Guest Editor: Peter T. Edge
Law enforcement organizations that serve the global community on local, state, national, and multinational levels are required to constantly adapt to new security concerns and risks. As transnational crime, cybercrime, and associated threats continue to increase, collaboration, communication, and creativity are all essential to protect communities around the world. The information and recommendations in this issue can build and inform law enforcement’s understanding of the most prevalent global and transnational challenges.
By 2030, the criminal landscape will change U.S. and European society as the more virulent and diversified transnational crime rapidly takes the place of the more familiar street crimes. Transnational...
As the tools of the law enforcement profession have evolved from the days of a billy club and whistle to body-worn cameras and Tasers, so have the tools available to criminals and criminal organizatio...
Historically, local and regional street gangs have been a major problem for local police departments; however, the emergence of transnational gangs whose criminal activity takes place in more than one...
A Regional Approach on Organized Crime: The Colombia Experience—Police Leadership in the Security Transformation ProcessOrganized crime is one of the main concerns in the global and regional public agenda. In political debates on security issues, organized crime constitutes a relevant player and promoter of crime-relat...
The European Union (EU) Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment (SOCTA) is a forward-looking document that both describes and anticipates emerging threats from serious and o...
The Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) is the law enforcement arm of the U.S. Department of State and is charged with investigating illegal passport or visa issuance or use, identity theft, or document...
The annual IACP 40 Under 40 Award recognizes 40 law enforcement professionals under the age of 40 from around the world who demonstra...
IACP 2017 will be taking place October 21–24, 2017, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. It is not too late to make plans to join thousands of law enforcement leader...
- President’s Message: Sharing Ideas and Information for a More Secure World
- Legislative Alert: FY 2018 Commerce, Justice, Science Appropriations Bill Passes the Senate Appropriations Committee
- Officer Safety Corner: Building Financial Strength in Law Enforcement Families
- Research in Brief: Passing It Forward: Modeling Procedural Justice in the Workplace to Improve Public-Police Interactions
- Chief’s Counsel: U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down Ninth Circuit’s Provocation Rule
- From the Deputy Assistant Secretary: Stopping Transnational Crime Before It Crosses U.S. Borders
- Product Feature: Training Programs Adapt to Modern Needs
- Technology Talk: HSI Forensic Laboratory: A Unique Resource for Law Enforcement
- Traffic Safety Initiatives: Police Collaborate with Sheriff and Courts to Implement “No Refusal” in Roanoke County
- IACP Working for You: IACP Provides Engagement Opportunities for Members
- The Dispatch: September 2017
- New Members: September 2017
- Line of Duty Deaths: July 9, 2017— August 6, 2017
- Product Update: September 2017
- Index to Advertisers: September 2017