Past Award Recipients
2015 CACP Award Recipients
Bill Price, Grand Junction Police Department volunteer, awarded the CACP Citizen Volunteer of the Year award.
John Jackson recognized as outgoing CACP President.
Swearing in of new Board of Directors
Chief Brandt recognizes Marian Burrell for her work on organizing the conference.
2014 President's Award Recipients
Chief Ticer presents Capt. Eric Stewart with the President's Award
Chief Jackson presents Lt. John Coppedge with the President's Award
2014 CACP Agency/Individual Award Recipients
Aurora PD Volunteer Marcia Todd received the
Elizabeth PD received the
Officer Matt Mueller of Westminster PD received the 2014 Valor Award from Chief Bob Ticer
Chief Bob Ticer presented Detective Mark Slavsky of Wheat Ridge PD with the 2014 Police Officer of the Year.
Chief Jackson with Rep. Beth McCann and Chief Ticer. Rep McCann was recognized for her many years of support for public safety
2012 American Spirit Award
Chief Dan Brennan (right) presents Chief Bob Yant and Sgt. Daniel Sanders (left)
2012 Valor Award Recipients
Sgt. Patrick Shaker, Aurora PD
Corporal David Scott, Littleton PD
Officers Christopher Miller, Tyler Brown, and Nicholas Kloberdanz, Northglenn PD
2012 Police Officer of the Year
(left to right) Chief Bill Kilpatrick, Golden PD,
2011 Valor Award Recipients
Officers Tim Kampmann, Brian Rauzi, & Nikica Dimitric – Littleton PD,
2011 Presidents Award Recipients
Chief Bill Kilpatrick – Golden PD,
Lt. Ernie Martinez,
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