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IACP South American Executive Policing Conference

Last week, the IACP held the Regional Executive Policing Conference in Florianopolis, Brazil.  The first day the conference featured a presentation on the regional drug perspective from different organizational points of view. The panel members (pictured from left to right) … Continue reading

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Conference Spotlight: IACP Programs and Research Track

How well do you know IACP’s numerous programs and research initiatives? Well, in this week’s IACP 2014 Education blog series, we’re highlighting the workshops in this year’s IACP Programs and Research Track. Look for this icon on the website and … Continue reading

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IACP 2014? Yes, There Is an App for That!

Wondering how to get the most up-to-date information on workshops, exhibitors, and attractions at IACP 2014? Well, coming off of the rousing successes of the past three IACP annual conference apps is the IACP 2014 app! With all of the … Continue reading

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Conference Spotlight: International Managers of Police Academies and College Trainers (IMPACT) Track

Next up on our IACP 2014 Education blog series… the International Managers of Police Academies and College Trainers (IMPACT) Track! Look for this icon to indicate workshops from this track. This track spans law enforcement training around the world, encouraging … Continue reading

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IACP Talks Partnership with Pretrial Services

At the 2014 National Association of Pretrial Services Agencies (NAPSA) Annual Conference held September 7-10 in Denver, CO, the IACP partnered with the National Association of Counties on the opening plenary panel discussion, “Partners in Pretrial Reform: How to Effectively … Continue reading

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IACP Names New Deputy Executive Director

The IACP is pleased to announce the appointment of Commissioner Gwen Boniface (retired) as its deputy executive director. Continue reading

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Webinar to explore using data to help predict and prevent traffic accidents and fatalities

Police departments throughout the U.S. have been trying for years to find ways to cut the number of accidents and fatalities occurring on the country’s highways. But one solution—based on data analytics—has begun to generate a lot of attention (and … Continue reading

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Conference Spotlight: Police Physicians Section Track

Featured in this week’s IACP 2014 Education blog series is the Police Physicians Section Track, which focuses on increasing communication between police executives and medical practitioners… all with the goal of bettering the health and wellness of each member of … Continue reading

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Call for Pilot Sites: National Vicarious Trauma Toolkit

An Evidence-based Approach to Understanding and Addressing Vicarious Trauma in Law Enforcement Officers, Firefighters, and Victim Assistance and Emergency Medical Services Providers  Northeastern University (Boston, MA), in collaboration with IACP and other partners, is seeking pilot sites to participate in … Continue reading

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Conference Spotlight: A Snapshot of Orlando

There is a reason Orlando, Florida, is nicknamed “The City Beautiful” – because it is indeed beautiful! We are thrilled to be having IACP 2014 at the Orange County Convention Center – West Building October 25-28. Orlando combines business-friendly amenities … Continue reading

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