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Northwestern University Center for Public Safety Offers Training In Louisville

February 28, 2017

Join us in Louisville, CO on April 19-20 for a new course on systems-based strategies to improve police-community relations and prevent community crisis. Click here for more information.

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Field Force Command and Planning Training Offered March 21, 22 and 23, 2017

February 28, 2017

The Field Force Command and Planning training program is a three-day course that prepares the management-level responder to serve as a member of an incident management team during a civil action or disorder. The course provides instruction on incident management, incorporating pre-planning considerations, and other responsibilities of management-level responders during such an event. Students will develop a local Incident Action Plan for a civil action or disorder and learn how to implement response actions from the management level. The course culminates with a tabletop exercise in which students use knowledge and skills developed in the previous sessions to plan for and command resources at the incident site.

Click here for flyer and more information about the course.

There are limited spots available, so register ASAP to ensure your spot!


Note From The CACP President Regarding Mid-Year 2017

February 23, 2017

The Mid-Year Conference last week in Evans was highly successful. The New & Aspiring Chiefs Orientation was full. The conference itself was well attended, the number well in excess of 2016. Thanks to Civica Management this was a well-organized and supported event that produced a profit for the association.


Consider Donating To The Colorado Law Enforcement Memorial

February 23, 2017

The Colorado Law Enforcement Memorial at Camp George West is undergoing major improvements. There is still a need for financial contributions to complete the work. The Colorado Law Enforcement Memorial has a web page where donations can be made.

According to its website, the Colorado Law Enforcement Memorial was founded by Ted Rosack (1927-1998) in 1979 as a tribute to Colorado's fallen peace officers. It has been funded by Shirley L. Brown, Chairman, SLB Company, Inc.

The Memorial site is in a small grove of trees by the State Patrol Academy, 15055 South Golden Road, Golden, CO, 80401. Each May, a ceremony is held to honor the officers named on the memorial.

The record of fallen officers was prepared by retired State Patrol Captain Keith Dameron with help from Candy Jones, Craig LeVere, Richard Lundquist, Sheryl Ratzell, Ron Richardson, Chris Skeers, Sherrill Warford, Stefanie Copley and Michelle Lopez. Research came primarily from newspaper accounts and departmental records. In some cases, information was sketchy. Every attempt was made to accurately summarize the available information."


Colorado Line Of Duty Death Response Team Raising Funds

February 23, 2017

The President of CACP, Gary Barbour, has issued a challenge for every agency to contribute $500, or what they can afford, to the fund for the Line of Duty Death Response Team.

In order for the COLODDRT to best support the impacted agency it will require funding. A response to various parts of the state may require things like lodging, food, office supplies, equipment, team shirts, and specialized training. This is where we need your help. I am asking my fellow law enforcement professionals, and your agency to donate what you reasonably can, and if possible, annually.

Please provide the attached donation form to members of your agency, as well as folks within your community and encourage them to donate what they reasonably can. Thank you for your support to this great cause.

Click here for more information on COLODDRT.

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