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The mission of the Oregon Association Chiefs of Police is to serve as the “professional voice” of law enforcement in Oregon. Toward our objective, we are pleased to offer a wide range of programs designed to benefit police leaders, their agencies and the communities they serve.

Accreditation

The Oregon Accreditation Alliance exists to improve the quality of law enforcement agencies in the State of Oregon and ultimately the quality of services provided to the citizens of the state.

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Physical Abilities Test

The OACP purchased and deployed ten ORPAT systems in police agencies strategically located throughout the state in order to make the Oregon Physical Abilities Test accessible to all Oregon police agencies.

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College Scholarship Program

The OACP is committed to promoting professionalism and values the presence and contributions of educated men and women in Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice. To further this commitment, the OACP provides competitive college scholarships for qualifying students.

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Grants Pass PD's community throws an Annual First Responders Appreciation Barbeque, looks like everyone had a good time at this years barbeque. Such a great way to show appreciation to all the first responders. ... See MoreSee Less

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Gervais PD clowned around while promoting the circus that will be in their community. ... See MoreSee Less

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PEACE OFFICERS MEMORIAL DAY Every May 15th Peace Officers Memorial Day pays tribute to local, state, and federal law enforcement officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice or been injured in the line of duty. The observance takes place during Police Week. ... See MoreSee Less

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Cottage Grove PD had a special visit from Ceasar The No Drama Llama. ... See MoreSee Less

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It’s great seeing Burns new police chief, Chief Nancy Gardner, on social media, and doubly great seeing Burns fire chief Scott Williamson giving her a warm welcome. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to Chief Rick Schmitz (Aumsville PD) for his recent retirement. Pictured here is Executive Board member Chief Mark Daniel presenting an OACP retirement plaque to him during his retirement celebration. Thank you Chief Schmitz for your commitment to the law enforcement profession, and for your involvement in the Chiefs’ association. ... See MoreSee Less

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The OACP appreciates how these individuals have been honored and remembered.Today was the 2022 Fallen Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony in Salem at DPSST. Prior to honoring the 3 officers was a re-dedication of the Memorial Highway sign adding Sgt. John Burright’s name. Sgt. Burright passed away in May 2021 after a 20 year battle with severe injuries from being struck by a car on I-5. The sign is located at the spot on I-5 where Oregon State Police Trooper Maria Mignano, Sgt. John Burright and Albany Police Officer Jason Hoerauf were struck while helping a disabled motorist. We were honored to be a part of the dedication. The State's memorial honors 192 fallen Oregon law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty since the 1860s. To serve and protect, we stood loyal and true until the very end. #WeRememberYou #somegaveall ... See MoreSee Less

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National Police Week is a collaborative effort of many organizations dedicated to honoring America’s law enforcement community.In 1962, President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls, as National Police Week. Established by a joint resolution of Congress in 1962, National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others.Click the link below to read more about National Police week. https://nleomf.org/memorial/programs/national-police-week-2022/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Please click on the links below to apply. Do not apply via Facebook.Now Hiring:University of WashingtonChief of PoliceSalary: Salary will be competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience with an anticipated salary range of $175,000 to $220,000.Apply prior to May 20, 2022For more information, click here: https://oracp.memberclicks.net/assets/2022/Ad%20Text%20-%20UW%20COP%20-%20UPDATED.pdfClick here to apply: https://www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/police-chief-university-of-washington/Placing an advertisement with the OACP is a great way to expand the market reach of your personnel search. Click here for more information: https://www.policechief.org/job-board/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Please click on the links below to apply. Do not apply via Facebook.Now Hiring:University of California, Santa CruzChief of PoliceSalary: Salary range of up to $230,000 currently under review and will be dependent on qualifications (DOQ). A full complement of benefits including retirement offered through the UC Retirement system.Closing date: May 25, 2022For more information, click here: https://oracp.memberclicks.net/form/submission/…Click here to apply: https://www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/chief-of-police-university-of-california-santa-cruz/Placing an advertisement with the OACP is a great way to expand the market reach of your personnel search. Click here for more information: https://www.policechief.org/job-board/ ... See MoreSee Less

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The Oregon Association Chiefs of Police was founded in 1953 with the intended purpose of enhancing the professionalism of Law Enforcement in Oregon. The founding Chiefs envisioned creating an association that would promote training and information sharing to facilitate the professional growth of Chiefs of Police, command staff, supervisors, line officers and support personnel. The Oregon Association Chiefs of Police rapidly became a leader both on the state and national level in the effort to enhance the profession.

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