Work in San Diego? Yes, Please!

The annual IACP conference is a working conference. Between first-class education workshops, myriad networking opportunities, and an exhibit hall filled with companies on the cutting edge of policing products and services, it is clear that law enforcement professionals come to the conference for professional development.

But would anyone really object if we had the conference in, say, a sought-after location with abundant sunshine, a sparkling ocean, and world-class tourist attractions?

We didn’t think so.

San Diego, California, has always been a popular spot for the annual IACP conference. As we prepare for IACP 2012, September 29-October 3, in San Diego, it’s important to note that there’s plenty for you to do during nonworking hours at the conference.

For example,

We are already counting down to the conference! See you in a short 240 days.

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4 Responses to Work in San Diego? Yes, Please!

  1. Amelia Barile Simon says:

    I work for the County of San Diego Health and Human Services and partner with SDPD’s amazing community-policing and juvenile service team’s efforts such as Youth Voice, San Diego Asian Youth Org, East African Youth Org, Cadet Training Program, etc. etc. Many of these high-risk youth have presented to our local gang commission and at state conferences through powerful presentation, poetry, drama, etc. Is there an opportunity to bring some of our youth to the IACP 2012 conference – do you have a workshop submission protocol? Many thanks,

  2. ubangari u. shehu says:

    i will like to attend this coming conference, it is my first time. how much will it cost?

    • IACP Blog says:

      Hello, great question! Registration and housing for IACP 2012 opens on May 9. Full Conference Registration for IACP members to attend the conference is $275; this includes access to all the workshops, meetings, Opening Ceremony, General Assemblies, Exhibit Hall, IACP’s Host Chief Night, and conference shuttle bus service. Travel arrangements will be made individually and vary depending on the destination you are traveling from. The San Diego International Airport has hundreds of flights in and out of the city daily, including flights on several low-cost airlines. There are 25 conference hotels available for attendees with rates starting as low as $149 a night.

      Visit our San Diego-specific website: to view more information about San Diego and costs.

      Thank you!

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