We have three membership types.
Note: Fiscal year for membership is July 1 through June 30 and dues are not pro-rated. Formal approval of all membership applications is voted on by the CACP board at their next scheduled meeting; dues payment will not be processed until formal approval.
If you prefer to print out an application and mail in a check, you can access the application here.
As a law enforcement administrator, you experience daily the frustrating dilemma of spending more time dealing with problems than with their causes. CACP wants to deal with the causes: inadequate funding, uninformed legislators and citizens, minimal training standards, incompatible information systems, lack of communication and lack of unification among federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and divisions of criminal justice in identifying and resolving problems. If you want your career in law enforcement to make a difference, support CACI in helping you to achieve that goal.
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:
CACP’s structure includes a Board of ten officers and directors who are Police Chiefs. Each of Colorado’s five geographic regions and major cities are represented on the Board. The representatives hold regional meetings to obtain input from their area.
Our committees include:
The challenges faced by agency heads and departments to honorably memorialize officers who have died in the line of duty, and care for their families and department personnel are daunting. The sad reality is there will be more, and your agency could be next.
The Colorado Line of Duty Death Response Team (COLODDRT) will bring together multi-agency professionals with a variety of specialized skills to respond, and assist any organization with a memorial service befitting a hero as needed.