Register now for the 2016 IACP Annual Conference and Exposition in San Diego, California, October 15-18. Save more than 20% when you register by August 31.
IACP 2016 delivers a world-class educational experience by bringing together global subject matter experts and attendees striving to be better leaders, innovators, and educators within their communities. We aim to provide the best education opportunities possible, providing attendees with a platform to share best practices and lessons learned from across the world. Check out what’s new this year in education.
Educational Program Overview
This year, we’re offering 215+ educational sessions in 12 targeted tracks. Check the 2016 Education Program for a detailed list of all sessions at the conference. Some of this year’s topics include:
- Community-Police Relations
- Going Dark – Challenges of Gathering Electronic Evidence
- Critical Incident Management Training
- Investigation of Use of Force Issues
- Crisis Intervention Training
- Body Cameras and Law Enforcement Technology
- Combatting Violent Extremism/Terrorism
- Officer Health and Wellness
- Police Recruitment
Global Perspective Series
A Shared Plague: The Impact of Narcotics Around the World. This session will examine the impact narcotics production, trafficking, and use have in nations and communities around the world with focus on the opioid abuse crisis and overdose epidemic.
Use of Force Revisited: Approaches from around the Globe. The session will examine various approaches to use of force by law enforcement agencies around the world, including how agencies can educate communities on how and why officers use force; de-escalation strategies; and solutions and safeguards to minimize use of force incidents.
The Unexpected Challenge: Law Enforcement & Mental Health. In this panel discussion, the impact metal illness has on daily operations of law enforcement agencies will be examined as well as training, Crisis Intervention Teams, and how to partner with mental health professionals.
Other New Features
More Content. IACP has adjusted the educational sessions schedule to conform with adult learning best practices. Educational sessions will now be shorter to provide space for more topics to be covered over the course of the conference.
Quick Hits. In addition to shorter session times, IACP 2016 will also feature Quick Hits. These 20-minute sessions will provide quick, concise information, giving attendees yet another way to grab some education throughout the day.
Watch Sessions Later. With more sessions than ever available to conference attendees, IACP has identified some key workshops that will be recorded and made available online so that you receive even more out of your conference registration.
Don’t forget to register today to receive the advance registration rate. See you in San Diego!