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IACP Conference in New Orleans September 11th - 14th 

Chief Henninger is looking forward to seeing you at the IACP Conference in New Orleans, 11-14 SEPT!  If you are interested in purchasing a Banquet Ticket for the evening of 14 SEPT (when Dwight will be sworn in as President), we’ve been told that link should be available on the IACP website soon. 

With registrations and hotel rooms filling up, if you plan to attend, we want to make sure you have the information you need and remind you to go ahead and get registered for the conference.

After you have registered for the conference, you can use the link below to book a hotel room at the IACP headquarters hotel, Hilton Riverside.  If you’ve already registered for the conference and booked your hotel, please disregard.  

Colorado https://compass.onpeak.com/e/42ICP2021HIR/in/category/33490

  • The link is for good for one hotel reservation per person. This link is exclusive and guests should not share the link with others.
  • Click on the link in the email to book their hotel room. Don’t copy the link and paste in a browser such as Google Chrome or Internet Explorer. If you copy the link to any browser, the link will time out and you will not receive access to the headquarters hotel.
  • Guests should complete their hotel reservations by Friday, July 16 at 11:59 p.m. ET. 
  • A valid credit card is needed to complete a hotel reservation. Please be sure to note cancellation deadlines on your hotel confirmation to avoid no-show fees.
 

Training Classes Offered by Criminal Justice Institute’s National Center for Rural Law Enforcement

The Criminal Justice Institute’s National Center for Rural Law Enforcement is offering three online sexual assault investigation courses to certified law enforcement officers and deputies representing rural communities. These online courses are supported by an Office on Violence Against Women’s grant and are available at no-cost.

Prepare yourself with the skills and knowledge needed to effectively investigate these cases using a victim-centered response.

 

FOUNDATIONS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATION FOR THE RURAL OFFICER ONLINE (10 HOURS)

This course provides rural law enforcement executives and investigators with the knowledge, skills, and resources for establishing a victim-centered response as part of an effective investigation. Target Audience: Rural Law Enforcement Officers, Investigators, Chiefs, Sheriffs, and Command Staff.

Upcoming Course Dates: July 1-12, 2021| August 2-13, 2021| September 2-13, 2021| October 1-12, 2021| November 1-12, 2021| December 1-8, 2021

  


 

SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATION FOR THE RURAL EXECUTIVE ONLINE (8 HOURS)

Rural law enforcement executives have the opportunity to have a significant influence on those they supervise and on their community’s attitude toward sexual assault. They are responsible for creating and maintaining an environment that supports a victim-centered response to sexual assault. This course will enhance the capability of rural law enforcement personnel to manage and investigate sexual assault cases in their community. Obstacles, resources and benefits to the department will also be explored. Target Audience: Rural Law Enforcement Chiefs, Sheriffs, and Command Staff.

NOTE: A prerequisite for this course is Foundations of Sexual Assault Investigation for the Rural Officer Online.

Upcoming Course Dates: June 16-28, 2021 |July 15-26, 2021| August 16-27, 2021| September 16-27, 2021| October 15-26, 2021| November 18-29, 2021| December 10-20, 2021

  


 

SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATION FOR THE RURAL INVESTIGATOR ONLINE (13 HOURS)

The response to, and investigation of, sexual assault crimes requires a victim-centered approach as part of an effective investigation. This course is designed to enable rural officers to better understand the impact of sexual assault upon victims as well as apprehend the offender. Target Audience: Rural Law Enforcement Officers and Investigators.

NOTE: A prerequisite for this course is Foundations of Sexual Assault Investigation for the Rural Officer Online.

Upcoming Course Dates: June 16-28, 2021 |July 15-26, 2021| August 16-27, 2021| September 16-27, 2021| October 15-26, 2021| November 18-29, 2021| December 10-20, 2021

 


 

Registration for these programs is available online here. Upon completion, officers will receive a certificate of completion. In addition, CJI staff can assist law enforcement agencies in obtaining credit from their state accrediting agency. 

For more information on our sexual assault courses, visit us online or contact Ayanna Johnson: 501-570-8092 / toll-free at 800-635-6310 / email [email protected]

ABOUT US:

The Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) is a nationally unique educational entity that has provided programs and services designed to enhance the proficiency and professionalism within the law enforcement community since 1993. As a division of the University of Arkansas System, the Institute delivers education and advanced training across Arkansas in progressive areas of criminal justice, including law enforcement leadership and management, forensic sciences, computer technologies, illicit drug investigations, and school, traffic, and officer safety. In 1997, the Institute established the National Center for Rural Law enforcement (NCRLE) to extend many of the Institute’s programs and services throughout rural America.

 

Rio Grande County is Hosting a Blue to Gold Training

The Rio Grande County Sheriff's Office is hosting a blue to gold training. If you are interested, you can read more here

 

Journal of Colorado Policing Volume 6 Issue 1: Spring 2021 Has Been Released

The latest edition of the Journal of Colorado Policing 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 6, Issue 1 Spring 2021

 

Articles in this edition include:

  • Factors in Employee Motivation: Expectancy and Equity Theories 
  • Business Administration v Public Administration
  • Defensive Tactic Reviewed: The 21-Foot Principle
  • Legal Update - Perez v . People

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.

 

New Job Postings Available On Website

The Town of Firestone is looking for a Police Officer I or II. Click here for more information.

The Town of Hotchkiss is looking for Marshal (Chief of Police). Click here for more information.

The City of Northglenn is looking for a Police Officer. Click here for more information.

The City of Northglenn is looking for a Lieutenant. Click here for more information.

The City of Pueblo is looking for a Chief of Police. Click here for more information.

The University of Colorado Boulder has multiple open positions. Click here for more information.

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!

 
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