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2019 MATAI Conference 

Posted: May 30, 2019

Registration for the 2019 MATAI Conference is now open! If you’d like to complete your registration online please go to:

When: June 3rd, 4th, and 5th
Marriott Hotel
1200 Collins Road NE
Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52402

Standard guestroom block rate for the conference is $139.00 under the Midwest Assn Tech Block. Reservations can be made now.

Host Contact Information:
Richard (ACTAR 260) & Cyndee Yoder
Cell: 319-573-1170
[email protected]
Please contact the host for information regarding the 2019 MATAI Conference

Click here for more information.


FBI National Use-of-Force Data Collection Training

Posted: May 9, 2019

WHEN: May 22, 2019
LOCATION: Arapahoe Community College Summit Room 5900 S. Santa Fe Drive Littleton, CO 80120
TIME: 9:30am - 3:30pm

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation is proud to announce the FBI will be in Colorado to provide training on the National Use-of-Force Data Collection. This training will provide an overview of the data elements and corresponding data values.

Please Note:  This is not constitutional Use-of-Force training. Attendees will not receive POST credit.

Registration is now open to UCR personnel, sworn officers, vendors, and anyone from your agency who will be responsible for submitting UoF data to the CBI. This training is for law enforcement personnel only.

As a reminder, registrants are to register themselves only and cannot register other individuals. If you register someone other than yourself, the registration will be cancelled.

Click Here to Learn More!



First Responders Archery Hunt Challenge

Posted: May 2, 2019

FREE team 3-D archery shoot is open to ALL first responders and their spouses that live and work in Colorado.

HURRY! Registration available for the first 50 participants at

Please register as a two or four person team and indicate what department and/or agency your team will be representing.

Each participant will need to bring the following items:

  • A bow that is legal to hunt big game in Colorado.
  • 10 arrows, w/target pts only
  • An arrow quiver that securely holds a minimum of 5 arrows.
  • A backpack that is capable of carrying weighted sandbags.
  • Weather appropriate clothing, supportive foot wear for uneven terrain and a water bottle.

A limited number of bows will be available for use. Inquire for details in advance.

WHEN: Saturday, May 11th Check in/registration between 8:30 and 9 am. The shoot will conclude when teams finish at or before 4:30 pm.
WHERE: American Bowmen Club's archery range at McArthur Gulch State Trust Land 1015 County Road 64, Bailey, CO 80421 for directions.

There is no cost to the participants. Complimentary water, hamburger/hot dogs for lunch available.

Click here to view flyer.


Check Out The Community Forum Today!

Posted: May 2, 2019

Members, have you checked the community forum recently? There are new topics posted here. 

A CABS Update is posted in the community forum. Be sure you are logged in to access the forums! 

The Community Forum is a member's only resource that is a great place to discuss topics of interest within the field with your colleagues around the state.

Non a member? Join today!


Congratulations To Chiefs Debra Funston, George Mumma, and Donald Vallero On Achieving Executive Certification

Posted: April 25, 2019

Friends, please join Chief Rick Brandt, chair of the Executive Certification Committee, and the CACP Board of Directors in offering our congratulations to:

  • Chief Debra Funston, Palisade Police Department
  • Chief George Mumma, Morrison Police Department
  • Chief Donald Vallero, Federal Heights Police Department

These three Chiefs of Police have been awarded CACP Executive Certification and have worked hard to achieve all the requirements to attain recognition for her education, training and leadership! Well done, Debra, George, and Donald!

Chief Debra Funston, Palisade PD, receiving Executive Certification plaque from CACP President, John Camper at recent City Council meeting. Chief George Mumma of the Morrison PD, receiving Executive Certification plaque from CACP President, John Camper at recent City Council meeting. Chief Donald Vallero of the Federal Heights Police Department, receiving Executive Certification plaque from CACP President, John Camper at recent City Council meeting.

Have you completed your Executive Certification? Click here to learn more about the program!

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