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CANCELLED: 2020 Annual Conference

Posted: Apr. 8, 2020

Due to the increasing health concerns and escalating developments that have occurred over the last several weeks regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, including the state of emergency in several states, the CACP Board of Directors has decided that the Annual Conference scheduled for June 28-30, 2020, will no longer take place.

As difficult as this decision is, the health and safety of our attendees, exhibitors, sponsors, presenters, volunteers, and staff remain our top priority. The CACP Board and staff thank all of you for understanding this difficult decision and we hope to see you at our next conference.

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to us at [email protected].


Personnel (Employment) Testing During the COVID-19 Crisis - Best Practices from Stanard & Associates, Inc.

Posted: Apr. 7, 2020

Over the last few weeks, Stanard & Associates have been fielding calls and emails from agencies seeking guidance on how best to move forward with their new hire and promotional testing processes. To help departments, they created an informational piece. Click here to access.

During this time, many departments are finding it critical to keep their staffing levels up during the pandemic and traditional in-person/onsite testing methods are not able to be conducted due to shelter in place restrictions and/or departments closing their facilities to the public. Perhaps the most important take away in the above communication is that last week, Stanard & Associates launched a NEW form of the POST exam (Form E) which is offered exclusively online and allows agencies to provide usernames and password to their candidates via email. With this new form, candidates can take the exam in the comfort of their own home with the tests scored by S&A and results sent to the authorized department contact. This new testing option has been extremely well received by agencies looking for a solution to keep their hiring processes on track.


DHS Release: COVID-19 Law Enforcement Exposure and Risk Mitigation Best Practices Resource Guide

Posted: April 7, 2020

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Office for State and Local Law Enforcement (OSLLE) facilitated the creation of the "*COVID-19 Exposure and Risk Mitigation Best Practices Resource Guide."  The guide can be found here.

Dr. Alexander Eastman, MD, MPH, FACS, FAEMS of The Department of Homeland Security's Office of Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) provided his medical opinion and reviewed all resources located within the document. "The Guide is a needed response to address many of law enforcements concerns and requests for risk mitigation resources. OSLLE hopes that these best practices provide guidance to ensure a strong public safety response and support all officers health and well-being."

The "COVID-19 Exposure and Risk Mitigation Best Practices Resource Guide" covers four (4) main topic areas:

  • Exposure Levels and Risk Assessment
  • Personal Protective Equipment for Law Enforcement
  • Mitigating Risk Through Altered Tactics and Procedures
  • Exposure Guidance and Decision-Making Tools

Webinar: Confronting the Threat from Pandemic Disinformation: What Law Enforcement Needs to Know

Posted: Apr. 3, 2020

When: April 7th, 2020
1:00pm – 3:00pm ET

In today’s information milieu, the way our citizens view facts, define certainty, and classify information previously shared through print, the town square, or landline no longer applies nor adheres to traditional rules. These fundamental changes have made it easier for domestic and foreign threat actors to exploit, replace and amplify vital information for the sole purpose to sow discord, push foreign nations’ policy agendas, cause panic and ultimately undermine confidence and public trust in the core institutions of our democracy. As the Coronavirus Pandemic intensifies it will create a new, broader and potentially perilous disinformation environment stirring in its wake distrust, deception, and calls for violence. Extremist groups, including white supremacists, are now pointing to ‘theories’ and works of fiction to motivate individuals to take violent action. As disinformation grows law enforcement will be called upon to react to disinformation in more informed and effective ways.

Join The Center on Policing on April 7th for an informational webinar that focuses on case studies of recent disinformation campaigns, tools and best practices to effectively identify disinformation and examples for how to provide a counter narrative to mitigate impact on your jurisdictions. We will also discuss how to increase your investment in “open-source” intelligence gathering, suggesting combing and analyzing what’s available to anyone—such as the internet. Additionally, the forum will provide advice for having either you as chief law enforcement officer or your spokespersons navigate through and/or expose falsities and methodologies for countering the narrative. That which includes uncovering and exposing publicly disinformation being spread by adversaries and sources touting them—this is and remains a public-facing role that is extraordinary but vital in the modern era of influence campaigns.

Download the event Agenda and Webinar connection details here.


New Job Postings Available On Website

Posted: March 31, 2020

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

The Meeker Police Department is looking for a Chief of Police. Click here for more information.

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

The Town of Palisade has an opening for a full-time Post Certified Police Officer. 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].

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