Join IACP in Chicago, Illinois, October 24–27, for the 122nd Annual IACP Conference and Exposition. The 2015 conference features more than 200 education sessions across 12 targeted tracks; an Exposition Hall filled with new products, services, and live demonstrations; and numerous networking opportunities, along with a number of new events and features this year. Check out the Insider’s Guide in this issue to learn more and access the information you need to get the most out of your conference experience.
Cover photo courtesy of Choose Chicago.
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- President's Message: Priority One: Officer Safety and Wellness
- Chief's Counsel: Court Grants Officers Qualified Immunity in Absence of Fair Notice
- Technology Talk: Providing Access to the Best Equipment Standards
- Legislative Alert: IACP Meets with Attorney General Loretta Lynch
- The Routine Traffic Stop: How Officers Have Used License Plate Violations to Solve Crimes
- August 2015 Products & Services
- New Members: December 2003
- From the Provost Marshal General: Military Service and Law Enforcement—A Partnership from the Beginning
- Product Feature: Striking Back Against Statistics: Innovative Tools Help Reduce and Prevent Drug and Alcohol Crimes
- IACP Working for You August 2015
- Officer Safety Corner: Ambushes on U.S. Law Enforcement Officers
- Research in Brief: Marijuana Use by Youth Can Have Long-Term Consequences
- New Members - August