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FLETC Cybercrime & Technical Investigations Training Conference

Posted: Aug 17, 2020

The FLETC Cybercrime & Technical Investigations Training Conference – CYCON-2020, will now be conducted as a virtual event between September 9-11, 2020. Hosted by the FLETC Cyber Division, with support from the FLETC’s Legal Division and the eLearning Branch, this event will offer multiple presentations in a variety of current cyber related topics. 

More information can be found in a flyer here

To register and for more information, click here.

Non-sworn personnel attending must provide a written letter of sponsorship by their law enforcement organization via email to [email protected]

For direct questions, please reach out to the following:

Contact the Cyber Division via email: [email protected]


Colorado Department of Local Affairs Notice of Funds Availability

Posted: Aug. 16, 2020

The Colorado Department of Local Affairs would like to inform you of two funding opportunities that are currently open:

  • The Gray & Black Market Marijuana Enforcement grant.  You can find a copy of the official notification here. The application deadline is September 30, 2020.  
  • The Peace Officers Mental Health Support (POMH) grant.  The official notification can be found here. The application deadline is October 26, 2020.  

If you have any questions, please contact:

Ella Bowman
Grant Program Manager
P: 303-864-7896   |  F 303-353-0751
1313 Sherman St., Room 521, Denver, CO 80203
[email protected] | 


FLETC Virtual Summit- Mass Casualty Events

Posted: Aug 10, 2020

The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) is offering a Mass Casualty Event Series online August 25th - 26th. For more information, click here. To apply for training is simple, click here, answer the questions, and it will open our class list. Then just enroll in the Mass Casualty Virtual Summit- VO_MC-2001SLTD, and there are no cost for these online courses. 

For medical personnel that sign up for the training, they should be sponsored by a law enforcement agency. On the application, the supervisor should be the person within the law enforcement agency that is in charge of the program. In addition, the agency they should list, is the agency that is sponsoring them.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Shawn Walker, Regional Coordinator (4- Midwestern)

(Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Texas, Wyoming, and Tribal Nations)

Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers

State, Local & Tribal Division


For schedule or to enroll in courses:


Tech Talk- Westminster (CO) Rapidly Reacts to Law Enforcement Integrity & Accountability Act

When: Thu, Aug 13, 2020 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM MDT

On June 19, 2020 Colorado signed the Law Enforcement Integrity & Accountability Act into law, with several parts of the bill going into effect immediately. Westminster, CO, will share how they turned to Laserfiche to rapidly deploy a solution for their agency to meet the current requirements as well as future unknown reporting requirements. Records Technician for the Police Department, Veronica Nicholas, will join us for this informative tech talk and walk through their decision process and roll-out of the solution.
You can register for the Tech Talk here.
To read about how Westminster rapidly reacted to the Law Enforcement Integrity and Accountability Act, click here.

If You Are Not A Current Member, Join CACP Today!

Posted: Aug. 5, 2020

The purpose of CACP is to assist Police Chiefs in providing more effective law enforcement practices in their community. To accomplish this goal, CACP offers members:

  • Annual conferences (members attend at a discounted rate!)
  • Training programs
  • Community forum
  • Board representation
  • Membership directory
  • Legislative information
  • Representation with the International Association of Chiefs of Police
  • Professional Standards Lobbyist representation
  • Law Enforcement Executive Certification
  • A network of law enforcement expertise upon which to draw

We have three membership types.

  • An "Active" member is a current police chief for a Colorado police agency. Annual dues are based on the number of sworn officers on staff:
    • 1-9 sworn officers: $187.50
    • 10-19 sworn officers: $300
    • 20-49 sworn officers: $600
    • 50-75 sworn officers: $975
    • 76 and over: $1,500
  • An "Associate" member is a member of a state, county, municipal, or federal law enforcement agency or division operating within the State of Colorado:
    • $125
  • "Retired" member is a police chief that retired or resigned from a Colorado police agency:
    • $0

Join Now!


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