2022 CACP Annual Conference Speaker in the Spotlight: Michael Dougherty

In 2018, Michael Dougherty became the District Attorney for the 20th Judicial District (Boulder County). In November of 2020, Michael had the honor of being re-elected as District Attorney. The District Attorney’s Office is committed to enhancing community safety, fighting for victims, and improving the justice system. He and his office greatly appreciate and value their strong partnerships with the law enforcement agencies in Boulder County.

Michael currently serves as the President of the Colorado District Attorney’s Council and the co-Chair of Colorado’s Sentencing Reform Task Force. He is also on the School Safety Resource Center Advisory Board. Michael has received the Innocence Project’s Award for Advocate for Innocence and Justice. At the 2022 CACP Annual Conference, Michael will present the session CDAC- Colorado District Attorney's Council- Future of Prosecutions/Criminal Justice System

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DEA S&L Task Force Overview

The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) leads the battle against the use of illegal drugs in the United States. Established in 1973, this anti-drug agency combined the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs (BNDD) and U.S. Customs Service drug agents to provide exclusive enforcement of federal drug laws. The creation of State and Local (S&L) Task Forces is one way DEA force-multiplies investigative personnel to effectively enforce these laws. 

As drug trafficking increased nationwide, DEA recognized the need for a cooperative and coordinated drug enforcement effort with S&L counterparts. This cooperation provides several advantages to all participating agencies: DEA is able to draw on the expertise of S&L law enforcement while sharing available resources, thereby increasing the investigative possibilities available to all. S&L officers can be deputized as federal drug agents, thus extending their jurisdiction; S&L participating agencies can receive an equitable share of forfeited drug proceeds derived from criminal investigations; and with the appropriate approval, DEA could pay overtime and investigative expenses for S&L agencies. 

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Conference Rooms Selling Fast! REGISTER & RESERVE TODAY!

Join us July 12-13 for CACP's largest conference of the year! Register for the conference and reserve your hotel room by June 16th to save $200 off the regular hotel rate. Remaining rooms are going fast, so don't delay!

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**Not a CACP member but work in law enforcement? Email the office at [email protected] for more information about the Annual Conference!

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Grants Training in Fort Collins, CO - July 21-22, 2022

Larimer County Sheriff's Office and Grant Writing USA will present a two-day grants workshop in Fort Collins, July 21-22, 2022. This training is for grant seekers across all disciplines. Attend this class and you'll learn how to find the funding sources and write winning grant proposals.

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2022 CACP Annual Conference Speaker in the Spotlight: Jack Reed


On Tuesday, July 12, 2022 Research Director Jack Reed will present “Reporting to the Division of Criminal Justice”.

Jack Reed is the research director with the Colorado Division of Criminal Justice’s Office of Research and Statistics. He has a vast experience in data analysis, research design and project evaluation. His work has involved analyzing the impacts of marijuana legalization on law enforcement, juveniles, public health, education, impaired driving, and diversion to other markets. He has experience evaluating specialty courts, community corrections programs, jail‐based treatment programs, and strategic planning in the criminal justice system. His program will detail the specifics, frequency and scope of reporting requirements of data collected from law enforcement agencies throughout the state.

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