Police Physicians Section
The Section promotes the exchange of information among physicians who provide service to police agencies and acts as a resource to the association for medically related issues.
The purpose of this section shall be to provide an adequate organization and opportunity for members to conduct meetings, transact the necessary business, discussions, research, evaluations and matters of mutual interest; to promote a more intimate and meaningful relationship between the police executive and the police medical practitioner, and assist this Association with coordinated and cooperative efforts in the implementation of mutual objectives and strategies for effective police medical practices; and, to promote other essential mutual interests, assistance, professional standards and relationships among police medical practitioners.
For more information, contact the IACP Member Engagement Team.
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Chair: David McArdle, MD FACEP
Vice Chair: Scott Coyne, MD
Officer at Large: Daniel Samo MD FACOEM
Officer at Large: David Neubert, MD
Immediate Past Chair: Fabrice Czarnecki, MD, MA, MPH, FACOEM
Developed by the IACP Police Physicians Section and designed for law enforcement officers who will be the first responders to situations that require balancing both tactical and medical issues. Emergency Trauma Care
American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Guidance for Medical Evaluation of Law Enforcement Officers ACOEM Guidelines
To access an alphabetical directory of section members, click this link https://www.myiacp.org/memberdirectory. You will be prompted to log in using your email on file with the IACP and password for www.theiacp.org. If you do not know your password, use the "Forgot your password?" link.
Once logged in, enter "Physicians" under the "Section or Division" and click on the "Search" button.
You can also search for an individual, or by agency, country, city, or state. When searching by state for US members, select "United States" under "Country" before selecting the state.