The IACP 40 Under 40 award program is designed to recognize individuals in law enforcement under the age of 40 who demonstrate leadership and commitment to the profession. The award program is a chance for law enforcement agencies to recognize the rising leaders within their agency who possess the leadership skills and dedication that is essential to lead law enforcement now and in the future.
The IACP is pleased to announce the 40 leaders selected for this year’s award. Chosen from a very competitive field of applicants by review panels composed of law enforcement executives, previous awardees, and international representatives, these individuals embody the qualities inherent in excellent law enforcement personnel and leaders.
This year’s awardees represent local, state, and national law enforcement agencies, the military, university police departments, and federal agencies. They hail from 11 countries—the United States, Canada, Colombia, the United Arab Emirates, Spain, Israel, the United Kingdom, Pakistan, Australia, Mexico, and Taiwan. They include chiefs of police, sergeants, investigators, lieutenants, and numerous other roles and ranks, serving their communities in both sworn and non-sworn positions.
The 40 Under 40 awardees’ leadership, dedication, and spirit of service both on and off duty is truly admirable.
Meet the 2018 awardees—and look for their profiles in the November 2018 Police Chief.