The 119th Annual IACP Conference featured education, networking, and an exposition providing the latest in law enforcement technology, equipment, and products. Among the business of the association conducted at the conference, the membership passed 31 resolutions. Chief Craig T. Steckler of Fremont, California, was sworn in as the IACP President. Chief Terrence Cunningham of Wellesley, Massachusetts, was elected fourth vice president, and Chief Kent Barker of Tualatin, Oregon, was elected vice president at large. Cover photographs by Convention Photo by Joe Orlando.
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