Dwight E. Henninger
Immediate Past President
Chief Dwight Henninger has been a member of the IACP Executive Committee for nine years, served as the Chair of the Environmental Crimes Committee, and as a member of the Financial Review and Homeland Security Committees. Chief Henninger has served as chief in Vail, Colorado since 2002.
Leading a 65-person organization, he serves a population of over two million domestic and international visitors annually. In 2010, Chief Henninger was congressionally appointed to serve on the Local, State, Tribal and Federal Preparedness Task Force Emergency Management Agency - directed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy Session 196, PERF's Senior Management Institute for Police, California POST Command College and the NPS Center for Homeland Defense and Security’s Executive Leaders Program. Chief Henninger received master’s degrees from University of California, Irvine in Business and Public Administration and from San Diego State University in Leadership. Dwight represents IACP on the Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council and the Director of National Intelligence Partners Board.