Did you miss the IACP 2020 Training Event and Expo? It's not too late! There are two ways to access those workshops:
- Option 1: Purchase the IACP 2020 Virtual Training Event Education Sessions Package for $250 and gain access to the 120+ available IACP2020 workshops.
- Option 2: Purchase individual workshops for $60 each.
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If you already registered for the IACP 2020 Virtual Training Event and Expo, all workshops are available to you at no additional cost on IACPlearn. Peruse the list below for individual workshops you would like to register for and view.
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The IACP 2020 Virtual Training Event and Expo Education Sessions
Access more than 120 education sessions from the IACP 2020 Virtual Training Event and Expo covering topics including: Community-Police Engagement, COVID-19 Response and Effect, Developing Staff, Technology, and Training in a Pandemic Environment.
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Crowd Management and Civil Demonstrations Webinar PackageContains 4 Product(s) 4 new product(s) added recently
$230 value - now $100 for members and $125 for non-members! During these extraordinarily challenging times, the ability of police leaders, elected officials, and communities to prepare for, respond to, and successfully manage demonstrations and protests is more critical than ever. As always, the IACP stands ready to ensure its members have the tools and resources needed to address the challenges they are facing. View this package to see the wide array of virtual education available to members and non-members that address crowd management and civil demonstrations.
The Evolution of Protests in the 21st Century and Effective Strategies for Managing ThemContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
This conference workshop presentation features executives from a law enforcement agency that has managed 100+ protests over the last few years sharing the strategies they've implemented that have been most effective in handling protests, lessons that have been learned, and adjustments that have been made operationally.
Operation Lady Justice: Engaging Volunteers in Missing Indigenous People CasesContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
This conference workshop presentation provides an overview of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous People (MMIP) public safety challenges.
NIJ LEADS Program: Showcasing the Scholars' WorkContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
This conference workshop presentation highlights a few examples of the 'Scholars' work done through the 2014 partnership between the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).
Navigating High-Profile Incidents in a Smaller CommunityContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
This conference workshop presentation discusses the unique challenges smaller and rural agencies face preventing and solving crime when dealing with the media, politicians, and residents.
Law Enforcement Rapid DNA: Use, Arrestee Pilots, Policies, and ImplementationContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
This conference workshop presentation provides information about State and Federal Rapid DNA (R-DNA) Booking Station Pilots (CODIS application), an overview of the FBI's Booking Station Standards and National Booking Station Procedures outlined in the Rapid DNA Act, and crime scene Rapid DNA use (non-CODIS application).
Law Enforcement Mental Health and Wellness Act Projects: Expanding Services Beyond Your DepartmentContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
This conference workshop presentation discusses the Cleveland, Ohio, Division of Police Employee Assistance unit's experience in expanding and implementing a countywide police peer-mentoring program to serve officers from the 58 law enforcement agencies throughout Cuyahoga County.
Examining the Development, Delivery, and Evaluation of De-escalation Training: Determining What WorksContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
This conference workshop presentation provides an opportunity to hear lessons learned from: police executives developing new use of force policies and implementing changes in de-escalation training, police trainers delivering de-escalation training, and researchers studying the effectiveness of their efforts.
Ethics for Police Legal Advisors and Law Enforcement ProfessionalsContains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits
This conference workshop presentation discusses the ethical and practical implications of advising law enforcement agencies in today's current environment.
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