IACP Technology Conference

IACP Technology Conference

Conference

The 2021 IACP Technology Conference will take place May 17-19, 2021 online. This digital event provides three days of training, professional development, and networking to law enforcement executives, operational managers, and technology and research staff. Best practices and thought leadership sessions will propose solutions and showcase a broad array of new and emerging technologies. Check out the Educational Program & Schedule below!

Registration is now open! Click here to get started.

Thank you to our 2021 Industry Leader Sponsors!

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Educational Program & Schedule

Download the educational program here! Additional sessions, speaker information, and networking activities will be added in the coming weeks!

Schedule-at-a-Glance

*Schedule subject to change. All times listed in Eastern Standard Time (UTC-5). Sessions will only be available in English. Registrants will have the ability to access recordings of all sessions for three months after the event.

Plenary Sessions

De BolleKeynote Speaker - Catherine De Bolle, Executive Director of Europol
Hear from Executive Director Catherine De Bolle as she discusses issues such as cybercrime, information sharing, and how technology can be leveraged for cross-border organized crime prevention efforts. Before taking up her post as Europol’s Executive Director in May 2018, Catherine De Bolle served as General Commissioner of the Belgian Federal Police from 2012. Prior to her appointment as Belgian Police Commissioner, she was Chief of Police in Ninove, Belgium. In January 2015, she received the title of Public Manager of the year. From November 2015 until November 2018, she was a member of the Executive Committee of Interpol. She studied law at Ghent University and then went on to graduate from the Royal Gendarmerie Academy in Belgium.

General Session - AI to Improve Officer Wellness and Citizen Engagements
Artificial Intelligence is already delivering powerful new capabilities to support law enforcement agencies including the acceleration of analysis and insights from data, driving prioritized information faster to officers in the field, and improving resource allocation efficiency. AI can also play an important role in supporting officer health and wellness, as well as increasing community engagement. Join the IACP Communications and Technology subcommittee on AI as they discuss high priority needs, challenges, and opportunities. The panelists will explore the use of AI for physical, mental, and emotional support; for early identification and intervention of potential problems; and to automate public engagement to ensure immediate and consistent response to citizens.

General Session - Digital Assets: Managing Cost, Capacity, Risk, and Integrity
The panel will examine a range of compelling cases and promising approaches to help police leaders better understand digital information best practices to address shrinking resources. Police digital retention demands integrity, whether operational or administrative. With increases of records, evidence, video capture, digitization of operations and training, department digital storage costs and cyber risk exposure are driven up. Police budgets are shrinking due to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as the scrutiny of police use of technology, resulting in public calls for criminal justice reform.

Registration Information

Who should attend?

Law enforcement executives, IT managers, crime analysts, investigators, patrol officers, and state and local CIOs and CTOs seeking to obtain training, professional development, and a forum to share best practices and lessons learned on a broad array of current and emerging technologies.

What is included in the price?

Registration fees include access to the online event platform during the three days of live/simulive programming and access to sessions to be viewed on-demand for three months after the event (through August 19, 2021).

Registration

The full conference registration fee includes access to all general sessions, workshops, and networking events. Only IACP members can take advantage of the member registration rate. All IACP memberships are individual and non-transferable. Register now!

Categories and Fees

Category Price
IACP Member $200
Non-IACP Member $425

Group Registration: Register multiple people from your agency and receive a discounted per person rate. IACP membership is required to purchase the discounted group package. The registrant will receive a coupon code to apply to registration of each individual within the group.

Group Registration Price
5 Registrants $950 ($190 per individual)
10 Registrants $1,800 ($180 per individual)
15 Registrants $2,475 ($165 per individual)
20 Registrants $3,000  ($150 per individual)

Contact us for groups larger than 20.

Join IACP today to save on Technology Conference registration. Sworn and civilian employees of public safety agencies, academics, and professionals of related fields can qualify for membership in the IACP. Those in sworn command-level positions qualify for active membership; others may be eligible for associate membership.

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Registration and attendance at IACP events constitutes an agreement by the registrant to the IACP’s use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant or attendee’s image or voice in photos, images, video and/or audio recordings of such events without compensation or approval rights. All photos, images, and recordings are the property of IACP.

Refund Policy

No refunds will be issued for cancellations or for no-shows for the 2021 Online IACP Technology Conference. All registrants will have the ability to access the recorded sessions for three months after the event.

Registration may be transferred to another person in your organization by written request to IACP.

Who Should Attend?

Law enforcement executives, IT managers, crime analysts, investigators, patrol officers, and state and local CIOs and CTOs seeking to obtain training, professional development, and a forum to share best practices and lessons learned on a broad array of current and emerging technologies.

Technology plays an increasingly important role in the daily work of officers on the street, equipping officers with tools that have the potential to increase safety, efficiency, and effectiveness. While these technological advancements have their benefits, they can also present new challenges for law enforcement.

Since 1977, the IACP Technology Conference has provided training, professional development, and a national forum for law enforcement executives, operational managers, and technology and research staff to share best practices and lessons learned on a broad array of new and emerging technologies.

Become an IACP member today and save on registration!

Sponsorship Opportunities

This year’s online Technology Conference will offer many opportunities for service providers to engage with conference attendees. In lieu of a virtual expo, companies will have a range of sponsorships from which to choose.

The new Solutions Showcase offers a session within a dedicated Service Provider Track or choose an on-demand product demonstration as part of the Tech Talks.

For more information on all available sponsorship opportunities, contact sponsorship@theiacp.org.

FAQs

Q: Who is eligible to attend?

A: Registration is open to members of the IACP and qualified non-members which include employees of transnational, federal, state, local and tribal law enforcement agencies and their contractors; institutions of higher education; public, private, and not-for-profit organizations whose work supports the public safety mission; and employees of state, local, tribal, or federal government.

Q: How do I register for the online conference?

A: Click here to start the registration process on IACP's IACPlearn platform.

Q: Do I need an account to register for the online conference?

A: Yes, you will need to create an IACP account in order to register for the online conference. Creating an account is free, you do not need to be an IACP member to create an account.

Q: What is the cost to attend the online IACP Technology Conference?

A: IACP members can register for $200 and qualified non-members can register for $425.

Q: What is included in the price?

A: Registration fees include access to the online event platform during the three days of live/simulive programming and access to sessions to be viewed on-demand for three months after the event (through August 19, 2021).

Q: I elected to have my 2020 registration fees for the in-person conference applied to this year’s event, how do I register?

A: Guidance on how you can utilize your registration credit will was e-mailed in February.

Q: What is the refund policy?

A: No refunds will be issued for cancellations or no-shows for the 2021 Online IACP Technology Conference. All registrants will have the ability to access the recorded sessions for three months after the event.

Q: What companies are sponsoring the conference?

A: A directory of sponsors will be posted as they become available.

Q: Are there any rules for attending the event?

A: Yes, you can view the rules of participation here.

Q: Where will the 2022 IACP Technology Conference be held?

A: The 2022 conference will be held at the Wisconsin Center on May 24-26 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Q: Who can I contact if I have questions?

A: If you have questions not addressed in the FAQs, contact techconference@theiacp.org.

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