The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) is a professional association for law enforcement leaders in Canada, representing over 1,350 members across the country.
The CACP is the leading voice in law enforcement in Canada, providing a cross-country perspective on the issues and concerns facing police departments and its leaders today. As a result, the CACP’s interests have relevance to police at all levels – municipal, regional, provincial, federal and First Nations. Our priorities are focused on issues challenging law enforcement agencies across the country. Our efforts are concentrated on providing innovative police leadership through consultation, advocacy, collaboration and coordination. We seek to create and share initiatives, standards strategies, policies and programs that lead to progressive change in policing across the nation.
Your membership helps to support the important work of the association.
- Why become a member? Because membership has its benefits.
- Who can become a member? Membership in the association is divided into four classes – active, associate, life and honourary.
- How much does it cost to become a member? Membership fees are affordable and are a worthwhile investment.
- How can I make a difference? As a leader, you are already providing direction to your respective departments. Now, we invite you to share your knowledge, experience and insight to positively influence police leadership across the country by actively participating in the association’s many engagement opportunities.
- How do I become a member? It’s quick and easy to complete your membership application form