Category Archives: Crime and Violence

Violence Against the Police – the Mid-Rank Officers’ Perspective

Earlier this year, as part of IACP President De Lucca’s Task Force to Address Global Violence Against Law Enforcement, IACP hosted a focus group with mid-rank officers from agencies around the Washington DC metropolitan area to get their perspectives on … Continue reading

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Necessity of Criminal Justice System Partnerships to Address Violent Offenders and Enhance Officer Safety

This blog post is one in a series related to IACP President De Lucca’s Task Force to Address Global Violence Against the Police. The necessity of leveraging interagency resources and increasing partnerships to effectively address the most violent offenders is … Continue reading

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Violence Against the Police – the Line Officers’ Perspective

In February 2017, as part of IACP President De Lucca’s Task Force to Address Global Violence Against Law Enforcement, IACP hosted a focus group with line officers to get their perspectives. The group consisted of 21 officers and first-line supervisors, … Continue reading

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New Roll Call Videos on Eyewitness Identification

IACP has released a new, five-video series on eyewitness identification to provide training for officers during roll call. The techniques featured in the videos are based on the IACP model policy, as well as the recommendations of the National Academy … Continue reading

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