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Hike Dedicated to Colorado Public Safety Professionals

Posted: August 13, 2019

When: August 22, 2019
Where: Mount Lincoln
Registration: Email this form to [email protected]


For the past 8 years, Elevate Yourself Colorado has put on an annual hike for Colorado Public Safety Professionals. Due to the wild fires that swept through Colorado last year, we are dedicating this year’s hike to the teams that helped to fight the fires. In order to get the word out and make this year’s hike the biggest one yet, would you be willing to post the attached flyer and registration form to your website and send it out to all Colorado contacts?

About Elevate Yourself Colorado

A little more about Elevate Yourself Colorado: Elevate Yourself Colorado was formed in 2011, in a movement to inspire physical, social and mental strength training for an industry that continues to team together in encouragement, stress management and development of coping skills.


Please direct questions to [email protected]

Click here to for more information!


This Week's CACP 2019 Annual Conference Sponsor In The Spotlight: Benchmark Analytics

Posted: August 15, 2019

We'd like to thank Benchmark Analytics for its continued support of CACP. Benchmark Analytics was the Lunch Sponsor at the 2019 Annual Conference and we are glad they were able to join us!

Unlike most single-point providers in police administration, Benchmark Analytics is a holistic, fully automated system that provides a comprehensive, modular approach for managing your sworn and civilian personnel. Our single-source enterprise system allows you to simply and seamlessly: store and view officer performance data; analyze data for "first signs" of need for preventative early intervention, and provides customized officer support with specific-case action steps.

Learn more about Benchmark Analytics:

Phone: 888-40BENCH
Email: [email protected]

Thank you Benchmark Analytics!


Apply Today For The Law Enforcement Executive Certification Program

Posted: August 15, 2019

Executive Certification through the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police is acquired through a combination of academic achievement; law enforcement experience at the municipal, county, state, or federal level; experience as a Chief of Police, Director of Public Safety or equivalent; continuing education as a student or instructor; the publication of articles relevant to law enforcement, and service as a board member of a law enforcement association.

The CACP Executive Certification program works to acknowledge our members who meet these requirements to be formally recognized in a public setting for their commitment to the professionalism of Colorado law enforcement.

Click here to learn more and to apply today!


New Job Postings Available On Website

Posted: August 8, 2019

The National Testing Network has an opening for a Senior Field Consultant which would be a good fit for a retired chief. Click here for job description. 

The City of Aurora has an opening for a Public Safety Communications Center Director. Click here for job description.

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!


Become CACP Accredited Today!

Posted: August 8, 2019

Professional Standards exist to enable CACP and CSOC members to achieve a “Professional” status. The adoption of minimum professional standards is necessary for Colorado Police and Sheriff Organizations to achieve the status of “Professional”. CACP/CSOC through the Professional Standards Committee safeguard the integrity of the accreditation process for their members by utilizing professionally accepted methods for CACP/CSOC professional accreditation. The CACP/CSOC exists to assess law enforcement operations of applicant agencies. Agencies that provide detention services are encouraged to attain professional accreditation through other accrediting entities for such services.

Professional Standards are statements of minimum requirements adopted by CACP/CSOC with the intent to more clearly define the role and responsibilities of a Colorado Peace Officer and to enhance the quality of services provided. Professional Standards at a minimum incorporate a Professional Code of Ethics, minimum professional standard requirements, and a recognized body of knowledge. Practitioner expertise is acquired through the study of these minimum standards translating to professional law enforcement services.


Learn More About Accreditation!

CACP Members, Apply for Accreditation!

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