Connecticut Police Chiefs Association

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  • Feb 23, 2018

    Send A Kid To Camp

    Connecticut Police Foundation along with Connecticut Police Chiefs Association has committed to sending to 50 children from some of the state’s most economically challenged cities to the Ch. 3 Kids Camp this Summer.

  • Oct 12, 2017

    Halloween 2017 PSA

    Drive Scary Safe this Halloween! Watch our video on safe driving practices.

  • May 25, 2017

    Help us send 25 children to Summer Camp!

    The Connecticut Police Chiefs Association has committed to send 25 children from New Haven to Channel 3 Kids Camp. For many of these children this will be a rare and new opportunity to get out to the country. The children will spend the week participating in recreational and educational experiences while making friends and growing an appreciation for the outdoors.

  • Jan 30, 2017

    2017 Roadway Safety Poster Contest

    Help us spread the word about Roadway Safety!

    It is time for the seventh annual Roadway Safety Poster Contest for Children.  The CT Technology Transfer Center is partnering with the CT Governor’s Highway Safety Program and joining forces with their Game Over Initiative and Ruff Ruffman of PBSkids to spread the word on Roadway Safety.

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The Connecticut Police Chiefs Association is an organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of the residents of the State of Connecticut; to aiding other government bodies within and external to the State of Connecticut in the administration of justice, ensuring that all are treated equally before the law. To strive always to provide service to the public of the highest attainable quality by constantly searching for those methods that will keep Connecticut law enforcement in the forefront of public safety issues.