List of Accredited Agencies

June 25, 2018

Arapahoe County SO

Avon PD

Basalt PD

Black Hawk PD

Boulder PD

Brighton PD

Canon City PD

Chaffee County SO

Cherry Hills Village PD

Commerce City PD

Craig PD

Durango PD

Elizabeth PD

Englewood PD

Erie PD

Estes Park PD

Evans PD

Federal Heights PD

Firestone PD

Fort Collins PD

Frederick PD

Fruita PD

Golden PD

Grand Junction PD

Greeley PD

Greenwood Village PD

Lafayette PD

Lakewood PD

Littleton PD

Lone Tree PD

Louisville PD

Manitou Springs PD

Mesa County

Montrose PD

Parachute PD

Parker PD

Pueblo PD

Salida PD


Vail PD

Westminster PD

Wheat Ridge PD


Accreditation Awarded to Greeley Police Department

November 16, 2016


This photo was taken to record the award at Greeley City Council meeting on Tuesday, November 15, of CACP accreditation to the police department. Pictured are, from the left, Administrative Assistant Teri Gutierrez, Lieutenant Roy Smith, Greeley Chief Jerry Garner, and CACP President Gary Barbour.


Current Accredited Agencies Under CACP Standards

November 14, 2016

According to current records, there are 42 accredited agencies that fall under CACP Standards (39 are currently accredited, while three more are seeking accreditation totaling at 42). Below is a breakdown of Police Departments, Police Departments and Sheriff Offices, and Police Departments, Sheriff Offices, and Universities that are accredited.



Narcan Training in SE and S Central Colorado

November 11, 2016

The Colorado Office of the Attorney General , working in partnership with the Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention, the Harm Reduction Action Center, and Denver Health, purchased 2,500 Narcan dual-packs for law enforcement personal and first responders in 17 counties with high rates of drug overdose deaths and training in how to administer Narcan.

Law enforcement personnel and first responders who attend and complete the training and who are from the following counties of SE and South-Central Colorado will receive a FREE Narcan Rescue Kit:

Baca, Bent, Fremont, Huerfano, Las Animas, Otero, Pueblo

Although law enforcement personnel and first responders are the primary intended audience, this 2-hour training is open to any individual interested in learning how to administer Narcan.

The training is free to attend and registration is required. To register, visit:

There are two training sessions schedule for La Junta (Otero, Baca, Bent, and possibly Las Animas) on November 17th at the Council Chambers, 601 Colorado Ave, for 8:30am and 10:30am.

There are three training sessions scheduled for Pueblo (Fremont, Las Animas and Pueblo) on November 18th at the Emergency Service Center, 101 W. 10th St. for 8:30am, 10:30 am and 1:30pm.

Participants will be trained on how to properly identify symptoms and conditions of opioid overdose and will learn the proper methods for administering Narcan. The trainings will include instruction on the use of the OpiRescue app that helps recognize signs of an overdose, provides instructions of administering Narcan/Naloxone, and has the function to report reversal of overdose incidents.

The instructors will offer train-the-trainer content so agencies can provide this important training in-house in the future. Although law enforcement personnel and first responders from outside of the 17-counties will not be provided the Narcan inhalers, they are encouraged to attend the training, including the train-the-trainer instruction to take back to their agencies.

The training instructors are:

· Lisa Raville, Executive Director, Harm Reduction Action center
· Josh Blum, MD, Denver Health
· Chief Rick Brandt, Evans Police Department, recent past President, Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police

Click here for a pdf with additional details.

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