Capitol Police Section
The Capitol Police Section promotes exchange of information and develops standards for increasing the efficiency and capabilities of each law enforcement agency that provides service to our state and nation’s critical assets.
The mission of this section is to allow its members to develop and promote professional relationships among its members and the IACP; and to increase the efficiency and capabilities of each law enforcement agency that provides service to our state and nation’s critical assets. This will be accomplished by providing educational training, promoting effective leadership, sharing information, and mentoring our future leaders.
Section membership is open to individuals who are now, or have been, engaged in or responsible for providing police services at a national or state/providence State House. Section members will promote and develop beneficial relationships with the private sector and our individual communities. Integrity, honor, and ethical behavior will be the standard for professionalism among our section members.
The IACP Capitol Police Section hosts its annual meeting during the IACP Annual Conference and Exposition. Please see IACP's conference website for full conference details.
For more information about these events, to suggest a training topic, or to receive an electronic invitation to participate, contact Section Chair Dan Blackdeer (Dan.Blackdeer@wisconsin.gov) or the IACP Member Engagement Team at Participate@theIACP.org