Global Reach

Global Reach

International perspectives are 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

With over 33,000 members in over 170 countries, the IACP has a vast global reach.  IACP’s Global Initiatives are housed under the provision of the Global Policing Division. The Global Policing Division was established to provide a strategic plan for the international programs and activities of the IACP. 

IACP’s global reach also includes the International Managers of Police Academy and College Training (IMPACT) Section, Trust Building Campaign, Cultural Transformation in Policing, and the International Road Policing Alliance (IRPA).

Interactive Global Map

View the Interactive Global Map below which features the IACP’s global initiatives, partnerships, and site visits conducted around the world. The interactive map allows users to learn about the work the IACP has conducted in their respective country and world region.

The map is clickable by country and searchable by the type, topic, and country filters featured below the map.

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171 Program(s) Found
Active

Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety

Type
In-Country Project
Region
South America
Countries
Colombia
Year(s)
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The Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety is a 12-year, $259 million, multi-partner project that aims to reduce traffic deaths and injuries in low- and middle-income countries. Initiative partners representing the world's leading road safety organizations coordinate with in-country governmental and non-governmental stakeholders to implement road safety activities, focusing on four primary risk factors: speeding, impaired driving, helmet use, and seatbelt use. As a partner in the initiative, IACP's primary role is to work alongside in-country law enforcement agencies to implement evidence-based interventions that have been proven to reduce road traffic fatalities and injuries. 

Active

Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety

Type
In-Country Project
Region
North America
Countries
Mexico
Year(s)
-

The Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety is a 12-year, $259 million, multi-partner project that aims to reduce traffic deaths and injuries in low- and middle-income countries. Initiative partners representing the world's leading road safety organizations coordinate with in-country governmental and non-governmental stakeholders to implement road safety activities, focusing on four primary risk factors: speeding, impaired driving, helmet use, and seatbelt use. As a partner in the initiative, IACP's primary role is to work alongside in-country law enforcement agencies to implement evidence-based interventions that have been proven to reduce road traffic fatalities and injuries. 

Active

Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety

Type
In-Country Project
Region
South America
Countries
Argentina
Year(s)
-

The Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety is a 12-year, $259 million, multi-partner project that aims to reduce traffic deaths and injuries in low- and middle-income countries. Initiative partners representing the world's leading road safety organizations coordinate with in-country governmental and non-governmental stakeholder to implement road safety activities, focusing on four primary risk factors: speeding, impaired driving, helmet use, and seatbelt use. As a partner in the initiative, IACP's primary role is to work alongside in-country law enforcement agencies to implement evidence-based interventions that have been proven to reduce road traffic fatalities and injuries. 

Active

Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety

Type
In-Country Project
Region
South America
Countries
Ecuador
Year(s)

The Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety is a 12-year, $259 million, multi-partner project that aims to reduce traffic deaths and injuries in low- and middle-income countries. Initiative partners representing the world's leading road safety organizations coordinate with in-country governmental and non-governmental stakeholders to implement road safety activities, focusing on four primary risk factors: speeding, impaired driving, helmet use, and seatbelt use. As a partner in the initiative, IACP's primary role is to work alongside in-country law enforcement agencies to implement evidence-based interventions that have been proven to reduce road traffic fatalities and injuries. 

Active

Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety

Type
In-Country Project
Region
South America
Countries
Brazil
Year(s)
-

The Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety is a 12-year, $259 million, multi-partner project that aims to reduce traffic deaths and injuries in low- and middle-income countries. Initiative partners representing the world's leading road safety organizations coordinate with in-country governmental and non-governmental stakeholders to implement road safety activities, focusing on four primary risk factors: speeding, impaired driving, helmet use, and seatbelt use. As a partner in the initiative, IACP's primary role is to work alongside in-country law enforcement agencies to implement evidence-based interventions that have been proven to reduce road traffic fatalities and injuries. 

Active

Bloomberg Initiative for Global Road Safety

Type
In-Country Project
Region
Asia Pacific
Countries
India
Year(s)
-

The Bloomberg Philanthropies Initiative for Global Road Safety is a 12-year, $259 million, multi-partner project that aims to reduce traffic deaths and injuries in low- and middle-income countries. Initiative partners representing the world's leading road safety organizations coordinate with in-country governmental and non-governmental stakeholders to implement road safety activities, focusing on four primary risk factors: speeding, impaired driving, helmet use, and seatbelt use. As a partner in the initiative, IACP's primary role is to work alongside in-country law enforcement agencies to implement evidence-based interventions that have been proven to reduce road traffic fatalities and injuries. 

Active

Human Resources Assessment

Region
South America
Countries
Colombia
Year(s)
-

As a subgrantee to the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF), IACP is conducting a comparative analytical assessment of the human resources processes and practices of the Colombian National Police. Through this research, IACP is examining processes and practices such as recruitment and retention, and benefits such as retirement in relation to regional and global promising practices. 

Active

IACP/UAE MOI Police Academy Exchange Program - McKinney, TX

Type
Exchange Program
Training
Region
Middle East/North Africa
Countries
United Arab Emirates
Year(s)

On January 17, 2024, IACP in partnership with the UAE Ministry of Interior, facilitated the enrollment of four Emirati officers at the Collin College Law Enforcement Academy in McKinney, TX as a part of the IACP/UAE MOI Police Academy Exchange Program. The exchange marks the second iteration of the program hosted at Collin College Law Enforcement Academy. Over the course of five months, the officers will complete a 775-hour Basic Peace Officer course while learning and engaging with their U.S. counterparts.

Active

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) - Association of Caribbean Chiefs of Police (ACCP)​

Type
Memorandum of Understanding
Region
Caribbean and Central America
Countries
Anguilla
Antigua and Barbuda
Bahamas
Bermuda
British Virgin Islands
Cayman Islands
Dominica
Grenada
Haiti
Jamaica
Montserrat
Saint Lucia
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Suriname
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos Islands
U.S. Virgin Islands
Year(s)

A memorandum of understanding (MOU) between IACP and the Association of Caribbean Chiefs of Police (ACCP) was signed in 2020.

Active

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) - Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP)​

Type
Memorandum of Understanding
Region
North America
Countries
Canada
Year(s)
-

In February 2022, a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between IACP and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) was signed at IACP headquarters.

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)

New Global Tiered Dues Structure

Seeking to improve equity for all members, the IACP is announcing a revised tiered dues structure based upon the World Bank’s country economic groupings. The IACP is offering international membership rates to allow those from lower-income economies to have more affordable access to the benefits and resources provided by the IACP.

What does this mean for you? All IACP members will continue to receive invaluable benefits and resources however, international members from lower-income economies will now have more affordable access. Members from Tier I countries will continue to receive Police Chief magazine mailed to them. Members from Tiers II, III and IV will receive access to the translated digital version at a reduced fee. The new membership dues fee structure went into effect on January 1, 2023.

Visit Membership Criteria to determine your country's tier and corresponding membership fee. United States and Canada are Tier 1.

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