Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Midyear Meeting
Chandler, AZ | April 3 — 5
The 2023 IACP Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Midyear meeting will take place April 3 through the 5. Thank you to our host, the Gila River Police Department.
The IACP Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Midyear meeting provides an opportunity to discuss critical issues facing the tribal law enforcement community, identify best practices, and enhance relationships with your colleagues. The meeting will feature a round table discussion, FBI CJIS training, updates from federal partners in tribal justice, case study presentations from tribal law enforcement leaders, and other informative workshops.
The 2023 IACP/FirstNet Indian Country Officer of the Year Banquet will take place during this meeting.
LocationWild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino
5040 W Wildhorse Pass Blvd.
Chandler, AZ 85226 US
Registration for this meeting is now closed and the meeting has reached capacity. To inquire if any slots have become available, please email Participate@theIACP.org
Hotel and Travel Information
All events will take place at the Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino in Chandler, Arizona (5040 W Wildhorse Pass Blvd, Chandler, AZ 85226). A room block has been reserved for 2023 Indian Country Law Enforcement Midyear attendees. The room block is available for attendees at a reduced rate of $179/night. Book by March 3, for the reduced room rate. Reserve a room.
Complimentary valet & self-parking are available.
Monday, April 3
8:00 AM - Registration
9:00 AM - Opening Prayer & Welcome Remarks
9:30 AM - Round Table Discission: Critical Issues & Needs
10: 45 AM - Break
11:00 AM - Round Table Discussion: Continued
12:00 PM - Lunch (Provided)
1:00 PM - FBI Training - Criminal Justice Information Services Division
5:00 PM - Closing Remarks & Adjourn
Tuesday, April 4
8:30 AM - Opening Remarks
8:40 AM - Partner Updates
11:10 AM - Break
11:35 AM - Partner Updates
12:30 PM - Lunch (Provided)
1:30 PM - Partner Updates
3:10 PM - Closing Remarks
6:00 PM - IACP/FirstNet Indian Country Officer of the Year Banquet
Wednesday, April 5
8:30 AM - Opening Remarks
8:45 AM - Round Table Discussion
1:00 PM - Closing Remarks & Adjournment
IACP/FirstNet Indian Country Officer of the Year Award
The Indian Country Officer of the Year Award provides international recognition to law enforcement officers who have demonstrated exceptional valor in service to the people of Indian Country, thereby exhibiting the highest traditions of Law Enforcement.
For further information, visit IACP/FirstNet Indian Country Police Officer of the Year.
Membership is open to all active, life, and associate members of the IACP in good standing who are now or have been engaged in providing police services affecting Indian Country and, if not the head of the agency, have the written approval of their agency chief executive.
- Current IACP members - Click here to join the Section (IACP Member login required)
- Non-IACP members - Join the IACP today and add Section membership
Promising Practices in Tribal Community Policing
A guidebook to explore what community policing looks like in Indian country and what specific strategies work well for tribal law enforcement.