Nearly 15,000 attendees gathered last month in Los Angeles for the 111th Annual Conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. The membership adopted 13 resolutions; a summary of the resolutions begins on page 46. Cover inset photographs by David Hathcox.
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Nearly 15,000 attendees gathered last month in Los Angeles for the 111th Annual Conference of the International Association of Chiefs of Police. The membership adopted 13 resolutions....
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