AMU to Provide Law Enforcement Leadership Education to North Carolina Association of Chiefs of Police Email questions to LEleadership@apus.edu
Check out the new link on the left for Upcoming Events ! There you will find information regarding Regional Meetings and other events of interest.
38th Annual Conference A Big Success
The NCACP 38th Annual Conference held in Cherokee, N.C., January 26-28, 2014 was a big success. The conference was hosted by the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians and our host chief was Chief Gerard Ball of the Clyde Police Department. This was the biggest conference ever held by the North Carolina Association of Chiefs of Police. There were 96 vendors that interacted with the chiefs of police, state and federal officers.
Attendees and vendors were treated to entertainment by Matt Fore Magician/Humorist at the Vendor Appreciation Breakfast and the Conference Banquet.
Principal Chief Michell Hicks of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee was a guest speaker at the banquet and graciously conducted the swearing in ceremony of the new Board of Directors.
The NCACP was honored to have Debbie Smith and her husband Rob as guest speakers at our New Chiefs/First Time Attendees Luncheon that was sponsored by The Center for Advanced Forensic DNA Analysis.
H-E-A-R-T, Inc. and the Center for Advanced Forensic DNA Analysis shared with the new chiefs an exciting new venture that will aid H-E-A-R-T, Inc. in assisting victims of sexual assault nationwide. Read more about Debbie’s story here.
The 39th Annual Conference (2015) will be held in Cherokee, N.C. January 25-27, 2015 at Harrah’s Hotel and Event Center and will once again be hosted by the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians.
Vendors should check back often and get their registration in early. We anticipate that next year's conference will be even bigger and our goal is to be even better. We look forward to seeing you in Cherokee in 2015.
Welcome To The NCACP Website
The Board of Directors of the North Carolina Association of Chiefs of Police welcomes you to our website. Updates will constantly be posted throughout the year. We welcome any ideas, input or articles that you may want to share with our members. The NCACP is only as strong as our members and their participation.
Law Enforcement Administrators are facing many challenges in today's environment and sharing ideas, programs and successes with other administrators is essential in assuring efficiency, effectiveness and camaraderie. The mission of the NCACP is to serve every Chief of Police in North Carolina, regardless of the population of the city/town or size of the department. We look forward to hearing from each of you soon.