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Registration is OPEN for the 2021 CACP Annual Conference

Registration for the 2021 Annual Conference is opening soon! Join us June 23-25 for CACP's largest conference of the year.
 
2020 was an extraordinary year for all of us and the challenges we are facing will continue. It is more important now than ever before that we are able to come together and strengthen our association and our shared challenges as police chiefs. The Board has decided that we will hold an in-person Annual Conference this year. We will adhere to all COVID guidelines and restrictions, and will make the conference safe for all to attend.
 
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**Not a CACP member but work in law enforcement? Email the office at [email protected] for more information about the Annual Conference!

 


2021 Sponsorship/Exhibitor Information is Available Now

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The Annual Conference is second of two yearly meetings that brings the police chiefs of Colorado together. Don't miss your opportunity to get in front of the decision makers in law enforcement.

 


 

2021 CACP Mid-Year Conference Recordings and Presentation Slides Now Available for Registrants

The 2021 Mid-Year Conference happened VIRTUALLY Monday, January 4th - January 6th, 2021 in conjunction with the County Sheriffs of Colorado (CSOC). Thank you to those who made the conference a success!

To view the recordings, chat log, and presentation slides, make sure you are LOGGED IN above. You will only be able to view this page if you registered for the conference. Then, click below!

View the Recordings, Chat Log, and Presentation Slides Here

 


Journal of Colorado Policing Issue 2: Fall 2020 Has Been Released

The latest edition of the Journal of Colorado Policing (formerly know as the Colorado Police Quarterly) has been published! 

The journal serves as a professional forum for the dissemination of original research, legal updates, training strategies as well as best practices and literature reviews. The journal incorporates the expertise of both practitioners and academics to achieve these goals. Promoting the publication of peer-reviewed research and providing sound advice from practitioners for law enforcement within the state of Colorado are the journal’s main goals.

Volume 5, Issue 2: Fall 2020

 

 Articles in this edition include:

  • Message from the CACP President
  • Letter from the Editor
  • Police Citizen Advisory Boards in Contemporary Practice: A Practical Approach
  • Psychiatric Disorders Arising from Cumulative Stress in Police Officers Offer Clues for Decreasing Excessive Use of
  • Force
  • Citizen Perceptions of Law Enforcement Shootings Involving Imitation Firearms
  • Legal Update: People v. Catteneo (Is there a general expectation of privacy in a vehicle identification number?)

If you would like to submit an article for the next issue of the Journal of Colorado Policing, please reference the guidelines/requirements web page.


 


 

The Benefits of Membership

Through your membership dues, the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police can provide you with exclusive and vital benefits to keep you on the cutting edge of law enforcement. The value of your CACP membership is found in:

Your membership in CACP also provides you information on other events and educational opportunities that are held in Colorado and outside the state.

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CACP Vision and Mission

Vision

Serving as the voice of professional policing in Colorado.

Mission

Providing leadership for the improvement, safety, effectiveness, and professionalism of Colorado Law Enforcement. 

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