Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Committee (CLEMCC)

The IACP Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Committee (CLEMCC) acts as a liaison body between military law enforcement and civilian law enforcement. The goal of the committee is to foster a closer relationship between the civilian and military law enforcement disciplines so that each can take mutual advantage of the other's skills, knowledge, training, research and development, and equipment in the law enforcement field for the benefit of those being served.

For more information on the committee and its mission, please contact IACP staff liaison Melissa Bretz at bretzm@theiacp.org (800) 843-4227 or (703) 647-7323

 

IACP/American Military University Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Award

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This award recognizes excellence in law enforcement cooperation between civilian and military law enforcement agencies in developing innovative joint efforts that lead to improvement in public safety for both military and civilian communities. Narrative submissions will be judged by a subcommittee of civilian and military members of the Civilian Law Enforcement - Military Cooperation Committee (CLEMCC). 

For more information on American Military University and learning how they are "Dedicated to Educating Those Who Serve",     click here.

Winners of the IACP/American Military University Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Award will be honored at the CLEMCC Luncheon during the IACP's 123rd Annual Conference in San Diego, California. Please see the Award Application Guide below for more information. 



Applications for the 2016 award are now being accepted until June 17, 2016.  

2016 Award Application Guide (PDF)

Please submit applications to:
Melissa Bretz at bretzm@theiacp.org


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