CAPCOG's Criminal Justice Advisory Committee has reviewed and prioritized more than 40 applications totaling $2,655,000 for criminal justice programs, juvenile services programs and victim services programs throughout the region.
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Are you in? Don’t miss out on CAPCOG’s final call for GeoMap 2015 projects.
As the annual National Telecommunicator Week gets underway April 13 to 19, CAPCOG salutes public safety communications professionals!
More than 10,000 people across Central Texas have signed up with the Capital Area Council of Governments’ newly updated Regional Notification System – and friends, neighbors and relatives are encouraged to join in today.
In rural Texas, solid waste services aren’t mandated by the state legislature. They also can be expensive and might not include recycling opportunities. Fayette County, however, shows how it can be done.
Emergency communications in Blanco, Burnet and Llano have entered a new era, with the first phase of the CAPCOG Western Counties Radio Interoperable Communications System now serving law enforcement, fire and emergency medical services personnel in selected areas.
In this two-day CAPCOG course for law enforcement officers, learn how to identify and interact with victims and offenders who have mental health challenges or are under the influence of legal or illegal substances.
Hear about issues affecting older adults in the 10-county capital area during this quarterly meeting at CAPCOG Area Agency on Aging's Austin office.
The Capital Area Council of Governments' Executive Committee, which convenes the second Wednesday of each month, will meet to review or approve selected agency business.
Register by May 12 to hear candid tips and case studies from industry experts on recovering organic materials, setting up recycling programs and more in this CAPCOG training for solid waste planners, elected officials, industry contractors and community members.
Discover local resources, learn new skills and connect with other caregivers and aging experts at this free conference for family caregivers presented by CAPCOG's Area Agency on Aging, Austin Senior Resource Alliance and Cummings Realty Associates.
Get two days of training in this course required for the Intermediate Level Peace Officer certificate.