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The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) podcast series will feature interviews with special guests and discussions on the leading issues of the day. On these podcasts you will gain a greater insight into the activities of IACP, learn more about our advocacy efforts, and dive deeper into the policy issues impacting the policing profession. The podcast will also address the cutting-edge research and new programs and services available at the IACP.
  • Mass Violence Advisory Initiative: Healing in the Wake of Harm
    Join Chief (Ret.) Kristen Ziman and Max Schachter as they discuss lessons learned from their direct experiences with mass violence tragedies. They focus on empathetic engagement and mindful communication with victims and families. This podcast also highlights the IACP Mass Violence Advisory Initiative – a project that provides no-cost peer-to-peer assistance to law enforcement leaders following a mass violence incident. Funding for this podcast is provided by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Assistance.
  • Contemporary Geopolitical Cybersecurity Considerations
    IACP Communications and Technology Chair Ret. Lieutenant Colonel Craig Allen and Computer Crimes and Digital Evidence Chair Jim Emerson, Vice President of the National White Collar Crime Center, sit down in conversation to discuss changing cyber-landscapes and cyber-threats for Police Chiefs. In this ever-changing landscape, Chiefs must work to minimize risks to their data and departments and pinpoint potential risks. Allen and Emerson highlight ways Chiefs can do this, and some resources that are readily available. Among some of the topics discussed: mitigating risk, training of staff, risk management, and where to start in assessing cybersecurity risk.
  • CRI-TAC – The Collaborative Reform Initiative Technical Assistance Center at the IACP: A conversation with President Dwight Henninger and Acting Director Rob Chapman of the U.S. Department of Justice COPS Office
    Join IACP President Dwight Henninger as he discusses the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) Collaborative Reform Initiative Technical Assistance Center housed at the IACP. The successful project funded since 2018 has provided over 650 state, local, campus, county, and tribal agencies critical training and technical assistance at no cost to the field with a moto of “for the field, by the field” through a collaboration with 10 leading law enforcement associations. This program has played a significant role in helping to address violent crime in communities around the country and has been the premier technical assistance program of the COPS Office since 2018.
  • Inside the Congregation Beth Israel Hostage Taking: A Discussion with Chief Michael Miller and FBI Dallas SAC DeSarno, Part 1
    Join IACP Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer Vincent Talucci on this two part podcast as he discusses the 11-hour hostage incident at the Congregation Beth Israel with Chief Michael Miller, Colleyville, Texas, and FBI Dallas Special Agent in Charge Matthew DeSarno. They provide insight into pre-incident management, the successful resolution of the incident, and post-incident actions.
  • Inside the Congregation Beth Israel Hostage Taking: A Discussion with Chief Michael Miller and FBI Dallas SAC DeSarno, Part 2
    Join IACP Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer Vincent Talucci on this two part podcast as he discusses the 11-hour hostage incident at the Congregation Beth Israel with Chief Michael Miller, Colleyville, Texas, and FBI Dallas Special Agent in Charge Matthew DeSarno. They provide insight into pre-incident management, the successful resolution of the incident, and post-incident actions.