Proposed IACP Constitutional Amendments

For the last 118 years, the IACP has strived to identify, serve, and address the needs of its membership and the law enforcement profession. Its success and stability in meeting this mission is a testament to the dedication, commitment, and wisdom of our members and the leaders they elect to represent them.


Unfortunately, when it comes to electing the IACP leadership, we severely limit the ability of those same members to participate in the process.

Currently, the IACP Constitution only allows those members who are physically present at an IACP Annual Conference to vote for candidates for IACP Office. As a result of this restriction, many active IACP members who find themselves unable to attend an annual conference have no opportunity to make their voices heard.