MIAMI DADE COUNTY ASSOCIATION
OF CHIEFS OF POLICE
The Association was originally organized in 1937 to promote the administration and professionalism
of law enforcement that would enhance public security by providing superior police protection for the residents of Dade County and its many visitors.
Today, with the same ultimate goal, its role has expanded to provide better communication, education, and training for the counties’ various police agencies.
MDCACP facilitates the dissemination of information, provides continuing police training, and promotes a better understanding of the police profession in general.
Membership in the Miami Dade County Association Chiefs of Police supports and maintains the highest standards of public safety and police protection for the millions of people who live, work and play in Miami Dade County.
William "Skip" Washa
LEO Awards Gala
March 18, 2017
Each month Miami-Dade County Law Enforcement and Corrections Executive Command Staff members meet to discuss critical public safety matters with the goal of facilitating the positive furtherance of public safety in Miami-Dade County.
* Gen Membership Dinner
lndian Creek Country Club
February 23, 2017 | 7:00 pm
* Executive Committee Luncheon
Miami Shores Country Club
March 1 , 2017 | 12:00 noon
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE / BUSINESS MEETING LUNCHEON
Each month, the Awards Committee selects deserving Miami-Dade County law enforcement officers for the prestigious Officer of the Month designation based on meritorious performance.
The Miami-Dade Police Chiefs Association announces the recipients of the Officer of the Month during each Monthly Dinner Meeting.
Captain M. De La Rosa 655 96th Street
Bal Harbour, Fl 33154
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BREAST CANCER AWARENESS CAMPAIGN
Breast Cancer Awareness is essential for all members of our community. While most people are aware of breast cancer, many forget to take the steps to have a plan to detect the disease in its early stages and encourage others to do the same.
The Miami-Dade Police Chiefs Association reminds you take care of your loved ones and help to end this ailment!