C.A.P.E. 2023 Training Seminar
Registration has opened for the 2023 CAPE Training Seminar. While the final details of this years flagship event are still being worked out, this seminar will prove to be nothing less than stellar! Click here to begin the process. Be sure you are logged into the CAPE website with your email address when you register to get the member rate!
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CAPE is always looking for volunteers to assist in a variety of ways throughout the entire seminar. If you would like to be involved or have specific talents you feel would benefit the organization, please contact this year's seminar director, Melissa Dooley, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The State Board of Directors looks forward to seeing you all in beautiful Orange County April 3rd-7th, 2023!
Print a PDF copy of the Training Announcement Flyer here.
Tentative classes are posted on the event registration page.
CAPE adheres to all local guidelines and current restrictions in place regarding COVID-19. To obtain a copy of the current regulations and orders issued by the Orange County Health Department, please visit their website here.
To all past and potential future Sponsors & Vendors who wish to showcase your brand and connect with hundreds of Law Enforcement Property & Evidence professionals, the annual CAPE Training Seminar provides a unique opportunity for your organization to highlight your products and services. The 2023 Seminar is right around the corner with set-up for vendors taking place on Monday, April 3rd. The Vendor Appreciation Night will take place on the evening of Tuesday, April 4th. To secure your sponsorship and/or exhibitor booth purchase, payment must be received no later than February 1st, 2023.
For sponsorship opportunities which include vendor booth space as well as many other perks, click HERE. For all other a la carte options, such as vendor booth purchases and break-out sessions, click HERE. All sponsor and vendor related questions should be directed to email@example.com.
Fentanyl Dangers in Law Enforcement
As Property & Evidence professionals we have a high risk of exposure to Fentanyl, as we process and intake all the drugs that come into our facilities.
How do we mitigate this risk?
1. Work with your department to establish the proper training for packaging evidence, specifically drugs and narcotics.
2. If you don't have an evidence packaging manual, WRITE ONE and ensure it has a right of refusal clause, endorsed by your administration.
3. Ensure your facility and working area has immediate access to NARCAN.
4. If you are a solo Property & Evidence Officer, consider having another employee from your department nearby while you handle narcotics and related evidence.
Property & Evidence Questions?
Did you know the CAPE website has a forums section? You can respond to posted topics or create your own question as well! Get answers and give answers through on-line networking - Check out the CAPE Forums here.