Indian Country Law Enforcement Section
IACP's Law Enforcement Indian Country Section is comprised of IACP members who focus on prevalent topics related to Indian Country Law Enforcement.
The mission of the Indian Country Law Enforcement Section is to organize and promote law enforcement information, expertise, Native American culture and training for the professional development of tribal, local, state, and federal law enforcement in Indian Country.
IACP/FirstNet Indian Country Police Officer of the Year Award
The Indian Country Officer of the Year Award provides international recognition to law enforcement officers who have demonstrated exceptional valor in service to the people of Indian Country, thereby exhibiting the highest traditions of Law Enforcement.
For further information, visit IACP/FirstNet Indian Country Police Officer of the Year.
Membership is open to all active, life, and associate members of the IACP in good standing who are now or have been engaged in providing police services affecting Indian Country and, if not the head of the agency, have the written approval of their agency chief executive.
Given the current situation with COVID-19, the IACP has cancelled the 2020 Indian Country Law Enforcement Section Midyear Meeting in El Cajon, CA, April 20-21. While the cancellation is disappointing, this is the best decision for IACP members. The IACP took into account guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), and other government agencies; concerns from our members; and travel restrictions placed on many of our members by their respective agencies.
Members will need to contact the hotel to cancel their reservation. Contact Grace Paterno with the Sycuan Golf Resort Sycuan’s Singing Hills Resort, GPaterno@SingingHillsGolfResort.com.