In The News

Colorado Police Quarterly Issue 4: Winter 2016 Has Been Released

February 2, 2017

The Colorado Police Quarterly latest edition has been published. You can find it here. Be sure you are logged into your member profile to see the issues. 


Rick Arnold, Samuel Maestas And Jerry Lujan Are Newest CACP Members

February 2, 2017

Please help us welcome our three newest members of CACP-- Loveland Police Department Lieutenant Rick Arnold, Alamosa Police Department Captain Samuel Maestas, and La Jara Police Department Chief Jerry Lujan. Be sure to connect with them if you're in the same region.

Remember -- you can search all CACP members on the website.


The 44th Annual Colorado Ski/Snowboard Race Will Take Place March 10, 2017

February 2, 2017 

The Town of Vail Police Department are hosting the 44th Annual Colorado Ski/Snowboard race. Details are as follows:


  • Men and women.
  • Individual or teams divided into beginners, intermediate and advanced levels.
  • Race is open to all sworn and non-sworn Police Department personnel including retired Law Enforcement.

Entry fee:

  • $75.00 by February 24th 
  • $90.00 on/after February 25th, 2017.

Make checks payable to “Town of Vail” and place “Vail Police Ski Race” in the memo line.  Checks or cash only please.

Entry Fee includes:

  • Vail Mountain lift ticket good for race day skiing or snowboarding.
  • Continental breakfast, two professionally timed runs at Golden Peak,  awards after party and free parking.

To register, visit Vail Police and download the 2014 Ski Race Form. For the flyer, click here.

For questions, please contact Vail Police Officer Greg Schwartz at [email protected].


IACP Announces 2017 Mid-Year Conference

February 2, 2017

IACP has announced their 2017 Mid-Year Conference is going to be held May 8-10.

The IACP mid-year is for Public Information Officers and it will be held in Aurora. This is a rare opportunity for Colorado PIO personnel. 

For more information and registration, head to and check out the flyer.


Adventos Sponsors CACP Mid-Year First Break on Thursday, February 16

February 1, 2017

Work Smarter not Harder this year with SmartForce™

Is your agency trying to be more proactive in reducing crime now that your calls for service times are good?  Are you trying to move from paper processes to electronic workflows and early warning systems for improved use of force reporting and other professional standards needs? 

Whether your 2017 focus is on reducing crime or better management of professional standards, the new SmartForce™ features of SmartIntel and SmartIA may be of interest to you.

Our SmartIntel module can help direct the units and departments responsible for thwarting crime in particular areas of your cities and counties with tactical information and intelligence at their fingertips.  Reporting and accountability is available so you can see what officers and teams are having the most impact on reducing crime during their un-committed time.  And with our electronic shift briefing, there is more accountability for making sure assignments are completed in a timely fashion and officers are more informed when coming back onto their shifts.

With SmartIA, our response to resistance module is helping track de-escalation efforts of officers and offers an early warning intervention system that can be triggered based on your requirements of quantity and timing of use of force incidents, complaints, and pursuits.  You can even electronically attach body worn camera video and other photos of evidence to the use of force reports in SmartIA.

Let Adventos help you continue to improve and work smarter not harder this year.  For more education or an on-site demonstration, please contact Brian McGrew, VP of Education, at [email protected] or call direct 817-247-4102. 

To sign up for Mid-Year, click here.

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