Vincent Talucci, CAE
Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer
Vincent Talucci serves as the Executive Director / Chief Executive Officer of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP). As the chief staff executive, Mr. Talucci is responsible for ensuring that the IACP builds upon over a century of success addressing issues at the forefront of the policing profession, to include, advocacy, training, education and outreach. Leading a staff of over 130 professionals, Mr. Talucci provides strategic guidance to the IACP governing body and membership on the critical issues they confront each day.
Prior to being appointed Executive Director in 2014, Mr. Talucci was IACP’s Deputy Executive Director, Director of IACP’s Programs and Research Activities Directorate, and oversaw a broad range of core association services: police operations and management evaluations; promotional testing; executive search and placement; and oversight of federally supported programmatic efforts. From 2010 to 2012, Mr. Talucci served as Principal Advisor for Law Enforcement, State and Local Government Practice, with SAS, a worldwide software industry leader in analytics.
From 2002 to 2010, Mr. Talucci served with the IACP, progressing to Director of the Division of State and Provincial Police (S&P), and worked to forge strategic directions to address critical issues facing state and provincial law enforcement, and led efforts in information sharing, homeland security, and innovative technology. Before joining IACP, Mr. Talucci worked with the United States Department of Justice’s National Institute of Justice, where his responsibilities included the substantive management of criminal justice initiatives.
Mr. Talucci holds a Bachelor of Arts from Rutgers University, a master’s degree in Public Administration from the University of Washington and is a Certified Association Executive (CAE).