Resolutions are the cornerstone of IACP’s policy development. Resolutions direct the efforts of the IACP and serve as the guiding statement in accomplishing the work of the association.
Complete resolutions packets that are still valid are available to view below.
For more information on how the resolutions process works, including how to craft a resolution, click here. If you are interested in submitting a resolution, please first complete a resolutions proposal form located here. Once the proposal has been approved, resolution drafts can be submitted for consideration using this form. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- NIBIN and eTrace Resolution
- Support for a "Public-Private Partnership Day"
- Resolution on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)
- Resolution on Preemployment Psychological Evaluations
- Support for Maintaining and Maturing the Quality of the Policing Profession by Establishing Core, Evidence-Based Hiring Practices
- Resolution to Support a Renewed and Comprehensive National Anti-Drug and Dangerous Drug Awareness Campaign to Combat the Normalization of Illicit Drug Use and the Escalating Fatal Overdose Crisis
- Urging Leaders to Make Traffic Enforcement an Operational Priority and to Work with Stakeholders to Support Traffic Safety Education and Enforcement Efforts
- Support of Electronic Warrants in the Fight Against Impaired Driving
- The Public Safety and Homeland Security Needs for Retro-Reflective Front and Rear License Plates with Validation Stickers
- In Support of Amendment to the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA) to Include Railroad Police as Qualified Law Enforcement Officers
- Support for Stronger, More Effective Border Security