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720-344-2762

6001 Ron King Trail, Unit C

Littleton, CO 80125

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Leading Before, During and After the Crisis: A Case Study of the Boston Marathon Bombing Attack

Daniel Linskey is a Managing Director in Kroll’s Investigations and Disputes practice, and is head of the Boston office. As the former Superintendent-in-Chief of the Boston Police Department (BPD) and a 27-year veteran of the force, Dan provided strong leadership through some of the most tragic and contentious events in the city’s history, including the Boston Marathon bombings and the Occupy Movement. His presentation, Leading Before During and After the Crisis: A Case Study of the Boston Marathon Bombing Attack, utilizes lessons learned from the Boston Marathon Bombing investigation to show how departments should develop training and exercise programs to prepare their members to respond in a crisis.  Click here for flyer.

Sept 20th for all LE Command Level Deputies, Officers, Fire and EMS.  Click here to register for this free class.

Sept 21st for all Police Chiefs, State Patrol Majors and Chiefs, Fire and EMS Chiefs.   Click here to register for this free class.

 

Conferences

Three conferences held each year in various locations throughout the state – coordinated by CSOC staff in conjunction with host Sheriffs.

Training

Over 126 training programs offered to sheriffs and their deputies each year — coordinated and orchestrated by CSOC staff.

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If you are interested in additional ways to support CSOC and Colorado law enforcement, please call 720-344-2762.

News Alert: Colorado sheriffs pleased with ICE’s suspension of ‘erroneous’ weekly ‘sanctuary city’ report

(via Denver7ABC) DENVER – The Denver Sheriff Department is welcoming the decision by federal immigration officials to stop publishing a controversial weekly report targeting jurisdictions deemed “uncooperative” with federal immigration enforcement efforts.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement started releasing the report in late March, but it quickly drew backlash from law enforcement agencies and various cities and counties around the country that said the report contained erroneous information. So-called “sanctuary cities” have been targeted under the new administration and threatened with the loss of federal funding.

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Colorado VINE

Colorado VINE is a proactive notification system that sends you an automatic alert anytime an offender’s custody status changes.

Colorado VINE information is available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. You will be notified about the release, transfer, escape or death of an offender by phone, email, text and/or TTY.

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