Human & Civil Rights
The IACP has programs, policies, and initiatives to enhance law enforcement's role in strengthening and protecting the civil rights of all people and set professional standards for human and civil rights policy. Rapport, cooperation, and partnership between law enforcement and the community are strongest when the community perceives that individual civil and human rights are respected and upheld.
Anti-Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance
Action Agenda for Community Organizations and Law Enforcement to Enhance the Response to Hate Crimes
Policy Center ResourcesSee All
Civil disturbances and demonstrations have changed over the years, as have the tactics and techniques of law enforcement agencies called upon to manage and control...
Transgender and Gender-Nonconforming Individuals
Recording Police Activity*
Members of the public, including media representatives, have an unambiguous First Amendment right to record officers in public places, as long as their actions do...
Persons having contact with members of a law enforcement agency should be treated in a fair, impartial, equitable, and objective manner, in accordance with law, and without...
Body-Worn Camera Video Release
Submitted by: Police Administration Committee
Cosponsored by: Committee of Homeland Security, Communications & Technology Committee, Community Policing Committee, Crime Prevention Committee, Education & Training...
Anti-Human Trafficking Webinars and Training
Anti-Human Trafficking Content on IACPlearn Online Training Portal
IACPlearn is your hub for all on-demand and live virtual learning such as training, webinars, and podcasts. Users can...