In December, IACP President Richard Beary announced the creation of a new initiative, Protect and Serve. We are excited to announce that the Protect and Serve webpage has launched and is available at http://www.theiacp.org/protectandserve. Through this initiative, the IACP is … Continue reading →
The IACP is pleased to announce their project, Community Policing: The Next Generation, funded by a grant from the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, U.S. Department of Justice. This project will focus on the important relationship between communities and … Continue reading →
Today, January 9th, 2015, we join several other law enforcement organizations and citizens in showing support for law enforcement officers through National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day (L.E.A.D.). In light of the recent negativity directed towards the law enforcement community, we need … Continue reading →
Calls to conduct cyber attacks against law enforcement agencies and individual officers have reemerged, according to the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). These attacks can include scanning agency networks for vulnerabilities, sending emails containing malicious attachments and links, and gathering … Continue reading →
As the use of social media continues to proliferate and become a larger part of our lives, it is important for law enforcement officers to consider how using these platforms and the personal information they might divulge can potentially impact … Continue reading →
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 →
Are you getting the MOST out of your IACP membership? For many, IACP membership means an awesome annual conference and a fantastic monthly magazine. We are immensely proud of these great benefits, but the IACP has much more to offer.
Colonel Tim Alben of the Massachusetts State Police, Colonel Mike Edmonson of the Louisiana State Police, Colonel Tracy Trott from the Tennessee Highway Patrol, and IACP Executive Director Bart Johnson will take part in this interactive electronic discussion hosted by … Continue reading →
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Over the last 48 hours IACP members and IACP 2013 attendees have had the chance to select the app icon for the Annual Conference and Expo in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 19 -23. The results were close, but the below icon … Continue reading →
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Sept. 24, 2012—From San Diego straight to your computer or mobile device, the latest updates from the largest law enforcement conference in the world will soon be available at your fingertips. The International Association of Chiefs of Police … Continue reading →