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Upcoming CIT Training:
Sheridan Police Department

Sheridan Police Department will be hosting a Crisis Intervention Team training May 8-12, 2023. The training will take place on the campus of Sheridan College.

If interested, please contact the Sheridan Community Prevention Specialist, Ann Perkins, at

Other Training:

Cody Police Department

Cody Police Department will host two sessions of the National De-escalation Training Center De-escalation: Principles & Practice course. This premier training is endorsed by the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services and certified by IADLEST. There is no cost for the training as it is grant funded.  Also, it is for anyone and not a train-the-trainer.  A block of rooms has been reserved at the Best Western Ivy Inn and Suites, in Cody.  A law enforcement discount has also been applied.


First Session: May 30 - 31, 2023                                                              See training flyer for more information!

Second Session: June 1 - 2, 2023

Both sessions will be scheduled to be from 8:00am to 5:00pm

Please contact Aimee Childress at or by phone at 307.527.8723 with questions.


2023 Leadership Conference

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Membership Dues

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WASCOP represents its members at the federal, state, and local level through members serving on boards, commissions, and coalitions, representation at the Wyoming State Legislature, and charitable activities across the state on behalf of our members.

Objectives and Purpose //

To identify, evaluate and address common challenges faced by public law enforcement agencies located within the geographic boundaries of the State of Wyoming and to secure
cooperative action in advancing the common purpose of the members of the association.

Meetings //

The Association holds membership meetings three times a year. The first meeting of the year is in conjunction with the Wyoming Legislation in Cheyenne. The second meeting is in conjunction with the WASCOP Leadership Conference each April, and the third is in conjunction with the Wyoming Association of County Commissioners in September. Other meetings of the executive board and committees are held throughout the year.

Strategic Intentions //

The WASCOP Board of Directors and members help the association in conducting work throughout the State of Wyoming to fulfill the mission of the organization.  The committees are:


  • Legislative

  • Training and Education

  • Law Enforcement Issues

  • Current Issues

  • Traffic Safety

  • Finance

  • Member Services

Legislative Activity //

WASCOP is responsive to the needs and requests of the Wyoming State Legislature for information on public safety issues. WASCOP’s primary activity is to provide information to individual legislators and committees as they consider legislation. WASCOP monitors committee activity, proposed legislation, and provide testimony for clarification of issues as our Legislature considers laws and policies that affect public safety and law enforcement statewide.

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