What We DO

The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) is a professional association for law enforcement worldwide, representing more than 27,000 members in more than 130 countries. The IACP provides members with the opportunities to connect, participate, learn, advocate, and succeed.

IACP membership is open to all law enforcement and those affiliated with the law enforcement profession. Learn more about the benefits of membership and join today to get more involved.


Connect

Connect. The heart of IACP membership is the ability to connect with law enforcement leaders from around the world and gain access to the valuable resources you need to succeed.

Participate

Participate. IACP provides a gateway to opportunities to grow your network and put you on the path to success. There are a number of ways to get involved in the work of the association including IACP events, working groups, and projects and programs.

Learn

Learn. IACP regularly provides education and training opportunities for law enforcement professional around the world, working continuously to address emerging issues.

Advocate

Advocate. By serving as the professional voice of law enforcement, IACP works to ensure that communities, legislators, and other stakeholders understand issues related to law enforcement and public safety.

Succeed

Succeed. Reports, checklist, toolkits, and other resources produced by the IACP are available to help you respond to ever-changing environments in the field and within your agency.