Category Archives: Membership

Join us at the 2017 Division Midyear Conference

The 2017 Division Midyear Conference is scheduled from April 10-12, 2017 in Litchfield Park, Arizona, located just outside of Phoenix, at the Wigwam Arizona hotel. This meeting welcomes members of the three Divisions – State & Provincial Police (S&P), State … Continue reading

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Join Us at the 2017 IACP Public Information Officer Midyear Conference

If you’re looking at your training budget for the year trying to decide the best path for professional growth, the IACP Public Information Officer (PIO) Midyear Conference co-hosted by the Aurora, Colorado, Police Department is a conference you don’t want … Continue reading

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My Experience Being an IACP Member

IACP President Donald W. De Lucca, Chief of Police of the Doral (FL) Police Department This past January I reached an IACP milestone; I became a lifetime member of the association after 20 years of service. I am honored to … Continue reading

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IACP Annual Conference and Exposition: A Family Affair

January is IACP Membership Month and to celebrate we will be highlighting some of our members and membership opportunities. The following post features two IACP members and their experience at the most recent IACP Annual Conference and Exposition. The IACP … Continue reading

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New Year’s Resolutions with the IACP

The IACP would like to wish its members and all those in law enforcement a safe and happy New Year. With the new year comes resolutions, and this year, we’d like you to consider making IACP a part of your … Continue reading

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New Publication Features Community Policing in Indian Country

November is National Native American Heritage Month, a time set aside for recognition of the significant contributions the first Americans made to the establishment and growth of the United States. This November, IACP and the COPS Office are pleased to … Continue reading

Posted in Community-Police Relations, Indigenous Populations, Sections

Gathering Perspectives: Police Leaders Share Their Experiences

Vincent Talucci, Executive Director/CEO, IACP As I am inflight back home to Washington DC, I am reflecting on the last week. IACP President Terrence Cunningham, 1st Vice President Donald De Lucca, and IACP staff set out to hear directly from … Continue reading

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2016 National Police Week: We’re Getting Too Good At These

Guest Blogger: Colonel Steve Flaherty, Virginia State Police We’re getting too good at these. That was my response on the evening of March 31, 2016, to reporters asking how difficult it was as a law enforcement leader to accept the loss … Continue reading

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Advisory: The Growing Use and Misuse of Exploding Target Products

In this blog, the International Association of Chiefs of Police Arson and Explosives Committee provides information regarding the growing use and misuse of exploding target (ET) products and promoting personnel safety. Exploding Targets are a pre-packaged combination of non-explosive chemicals … Continue reading

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Accessing Chemical Facility Information

In this blog, the International Association of Chiefs of Police Arson and Explosives Committee identifies how law enforcement and first responders can access information regarding chemical facilities within their jurisdictions from the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism … Continue reading

Posted in Committees, Information Sharing, National Security