The International Association of Chiefs of Police has long had a reputation for providing top-notch education on the most pressing law enforcement topics. With renowned keynote speakers, forums and technical workshops, and the largest exhibit hall of products and services for the law enforcement community, this must attend event should be on your calendar.
- 122nd Chicago, IL October 24 - 27, 2015
- 123rd San Diego, CA October 15 - 18, 2016
- 124th Philadelphia, PA October 21 - 24, 2017
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IACP Training The Center for Police Leadership and Training is committed to providing police officers, police supervisors, and chief executives with the best law enforcement training available. We help you empower your team to enhance quality of work, find solutions, make decisions, and ultimately save lives. Participants in our training programs will be provided with the skills and knowledge necessary to effectively administer their agencies while reflecting the IACP’s core values of integrity, ethics, and professionalism. The Center provides training programs in the following categories:
- Leadership in Police Organizations℠
- Management and Supervision Administration
- Tactical Operations
For more information on our available classes, visit our IACP Training Resource or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The LEIM Section of IACP has hosted the annual Law Enforcement Information Management (LEIM) Conference since April 1977. Now in its 39th year, LEIM conferences provide training, professional development, and a national forum for law enforcement executives, operational managers, and technology and research staff to share best practices and lessons learned on a broad array of new and emerging technologies. Registration for the 39th Annual LEIM Training Conference & Technology Exposition will open shortly
- 39th LEIM Conference—San Diego, CA, May 18-20, 2015
- 40th LEIM Conference—Dallas, TX, May 24-26, 2016
Since 1994 the IACP has held an annual summit on critical issues facing law enforcement and the communities it serves. Each summit has brought together a group of dedicated individuals to address the selected topic. Participants represent a cross-section of the community, families, teachers, students, program directors, police leaders, doctors, volunteers, and other community leaders. The summits have created a legacy of focused policy investigation and well thought out recommendations. Learn More »
International conferences have addressed topics such as terrorism, multi-national policing efforts, the application of community-oriented policing and technological advances in both crime and crime fighting. They also provide the international policing community an ideal forum for networking, exchanging ideas, capitalizing on lessons learned, and furthering professional growth. Learn More »