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The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) is pleased to have the support of the White House for the creation of the National Center for Community-Police Relations (NCCPR). The NCCPR was highlighted by the Administration in the proposals released yesterday in conjunction with the President’s remarks on community-police relations.

Throughout its history, the IACP has been a leader in promoting the value of strong relationships between law enforcement officers and the communities they serve.  The establishment of the NCCPR represents a continuation of the IACP’s long standing commitment to this issue.


IACP's Partnership with the Office on Violence Against Women

In collaboration with the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) of the US Department of Justice, the IACP has developed the National Law Leadership Institute On Violence Against Women. This initiative reflects the continued partnership and shared commitment of IACP and OVW in their efforts to bring crimes of violence against women to the forefront of policing. Over the past several years, the IACP and OVW have collaborated to provide direction and support on numerous violence against women topics to several thousand federal, state, local, Tribal, and campus police agencies through a comprehensive technical assistance delivery system. The National Law Enforcement Leadership Institute on Violence Against Women is a “next step” in this effort, one that focuses attention and resources on developing the capacity and commitment of law enforcement to address crimes of violence against women.  Denver PDF




Investigates and studies all conditions and situations that induce and encourage crime, develop antisocial attitudes, foster civil disturbances, and contribute to juvenile delinquency generally; consider, evaluate, and determines to what extent crime prevention may be accomplished by action of the community as a whole and by the police particularly; develops techniques and methods for the interchange of information and ideas relating to crime prevention between police agencies; and, reports to this Association for dissemination to all police agencies all pertinent information and recommendations relating to practical crime prevention programs and legislation that will assist them in establishing effective programs within their jurisdictions. Click here to download.   Email  everhart@theiacp.org








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