Kansas Association of Chiefs of Police
Leading Kansas Law Enforcement Since 1965

The Kansas police chiefs association was formed nearly 50 years ago by a group of police chiefs whose goal and mission is to ensure the professionalism and effectiveness of law enforcement in our state. Today, the more than 500 members of kacp, who are Kansas police chiefs, sheriffs, and law enforcement officers, are constantly striving to identify and implement more effective, increasingly credible approaches to combating new and growing crime problems and ensuring public safety and security, all with the highest level of professionalism.

The KACP is made up of law enforcement leaders and represents them from agencies of varying sizes across the state. The Association has developed and manages numerous programs for members and communities, as shown and described on this website.

The goals defined and expressed in the KACP are:

Promote better cooperation between institutions and exchange of information.

Improvement of management methods and operational procedures.

Actively consult with the Kansas legislature to enact the laws necessary to enforce the law.

Promote realistic standards for officer training and selection procedures.

To achieve compliance with high standards of professional activity and behavior of all law enforcement officers.

Publicly acknowledge the merited actions of law enforcement officers across the state. 

Email: kacp@ksacp.net
Phone: (316) 733-7300
Fax: (316) 733-7301
Address: P.O. Box 780603, Wichita, KS, 67278