Can you Believe…

CAPS Volunteers:

Served over 852,400 hours to date

Fire and Police Chaplains devoted over 12,000 hours helping those with traumatic events

Supported emergency preparedness activities…. 1,800 hours

Helped the Financial Crimes Unit recover over $400,000.00 worth of stolen items

Issued over 1,200 citations while assigned to the Handicap Parking Services Unit

40 college students fulfilled their internships at our 3 agencies

Colorado Springs Police Badge
To promote the quality of life in Colorado Springs by providing police services with integrity and a spirit of excellence, in partnership with our community.
Colorado Springs Fire Department Badge
Providing the highest quality problem solving, fire and rescue service to our community since 1894
Colorado Springs Office of Emergency Management Badge
Responsible for providing mitigation, preparedness, response, recovery and coordination for large-scale emergencies and disasters, both natural and human-caused, to the citizens of Colorado Springs for the purpose of saving lives and preventing property damage.
International Association of Chiefs of Police Badge
Outstanding Achievement in a Law Enforcement Volunteer Program

International Association of Chiefs of Police

2018 DeBerry Award presented to CAPS
The CAPS Program was selected to receive this award for Support of Front Line Forces. The turtle on the fence post signifies service and support to others in that "it did not get there on its own."

Fisher DeBerry Award

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