Legislative Alert: IACP Meets with U.S. Attorney General Nominee

On December 6, 2016, IACP President Donald W. De Lucca and IACP Executive Director and CEO Vincent Talucci met with U.S. Attorney General nominee, Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL), to discuss his nomination and his upcoming priorities as attorney general and to express the challenges facing the law enforcement profession and needed areas of support.

The IACP was able to share insights we heard from the field during the critical issues forums that were conducted throughout August and September 2016 in eight locations across the United States. President De Lucca and Executive Director and CEO Talucci also discussed our policy priorities for the incoming administration and the 115th U.S. Congress.

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