Washington-based International Association of Chiefs of Police was established in 1893, and has more than 20,000 members from 100 countries.
What does IACOP stand for?
IACOP stands for International Association of Chiefs of Police (Alexandria, VA)
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- International Association of Correctional Officers
- International Aviation Consulting
- Independent Armored Car Operators Association, Inc
- Institute for Alternative Community Development (Japan)
- International Agency for Cooperation on Development (Switzerland)
- International Association of Crusty Old Jakes (firefighters; est. 1999)
- International Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement
- International Advisory Committee on Marine Sciences
- International Armaments Cooperative Opportunities Plan
- Information Assurance Certification or Accreditation (US DoD)
- Instituto de Assessoria As Comunidades Remanescentes de Quilombo (Portuguese: Institute Advisory Board to the Remnants of Quilombo; Brazil)
- Italian-American Club of Somers (New York)
- Independent Association of Continental Pilots
- Institute of Applied Chemical Physics (Kurchatov Institute; Moscow, Russia)
- Integrated Assembly and Configuration Panel
- Inter-Agency Contingency Plan (various organizations)
- International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
- International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists
- International Aerosol Climatology Project
Samples in periodicals archive:
The International Association of Chiefs of Police is extremely satisfied at its work with the Southeast Europe Police Chiefs Association, said IACP international director Paul Santiago.
Though Congress passed an act in 1870 calling for the attorney general to gather crime statistics for the United States, the framework for collecting these statistics was missing until the formation of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) in 1893.
Excerpt from the Law Enforcement Code of Ethics International Association of Chiefs of Police The duty of serving our Nation as a law enforcement officer can be dangerous.
An article in the June issue of Police Chief a publication of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, provided the information on the first purchase of stab-resistant vests through the DOJ Program to its wide audience of corrections and public s afety officials.