The Call for Presentations is open January 4-February 28, 2017. Information regarding the educational programming for the IACP 2017 Annual Conference and Exposition can be found below and our Frequently Asked Questions page.
About Workshop Proposals: The IACP 2017 educational program will be designed to meet the need of diversified audiences with cutting-edge presentations. We are looking for a wide array of topics that are innovative, engaging, inspiring, and informative for police executives around the world. Different presentation styles and tracks are available for submissions.
Goal: The IACP’s goal is to offer relevant and timely education and training to help attendees do their jobs more effectively and make their agencies more successful. Through the Call for Presentations, the IACP seeks the very best, most relevant, and most thought‐provoking ideas in order to deliver content pertinent to the law enforcement profession. In particular, the IACP is interested in receiving proposals that address contemporary or emerging issues confronting the law enforcement profession and the leaders of law enforcement agencies worldwide. These topics include:
• Community-Police Relations and Public Trust
• At-Risk Populations: the Mentally Ill and the Homeless
• Violent Crime
• Use of Force
• Drugs and Their Impact on the Community
• Mass Casualty and Violent Attacks
• Police Recruitment and Retention
• Officer Safety and Wellness
• Police Culture and Morale
Educational Settings: Educational sessions are conducted in track workshops and learning laboratories. Please carefully review the educational settings to select the one best suited for your presentation.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about the Call for Presentations and prepare a top-notch presentation proposal.