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Alzheimer's Training and 
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In this issue
- Alzheimer's Training for Law Enforcement
- IACP Technology Conference Call for Papers
- Improving Agency Response to Vicarious Trauma: Free Training
- Not All Rugged is Created Equal
- 2015 NIBRS Crime Data Released
- Policing People with Disabilities: The Intersection of Race, Disability, and Policing
- Who's Hiring
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Upcoming Events

Spring Course, Leadership in Police Organizations, Pembroke, FL 

Jan. 16-20, LPO Partners, Clearwater Beach, FL 

Jan. 18-19, Enhancing Response to Campus Gender-Based Violence, Sparkill, NY 

Jan. 22-27, Women's Leadership Institute, Jupiter, FL

Jan. 24, Alzheimer's Training, Westmont, IL 

Feb. 7-8, Alzheimer's Training, Myrtle Beach, SC 

Mar. 3, Alzheimer's Training, Oxford, MS 

Mar. 12-17, Women's Leadership Institute, Henderson, NV 

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December 20, 2016
Alzheimer's Training for Law Enforcement 
Every 67 seconds someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. It is estimated that 60-70 percent of those diagnosed live in the community. How can your department prepare? Learn how by attending one of IACP’s no-cost Train-the-Trainer courses (Myrtle Beach, SC) or Direct Training courses (Westmont, IL, and Oxford, MS). 
Register now.
IACP Technology Conference Call for Papers
The last day to submit workshop proposals for the 2017 IACP Technology Conference is December 30. This is the time to share your expertise on implementing and managing police technology. The conference will take place May 22-24, in St. Louis, MO. 
Submit a proposal now. 
Improving Agency Response to Vicarious Trauma: Free Training 
The Institute on Urban Health Research and Practice at Northeastern University, MA, in collaboration with IACP, has been leading the effort to create a first-of-its-kind online resource, the Vicarious Trauma Toolkit (VTT), for victim assistance, EMS, fire, and law enforcement organizations to address vicarious trauma. The toolkit is expected to launch in spring 2017. The VTT Project Team can also provide free training and technical assistance to your agency or organization.
Learn more.
Not All Rugged is Created Equal: Everything You Need to Know About Rugged Tablet and Laptop Claims
Sponsored by Panasonic
In today’s mobile computing market, it can be difficult to understand what the term “rugged” really means. Questions about ruggedization can have real consequences for end users.
Read the whitepaper. 
2015 NIBRS Crime Data Released
The FBI released details on more than 5.6 million criminal offenses reported by law enforcement to the National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) in 2015. This latest report offers a wide range of information about victims, known offenders, and relationships between the two for 23 categories comprised of 49 offenses.
Learn more.
Policing People with Disabilities: The Intersection of Race, Disability, and Policing
Join the National Center on Criminal Justice and Disability for a webinar on January 19, as they delve into the topic of policing people with disabilities, with a focus on people of color and women with disabilities. This webinar will be the first in their 2017 Policing People with Disabilities Series.
Register now.
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