IACPlearn Online Training Portal
IACPlearn is your hub for all on-demand and live virtual learning such as training, webinars, and podcasts. Users can access IACP content and training anytime, from any device. Find resources on community-police engagement, ethics, leadership, and more.
View this brief welcome video to learn more about IACPlearn
Follow the below steps to start exploring IACPlearn today:
1. Logging In: Visit the site at https://learn.theiacp.org/. On the left sidebar menu on the left-hand side of the homepage, click on the Log In button. The system will take you to the IACP’s Community Hub Welcome Log In page. From there, enter your IACP member/customer account username and password and click Log In to access your IACPlearn account. The system will log you into your IACP account and route you back to the IACPlearn homepage.
If you do not already have an account, click the Create an Account link. Newly created IACP accounts that are being accessed for the first time require authorization before users will be able to access IACP platforms, including IACPlearn. Approval can take between 5-10 minutes. If you are unable to access your account after 1 business day, please contact Customer Support at Learn@theIACP.org.
2. Finding Content: You can search for content through the Catalog function or the site search included on the sidebar menu. You can search by specific categories or content types. To register, create an account or log into your existing IACP account. Once you have logged into your account, click on the register button associated with the product you would like to register for and complete the registration process. Once you submit your registration and see your receipt, you can navigate back to the product by clicking on the link under "View your course on IACPlearn using the below link."
Please complete the registration process for one product at a time to help ensure the registration is successful.
3. My Content: View the courses that you have registered for on the My Dashboard section of the website (left-hand sidebar).
The following Anti-Human Trafficking content can be found on IACPlearn:
- Effective Strategies to Investigate and Prosecute Labor Trafficking in the U.S.
- Identifying Labor Trafficking in the U.S.
- Trauma-Informed Approached and Interviewing of Labor Trafficking Victims in the U.S.
- Investigating Labor Trafficking in the U.S.
- Language Access and Immigration Relief Tools in Labor Trafficking Investigations in the U.S.
- Achieving Justice in Labor Trafficking Cases in the U.S.
- Child Sex Trafficking: A Training Series for Frontline Officers
- Building Human Trafficking Cases with Intimidated and Missing Victims
- Building Human Trafficking Cases with Traumatized Victims
- Working with Experts to Combat Common Defenses in Human Trafficking Cases
- The Intersection of Human Trafficking and Financial Investigations
- Defining Justice Beyond Arrest and Prosecution
- Analyzing Culpability/Charging Decisions in Human Trafficking Cases
- Multidisciplinary Information-Sharing in Anti-Human Trafficking Task Forces
- Sex Trafficking of Men and Boys
- Successful Approaches to Working with Social Media for Human Trafficking Outreach and Awareness
- The Role of Data and Analysis in Human Trafficking Initiatives
- Sustaining Task Force Operations
- The Essential Role and Function of Task Force Coordinators
- Developing Your Labor Trafficking Threat Assessment
- Expanding Partnerships to Combat Human Trafficking
- Role of America's Law Enforcement in Labor Trafficking Identification
- Partners Against Crime: The Investigator and Analyst Relationship in Human Trafficking Investigations
- Drugs as Coercion: Human Trafficking and Toxicology
- Prosecuting Human Trafficking Cases: Going Forward Without a Victim
- The State of Modern Slavery in the U.S.: Trends and Tools for Law Enforcement and Victim Service Providers
- Labor Trafficking: Improving Victim Identification
- Immigration Relief for Human Trafficking Victims: T Visa, U Visa, and Continued Presence
- Approaches to Prosecuting Labor Trafficking Cases with Civil Rights Laws
- Closing the Door on Illicit Massage Businesses: Holding Traffickers Accountable
This webpage was produced the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) 2020-VT-BX-K002, awarded by the Office of Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this webpage are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.