Data & Transparency
Accurate, transparent reporting of crime data and use of force incidents is an important way police agencies can build trust and confidence within the communities they serve. IACP offers resources and guidance to help agencies accurately report crime trends within their communities and increase transparency through reporting use-of-force information.
National Crime Statistics Exchange (NCS-X)
The goal of the NCS-X project, which is a partnership between the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) and FBI Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS), is…See Details
Support for Participation in the National Use-of-Force Data Collection
For U.S. law enforcement agencies, January 1, 2019, marked the official start of the FBI’s National Use-of-Force Data Collection. The FBI established a National Use-of-Force…See Details
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Reporting Use of Force
The authority to use force carries with it the need for accountability in order to safeguard the rights of the public and preserve the integrity...
Officer-Involved Shootings and Other Serious Incidents
The accuracy and professionalism of officer-involved shooting investigations can have a significant impact on involved officers, their respective agencies, community-law enforcement relations, and public perceptions...
Enhanced Collaborative Model (ECM) Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force Protocol Development Checklists
The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) offers a toolkit of Enhanced Collaborative Model (ECM) protocol development checklists that provide a list of items...
Development & Operations Roadmap for Multidisciplinary Anti-Human Trafficking Task Forces
Building Public Trust through the Effective Reporting of Police Use of Deadly Force and Law Enforcement Officers Assaulted or Killed in the Line of Duty
WHEREAS, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) is the world's largest membership organization of police executives that provides the professional voice of...