This committee shall carefully analyze the problem of terrorism and its implications for the law enforcement community both domestically and internationally. The committee shall examine and evaluate policies, guidelines, and response capabilities of local law enforcement and the federal government to respond to the terrorist threat. The committee shall review existing levels of cooperation among the various law enforcement agencies, including cooperation at the domestic, international, bilateral and multilateral level, in areas such as information exchange, training, and technical assistance. The committee shall report all pertinent findings and make recommendations to this Association for dissemination to police agencies and shall work toward the enhancement of preventive and response cooperation throughout the world.
Submit a nomination to join the Terrorism Committee. For more information, contact the IACP Member Engagement Team.
WHEREAS, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) recognizes that the tactic of terrorism represents a significant and credible threat to all civilized nations...
In Support of Full Funding of the Law Enforcement Terrorism Prevention Program (LETPP)
WHEREAS, law enforcement’s mission entails the unique requirement to prevent, detect, and deter terrorism, in addition to response preparedness; and
WHEREAS, 650,000 law enforcement officers...