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Election Law and Safety Training

The Committee for Safe and Secure Elections features cross-partisan experts in election administration and law enforcement who aim to support policies and practices that protect election workers and voters from violence, threats, and intimidation. The Committee also works to build relationships and trust between election officials and law enforcement to better equip both to prevent and respond to threats and violence against voters and election workers.

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New Job Postings Available On Website

Job openings are available HERE 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].

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Training Opportunities

CACP is dedicated to bringing our members high quality training opportunities to better law enforcement officials. We have multiple upcoming training opportunities. Check them out below and bookmark this page for updates.

De-escalation Training Opportunities Nov. 2022 - May 2023
FBI Executive Leadership Program Training 2023

MC-1 Honor Run September 25th

Dear colleagues,  

In honor of Jefferson County Sheriff’s Sergeant Dave Baldwin, who was killed in the line of duty on January 26, 2014, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, along with other law enforcement agencies and with community support, inaugurated the MC-1 Honor Run in May of 2014.    

The MC-1 Honor Run is an annual event with proceeds earmarked for law enforcement officers injured in the line of duty.  The MC-1 Foundation was established to ensure the run will be an on-going annual event.  

This year’s run will be held on Sunday, September 25.  The run will commence at Columbine High School with registration at 8:00 a.m. and first bike out at l0:00 a.m. Cost for participation is $35 per bike.  This year, the event will benefit Wheat Ridge Officer, Allan Fischer, who was stabbed during a fight to take a stolen vehicle suspect into custody.

It is my hope that your agency will support and participate in this event.  Our wish is to have a considerable visual presence of uniformed officers riding along with civilian members of the community who support law enforcement.  I am hopeful that in addition to any individual support members of your agency can provide, you will permit two of your motorcycle officers to participate in uniform and on their service bikes in the run. 

Deputy Mark Miller of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is the contact for law enforcement officers wishing to ride in uniform on their department bikes.  He can be reached at 303.435.3991 or [email protected]. General information and registration are available at []; other inquiries can be directed to [email protected].

I hope your department will join us in benefitting Officer Fischer, while we remember and honor all members of The Thin Blue Line who have given their lives or been seriously injured in service to their communities.

- Sheriff Jeff Schrader


"Sextortion: The Hidden Pandemic" Free Film Screening and Expert Panel Q&A - Parker Police Department, September 19

Sextortion: The Hidden Pandemic is a documentary coming out in October, investigating the world of online grooming and sextortion--a present-day reality for one in seven children online. By unsealing the federal case of a top-gun pilot with hundreds of victims, and interviewing survivors and their parents, this true-crime piece exposes an often-overlooked crime against children, the tactics of online predators, and the voices of parents and law enforcement poised to stop online child exploitation in its tracks. 

The producers have partnered with the Department of Homeland Security, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, and the DOJ US Attorney’s Office to highlight this issue.  

The target audience is the general public aged 10+, law enforcement, counselors, and educators. Law enforcement and educators will received access to free training materials after the screening.

The Parker Police Department, the Colorado Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and Spotlight Docs are bringing this showing to the Denver metro area on September 19, at PACE Center, 20000 Pikes Peak Avenue Parker, CO 80138 at 7pm. The event is free, but tickets are required. 

View the Trailer Here
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