An Evidence-based Approach to Understanding and Addressing Vicarious Trauma in Law Enforcement Officers, Firefighters, and Victim Assistance and Emergency Medical Services Providers Northeastern University (Boston, MA), in collaboration with IACP and other partners, is seeking pilot sites to participate in … Continue reading
For this week’s IACP 2014 Education blog series, we focus on the Technology and Information Sharing Track. Look for this icon on our website and in our program to signify workshops from this track. Continue reading
Guest bloggers Charlie Beck, Michael Downing, and Ruben Lopez of the LAPD discuss the purpose of SWAT teams in the context of the current discourse surrounding the transfer of military surplus equipment to municipal law enforcement agencies.
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When a young person gets in trouble with the law, police are generally their first point of contact with the juvenile justice system. Very often law enforcement officials are also the first to encounter at-risk youth and their families – … Continue reading
This year we’re doing something NEW at IACP 2013… We’re having a conference within a conference! On Saturday, October 19, the first day of IACP 2013, the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) is offering six sessions back-to-back on crucial topics … Continue reading
Oklahoma, you’re doing fine! The 19th Annual Training Conference on Drugs, Alcohol and Impaired Driving, co-hosted by the Oklahoma Drug Evaluation and Classification Program (DECP) and Highway Safety Office in Oklahoma City, August 5-7, 2013, was a huge success, judging … Continue reading
Recently, the IACP—in conjunction with Grant-Thornton, LLP—launched the Law Enforcement Leaders survey designed to highlight issues of great importance to the law enforcement community and help the IACP better serve its members. The response to the survey has been excellent … Continue reading
The goal is to eliminate all traffic fatalities across the entire 2,900 mile stretch of Interstate 80, from July 24-31, 2013. IACP Division of State and Provincial (S&P) member agencies from the 11 states that patrol Interstate 80 kicked off … Continue reading
The Alzheimer’s Initiatives Program has announced the release of a new training video: Responding to People with Alzheimer’s Disease: Best Practices for Law Enforcement. Four departments, from across the country, volunteered their officers and resources for the production of the … Continue reading
The number of officers committing suicide last year was twice as high as either officers killed by felonious assault or killed in traffic accidents. Many agencies lack the resources to prevent officer suicide from occurring and are unprepared to respond … Continue reading