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Become a Member

The BC Association of Chiefs of Police (BCACP) is made up of all RCMP detachments and Municipal departments in British Columbia, along with key stakeholders who have a tie to policing. Our members meet three times annually to discuss key issues, solutions and strategies to make effective and positive changes. To become a member, you must submit an application to the BC Association of Chiefs of Police executive, which is then reviewed through a two-step member process.d detection of crime, and effectively communicating problems and concerns to appropriate levels of authority.

Decades of leadership.

The British Columbia Association of Chiefs of Police (BCACP) is an association representing the senior police leadership of both the RCMP and Municipal police within British Columbia. There are also associate members from various law enforcement and other agencies.

The purpose of the BCACP is to encourage and develop co-operation amongst all its members in the pursuit and attainment of their goals, promoting a high standard of ethics, integrity, honour, and conduct, fostering uniformity of police practices, encouraging the development and implementation of efficient and effective practices in the prevention and detection of crime, and effectively communicating problems and concerns to appropriate levels of authority.

Making a Difference

The BC Association of Chiefs of Police (BCACP) has over twenty Standing and Special Purpose Committees that focus on specific mandates and key issues. You can find out what each committee is committed to pursuing here.

Refining the Standard

The BC Association of Chiefs of Police meets three times a year to discuss common policing issues and maintain our strong relationships with one another.

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