The Homeland Security Committee shall serve as the IACP's central coordination point for Department of Homeland Security (DHS) information, issues, policy development, and program reviews. The HSC will provide the IACP leadership with a consortium of expertise chartered to advise on a full spectrum of issues including, but not limited to, the review of draft DHS policy documents and relevant legislative proposals. The HSC will assemble, prioritize, and articulate law enforcement's most critical needs and issues and provide them to DHS, a complex and rapidly evolving national protection agency. The HSC shall consist of no more than forty members and shall be organized into relevant committees.
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Support for Sustainability of Fusion Centers
Submitted by: Homeland Security Committee
WHEREAS, the IACP recognizes in the aftermath of the tragic events of...
Calling for Greater Collection and Dissemination of Information on All Crimes Through Fusion Centers
WHEREAS, the ability of state, local, tribal and federal law enforcement authorities to combat crime is greatly enhanced by the collection and dissemination of...
Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) Augmented by Intelligence Fusion Centers
WHEREAS, resources allocated for law enforcement activities are frequently insufficient to keep pace with the demands placed on agencies to respond to calls for...