Category Archives: Global Policing

Statement of IACP President Donald W. De Lucca on Manchester Attack

As President of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), I am horrified and deeply troubled by the appalling terrorist attack that has taken place in Manchester, England. I, along with the membership of the IACP, mourn the lives … Continue reading

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The Threat of Violent Extremism and the Countering of Targeted Violence

Guest Blogger: Michael Masters, Senior Vice President, The Soufan Group and former Executive Director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, Cook County, Illinois On June 21, two individuals, both 25, were convicted of conspiring to provide support for the so-called … Continue reading

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Global Road Safety: What One Country is Doing to Make its Roads Safer

Worldwide, 3,400 people die on roads [everyday]. [1] The United Nations (U.N) has developed a Global Plan for the “Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020.” In this plan the U.N. highlights focus areas to make roads safer. Safe roads … Continue reading

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IACP Recognizes Human Rights Day

Today, December 10, marks human rights day across the globe. While many of us will be joining in on the discussion on the importance of human rights today, this is something that we, at the International Association of Chiefs of … Continue reading

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IACP South American Executive Policing Conference

Last week, the IACP held the Regional Executive Policing Conference in Florianopolis, Brazil.  The first day the conference featured a presentation on the regional drug perspective from different organizational points of view. The panel members (pictured from left to right) … Continue reading

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IACP in Latin America- Ecuador

IACP President Yost Zakhary receives a token of appreciation from Rodrigo Suarez Salgado, Director General of the Ecuadorian National Police, who hosted the VII Police Communities of the Americas annual meeting, known as AMERIPOL, August 4-6, 2014 in Quito, Ecuador.  … Continue reading

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IACP South American Conference Features Cybercrime and Cybersecurity

Bogota, Colombia – Last week the IACP held the 13th IACP South American Executive Policing Conference, hosted by the Colombian National Police. IACP was represented by President Yost Zakhary, 4th Vice President Don De Lucca; State Association of Chiefs of Police Chairman … Continue reading

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IPET & IPEP Delegates Visit Boston and Washington, DC

It is rare that international police officers have an opportunity to interact with other international officers outside of conferences and forums, but officers from Tunisia, Iraq, and Ireland had the chance to do just that in Washington, DC and Boston … Continue reading

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IACP President Zakhary and ATF Assistant Director McDermond Conduct Firearms Panel for the Association of Caribbean Association of Commissioners of Police

President Yost Zakhary, Parliamentarian James McLaughlin and IACP International Division Director Paul Santiago attended the 29th Association of Caribbean Commissioners of Police (ACCP), Conference in Trinidad & Tobago, the week of April 26th. President Zakhary and Parliamentarian McLaughlin participated in … Continue reading

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Mark Your Calendar! June 10-12 is the World Innovation Conference: The Future of Law Enforcement Information Management

IACP is co-hosting the first World Innovation Conference: The Future of Law Enforcement Information Management in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on June 10-12, 2014. This international conference is being organized in cooperation with a variety of international law enforcement partners, including … Continue reading

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