This committee is composed of representative members from all facets of the private security sector and the law enforcement community. The role of the committee is to strive to improve the relationship between the private sector and public sector by the discussion and dissemination of meaningful data on a continuing basis.
Public Private Partnerships: What Every Chief Needs to Know
The Private Sector Liaison Committee recently completed a brochure highlighting the importance of establishing relationships between law enforcement and the private sector to address public safety concerns and crime in their community. The brochure includes suggestions for creating public-private relationships in your community and examples of how other communities across the country have used these relationships to start effective programs which address public safety and crime. The Public Private Partnerships brochure will be made available on the IACP website as a PDF file for download and printing.
National Policy Summit: Building Private Security/Public Policing Partnerships to Prevent and Respond to Terrorism and Public Disorder
IACP/ASIS Memorandum of Understanding
Primer on the Replacement of Law Enforcement Services by Private Security
Private Security Officer Selection, Training, and Licensing Guidelines
The Michael Shanahan Award for Excellence in Public/Private Cooperation
This award, in honor of the late Chief Michael Shanahan, who served the University of Washington Police Department for 24 years, seeks to recognize outstanding achievements in the development and implementation of Public/Private Cooperation in the Public Safety. The Security Industry Association (SIA) is the sole corporate sponsor of the award, and the award is administered under the purview of the Private Sector Liaison Committee. Click here to be brought to the Michael Shanahan Award page.
For more information, contact the IACP Committees Team.