2016 IACP/AMU Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Award

The IACP’s Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Committee (CLEMCC) is now accepting applications for the 2016 IACP/American Military University (AMU) CLEMCC award which recognizes excellence in law enforcement cooperation between civilian and military law enforcement bodies in developing innovative joint efforts promoting public safety for both military and civilian communities.

The IACP Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Committee acts as a liaison body between civilian and military law enforcement. The mission of the committee is to foster a closer relationship between the civilian and military law enforcement disciplines so that each can take mutual advantage of the other’s skills, knowledge, training, research and development, and equipment for the benefit of all those being served.

For information on how to apply for this award, please visit the CLEMCC page.

Instructions can be found in a downloadable document. All applications must be received by the IACP no later than midnight on Monday, June 6, 2016.

Narrative application submissions will be a judged by a subcommittee of civilian and military law enforcement personnel. Winners will be provided airfare for one person and a one-hotel night stay to the 123rd Annual IACP Conference and Exposition in San Diego on Sunday, October 16, 2016, where a formal awards ceremony will take place at the Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Committee Annual Meeting.

Completed award applications should be submitted to Jose Mariscal at mariscal@theiacp.org. Mr. Mariscal can also be reached at 1-800-836-6767, ext. 838, if you have any questions about the applications process or require any further assistance.

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