IACP and SEPCA Sign Memorandum of Understanding, Broaden Partnerships

The joint meeting of the IACP and the Southeast Europe Police Chiefs Association (SEPCA) continues today in Budva, Montenegro.

This morning, IACP President Walter McNeil signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with SEPCA President Božidar Vuksanović.

IACP President Walter McNeil and SEPCA President Božidar Vuksanović shake hands after signing the Memorandum of Understanding.

IACP President Walter McNeil and SEPCA President Božidar Vuksanović shake hands after signing the Memorandum of Understanding.

Each committed to collaborating on programs, training, and conferences and to enhance the partnership of the two organizations, strengthen cooperation, and exchange ideas and expertise.

This is the first step in strengthening the IACP’s partnerships with the countries that compose southeast Europe. Said President McNeil, “We [the IACP] look forward to a strong working relationship with you in years to come.”

The IACP remains committed to broadening its international partnerships. The expansion of IACP’s international program and membership are critically important because the exchange of ideas, investigative techniques, and specific criminally related information among agencies from different nations is the only way that anticrime and antiterrorism efforts will succeed.

Please see yesterday’s post about the SEPCA conference for more information.

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