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April 17, 2018
DAID Registration Opens and the 2017 IACP Annual Report Release

 

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In this issue
- DAID Conference Registration Open
- IACP 2017 Annual Report
- Speed Up Your Investigations With Lightning-Fast Video Analysis
- IACP's 125th Anniversary Video
- IACP 2018 Leadership Awards
- 2018 Technology Conference
- Women’s Leadership Institute Opportunities
- Upcoming Leadership in Police Organizations Training
- IACP Patch Contest
- IACP Photography Contest
- Upcoming Webinar: The Case for Cite and Release
- The Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy at George Mason University
- Who's Hiring
 
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Upcoming Events 

Apr. 25-27, First-Line Leadership, Vail, CO

Apr. 25-27, Policy Council Midyear, Atlanta, GA

Apr. 29- May 4, Women's Leadership Institute, New York, NY

May 7-9, Public Information Officers Midyear, New York, NY

May 21-23, IACP Technology Conference, Providence, RI

Jun. 17-22, Women's Leadership Institute, St. Louis, MO 

Jul. 23-27, Leadership in Police Organizations, Plano, TX

Aug. 12-17, Women's Leadership Institute, Nashville, TN

Aug. 13-15, Conference on Drugs, Alcohol, and Impaired Driving, Nashville, TN

Sept. 16-21, Women's Leadership Institute, Ottawa, Ontario 

Oct. 6-9, IACP Annual Conference and Exposition, Orlando, FL

Oct. 21-26, Women's Leadership Conference, Chandler, AZ

 
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April 17, 2018
 
DAID Conference Registration Open
Registration is now open for the Annual IACP Training Conference on Drugs, Alcohol, and Impaired Driving (DAID), August 13-15, 2018, in Nashville, TN. The DAID Conference features a mix of plenary sessions and workshops designed to keep attendees up to date on the latest practices and science of impaired driving. This year, topics will include emerging drug trends; the expanded use of Oral Fluid Testing for DUID; issues surrounding cannabis legalization; the opioid crisis; and many more.
Register now. 
 
 
IACP 2017 Annual Report 
The IACP has released its 2017 Annual Report. The report provides an overview of how the IACP supported the law enforcement profession over the past year. 
Read the report. 
 
 
Speed Up Your Investigations With Lightning-Fast Video Analysis
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IACP's 125th Anniversary Video
To commemorate the association's 125th anniversary, the IACP is proud to present our anniversary video. The IACP would like to thank its members for their continued commitment to the organization and the profession over the last 125 years.
View now. 
 

 

 
IACP 2018 Leadership Awards
Nominations for the IACP 2018 Leadership Awards are available on the IACP Awards website. Nominate an agency or individual who has demonstrated great leadership today! All award nominations are due June 1, 2018. Any questions about awards can be sent to awards@theiacp.org.
Nominate a leader. 
 

 

 
2018 Technology Conference 
Join IACP May 21-23, 2018 in Providence, RI, for the 2018 Technology Conference. New this year are interactive Tech Talks covering topics such as proprietary video evidence, user centered design for law enforcement, and technology careers in law enforcement. This year’s conference will also feature sessions on emerging issues such as cryptocurrencies and best-practices for dark web investigations. 
Register today
 

 

 
Women’s Leadership Institute Opportunities
Prepare the leaders of tomorrow. IACP’s Women’s Leadership Institute is open for registration in Nashville, TN, Chandler, AZ, Ottawa, Canada. Sessions are filling quickly. For more information and to register, visit www.theIACP.org/WLI.
Register today.
 

 

 
Upcoming Leadership in Police Organizations Training 
The next Leadership in Police Organizations training (LPO) will begin July 23-27, 2018, in Plano, TX. LPO is a three-week program that explores leadership at different levels in an organization and delivers modern behavioral science concepts and theories uniquely tailored to the law enforcement environment.
Learn more. 
 

 

 
IACP Patch Contest 
Don’t forget to submit a design for the IACP 125th Anniversary patch contest. We are looking for a design that will showcase the IACP’s history as well as its future. The winning patch will be revealed at the 2018 IACP Annual Conference.
Submit a design
 

 

 
IACP Photography Contest 
IACP is holding a photography contest! This year’s topic is community-police engagement, and the winning photograph will be featured on the cover of the August 2018 issue of Police Chief. Photo submissions are due May 1, 2018. Photos must fit certain specifications to be considered for the grand prize.
Learn more or submit a photo.
 

 

 
Upcoming Webinar: The Case for Cite and Release

Arrest is the gateway to the criminal justice system. However, when law enforcement officers are granted discretion to determine whether to cite, arrest, or divert individuals, jurisdictions can be more effective in the way they use their jails and other justice system resources. Join Dr. Ronal Serpas for a webinar on April 26, 2018 from 2:00–3:00 pm (ET) as he presents the case for citation in lieu of arrest, shares the reasons why these policies should be implemented more broadly and frequently, and addresses concerns regarding citation policies and police discretion.

Register now.
 

 

 
The Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy at George Mason University 

The Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy at George Mason University will be hosting its annual symposium on June 21, 2018, in Arlington, VA. This year's agenda will focus on pressing issues in evidence-based crime policy, including the responding to the opioid epidemic, mental health and criminal justice, and school-based crime prevention. Registration is free but required.

Register now.
 

 

 
 
 
Who's Hiring 
Police Chief - Town of Bluffton - Bluffton, SC
Police Chief - City of Blaine, Washington - Blaine, WA
Police Officer - Town of Windsor - Windsor, CO
Project Manager II (1177) - IACP - Alexandria, VA
Chief of Police - City of Savannah, Ga. - Savannah, GA
Certified Police Officer - City of Aventura - Aventura, FL
Chief of Police - City of Newport News, VA - Newport News, VA
Project Coordinator I (1175) - IACP - Alexandria, VA
Chief of Police - Seattle Police Department - Seattle, WA
 
 
 
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