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Welcome to the OACP

     OACP is the largest law enforcement executive and administrative association in Oklahoma. Our members come from many facets of professional agencies and departments throughout the state. The Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police has a strong objective of goals that are to foster strong ethical standards and a commitment of professional conduct in law enforcement through education, professional training, communications and improving laws that protect the citizens of communities throughout Oklahoma.

     The greatest benefit of the organization is the ability of all law enforcement to network through various channels of services, resources, committees, other agencies and model policies through a vast network of other agencies with the same goals in mind.

      Our membership includes agencies and departments such as; campus law enforcement, corrections management, corporate protection and security, federal agencies, state agencies, municipal chiefs. tribal law enforcement, county sheriffs, public safety and highway patrol, rail, air, transportation and many other law enforcement entities in Oklahoma.

      As an organization of many members, we become one voice for stronger laws to protect the citizens of Oklahoma through legislative committees, community policing, continuous professional training and education.

OACP, OPCTF & AGENCY HELD COURSES

   

 

    The OPCTF (Oklahoma Police Chiefs Training Foundation) has added new courses for criminal justice employees and all first responders throughoout Oklahoma and the list keeps growing!  To view current the calendar of training announcements from the OACP, OPCTF and various other agencies, please visit TRAINING CALENDAR SECTION.

 

OACP is accepting applications for the OACP – Public Safety Concepts Scholarship Awards until August 5, 2019. All applications must be completed by 5:00 P.M. that day. If any questions, please contact the OACP at (405) 672-1225 ext. 3 or email Steve.Emmons@TheOACP.org for further information.

Required Criteria

  • Student’s immediate family is a Member of the Oklahoma Association of Chiefs of Police in good standing.
  • Applicant has need for financial assistance.
  • Graduated from high school is in the spring of 2019 or was in the fall of 2018.
  • Must attached a high school transcript.
  • Applicant maintained good grades in high school.
  • Must provide a letter of recommendation from teacher, principal, minister, employer, or an unrelated adult.
  • Has been accepted into a college or university located in the United States starting in fall of 2019.
  • Has completed and ready to attach a typed-written maximum 600 word essay about why you desire the scholarship and how it will be used.
  • Completed all application components, followed all instructions and has included all attachments.