Global Reach

Global Reach

International perspective is vitally important to all law enforcement leaders and IACP helps facilitate the sharing of that perspective through a number of forums. Through relationships with other international organizations, the IACP's members turn to each other to answer questions of global relevance.

Global Policing Leadership

The Board of Directors of the IACP established the Global Policing Division, a body consisting of world regions, to promulgate the international programs and activities of the IACP. The International Vice President serves as the General Chair of the Division as well as a member of the IACP Executive Board. Division Officers include the Division Vice Chair, Division Secretary and the Chairs of seven (7) World Regional Offices. 

Global Policing Division Steering Committee (GPDSC)

The Global Policing Division Steering Committee (GPDSC) is designed to advise the IACP President and International Vice President on matters which impact the IACP globally. The Steering Committee is comprised of a diverse group of national and transnational police agencies and organizations.

Past International Conferences

  • São Paulo, Brazil (2019)
  • Dublin, Ireland (2017)
  • Bogota, Colombia (2014)
  • Florianopolis, Brazil (2014)
  • Kigali, Rwanda (2014)
  • New Delhi, India (2013)
  • Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (2013)
  • Budva, Montenegro (2012)
  • Medellin, Colombia (2012)
  • São Paulo, SP, Brazil (2012)
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2011)
  • Florianópolis, Brazil (2010)
  • Tallinn, Estonia (2009)
  • Taipei, Taiwan (2009)
  • Doha, Qatar (2008)
  • Curitiba, Brazil (2008)
  • Istanbul, Turkey (2008)
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2007)
  • Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2007)
  • Sofia, Bulgaria (2006)
  • Durban, South Africa (2006)
  • Foz do Iguacu (2005)
  • Paris, France (2005)
  • Belfast, Northern Ireland (2004)
  • Porto Alegre, Brazil (2004)
  • Belo Horizonte, Brazil (2003)
  • Riga, Latvia (2003)
  • Budapest, Hungary (2002)
  • Mons, Belgium (2001)
  • New Delhi, India (2001)
  • Durban, South Africa (2000)
  • Paris, France (2000)
  • Ulaanbator, Mongolia (1999)

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