CACP would also like to recognize most recently renewed members:

  • John Fryar - Fort Lupton Police Department

  • Randy Repola - University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz

Thank you John and Randy for your continued membership with CACP!

Do you have officers on your staff who would like to become Associate members of CACP? Encourage them to join today! Be sure to connect with any of these members if you're in the same region. Remember -- you can search all CACP members on the website.

 

This Week's CACP Mid-Year Conference Sponsor In The Spotlight: FirstNet Built with AT&T

Posted: January 3, 2019

We'd like to thank FirstNet Built with AT&T for its continued support of CACP. FirstNet Built with AT&T is our presenting sponsor at the 2019 Mid-Year Conference and we are glad they are able to join us.

FirstNet — the network, devices, applications, and technologies — is a dedicated communications tool created for and by public safety. Together with first responders, we are committed to advancing public safety, making their communications easier, faster and more direct. So, first responders can focus on what’s important: working together to save lives.

 

Contact FirstNet Built with AT&T:

Phone: 1.800.574.7000
Email Here.

Thank you FirstNet Built with AT&T!

 
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