Public Information Officers Section
The PIO Section promotes the exchange of information and training among officers responsible for planning and implementing effective public information programs.
The Public Information Officers Section promotes the exchange of information and training among officers responsible for planning and implementing effective public information programs.
PIO Section Midyear Meeting
May 2023 - Evansville, Indiana
- 2022 - Cambridge, Massachusetts
- 2021 - Arlington, Texas
- 2019 - Henderson, Nevada
- 2018 - New York City, New York
- 2017 - Aurora, Colorado
- 2016 - Kansas City, Missouri
- 2015 - Arlington, Texas
- 2010 - Toronto, Ontario Canada
- 2008 - Arlington, Texas
- 2007 - Boise, Idaho
- 2006 - Arlington, Virginia
- 2005 - Everett, Washington
This document is intended to support understanding of the value of membership to the IACP and the Public Information Officer (PIO) Section to your supervisor or to the decision makers at your agency. Helping your agency leaders understand the value of this section, and of the IACP, will not only benefit you, but also your organization, your communities, and beyond. As a member of the Public Information Officer Section, you quickly learn valuable skills that help build institutional knowledge when it comes to working relationships with media representatives, social media strategies that work for your communities, and hands-on training at annual conferences provides you with immediate skills that you can in turn employ at your agency.
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The IACP Leadership in Public Information Management Award recognizes the accomplishments of an individual public information officer and his or her ability to effectively disseminate information to the public.