By serving as the professional voice of law enforcement, IACP works to ensure that community stakeholders, legislators, and other groups understand issues related to law enforcement and public safety and that members and others in the field are able to learn from global best practices.


The submission deadline for 2020 resolutions is August 18, 2020. Submissions should be sent to

Resolutions are the cornerstone of IACP’s policy development. Through this process the association membership addresses critical issues facing law enforcement. Resolutions direct the efforts of the IACP and serve as the guiding statement in accomplishing the work of the association.

Each year, individual members, committees, sections, and divisions are given the opportunity to submit resolutions for the membership's consideration. If you are an individual member looking to submit a resolution, it is recommended that you coordinate with relevant IACP committees, divisions, or sections to review and provide feedback as you develop your resolution submission. View the 2018 Resolutions

View all IACP Resolutions.

IACP Legislative Agenda

The IACP has set its Policy Priorities for the 116th Congress. These policy priorities have been designated as the global issues most important to the association. The policy priorities were developed by the IACP governing body, with input from the law enforcement field. This document is meant to aid IACP members in discussions with elected officials regarding key criminal justice related issues. As additional issues of interest to the IACP arise, the governing body will establish positions on them.

Read IACP's Legislative Alert to learn about the latest legislative policies and actions impacting law enforcement. 

Contact: Sarah Guy, 703-836-6767 x226

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