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Putting Housing First: A Collaborative Approach to Community Safety

This blog post is part of a series highlighting best practices in community policing by police departments nationwide as part of IACP’s Community Policing: The Next Generation project. The project showcases modern, innovative, and cost-effective solutions to crime problems and … Continue reading

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Enhancing Law Enforcement Response to Violence Against Women

The IACP National Law Enforcement Leadership Initiative on Violence Against Women, supported by the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women, is pleased to announce the Enhancing Law Enforcement Response to Violence Against Women training event. This free event … Continue reading

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The 2015 IACP Programs and Research Track

The IACP Programs and Research Track is an integral part of the educational program for the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference and Exposition. This track focuses on helping participants utilize IACP resources to deal with pressing law … Continue reading

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Webinar: Confessions of a former crime analyst.

This blog post is sponsored by IBM. Join IBM Technical Sales Specialist (and former crime analyst) Erica Reuter on Thursday, September 17, for a special webinar, where she will tell you about the latest predictive analytics technology—and what it can … Continue reading

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#WhyIWearTheBadge Wednesday – Back to School Edition

This post is part of our ongoing, #WhyIWearTheBadge Wednesday blog series. Summer is coming to an end and kids across the country are heading back to school. As kids wait at bus stops, attend classes, and play on the playground, … Continue reading

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Statement of IACP President Richard Beary: Time to Address Violence in Our Communities

“This has been a very difficult week. Six officer lives have been lost, one executed while pumping gas. Two journalists were killed on live television. And, a simple Google news search quickly reveals that countless families around the world are … Continue reading

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2015 IACP/American Military University Civilian Law Enforcement Military Cooperation Award Winners

The IACP Civilian Law Enforcement Military Cooperation Committee (CLEMCC) is proud to announce the winners for this year’s 2015 IACP/American Military University (AMU) CLEMCC award which recognizes excellence in law enforcement cooperation between civilian and law enforcement bodies in developing innovative joint … Continue reading

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IACP 2015 Public Information Officers Track – An Attendee Perspective

Guest blogger: Lieutenant Zach Perron, Palo Alto, California, Police Department Are you coming to Chicago this fall for the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Conference and Exposition (IACP 2015)? If you’re a police chief, a public information officer, … Continue reading

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#WhyIWearTheBadge Wednesday – #WhyIWearTheBadge at #IACP2015

This post is part of our ongoing, #WhyIWearTheBadge Wednesday blog series. Since the #WhyIWearTheBadge campaign was launched in May 2015, agencies around the world have taken to social media and have shared thousands of #WhyIWearTheBadge stories, images, and videos. Here … Continue reading

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Community Policing in Service in Saint Louis Park

This blog post is part of a series highlighting best practices in community policing by police departments nationwide as part of IACP’s Community Policing: The Next Generation project. The project showcases modern, innovative, and cost-effective solutions to crime problems and … Continue reading

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