This blog post sponsored by IBM. What happens when cops stop driving around? Crime goes down. It was just a few years ago—June 2011 to be exact—that Toledo saw a 226 percent jump in shootings over that same month in … Continue reading
This blog post is sponsored by IBM. It was just a few years ago—June 2011 to be exact—that Toledo saw a 226 percent jump in shootings over that same month in 2009. And by the end of 2011, the city … Continue reading
Police departments throughout the U.S. have been trying for years to find ways to cut the number of accidents and fatalities occurring on the country’s highways. But one solution—based on data analytics—has begun to generate a lot of attention (and … 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
Tired of just hearing about new technology instead of actually experiencing and using it? Well, at IACP 2013 from October 19 until 23, the Learning Lab Track gives you the opportunity to familiarize yourself with hands-on training.
This gallery contains 1 photo.
If you think that these days there are apps for everything, you’re right. The IACP conference team is proud to launch the mobile app for IACP 2013. Compatible with smartphones and tablets, the IACP 2013 app is a great resource … Continue reading
Last week, the IACP’s National Law Enforcement Leadership Initiative on Violence Against Women team was in San Jose, CA at the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) Safety Net’s 1st Annual Technology Summit. The Summit was attended by victim … Continue reading
Like all other IACP events, education and training is the number one priority for IACP 2013. In other words, education just doesn’t stop. From October 20th to 22nd, IACP 2013’s Exhibit Hall will be open for our annual exhibition show … Continue reading