IACP and DynCorp to Bestow “Civilian Law Enforcement-Military Cooperation” Award

IACP/DynCorp International Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Award

This award recognizes excellence in law enforcement cooperation between civilian and military law enforcement agencies for innovative joint efforts that lead to improvement in public safety for both military and civilian communities. Narrative submissions will be judged by a subcommittee of civilian and military members of the Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Committee (CLEMCC).

Winners of the IACP/DynCorp International Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Award will be honored at the CLEMCC Luncheon during the IACP’s 117th Annual Conference in Orlando, Florida (October 26th 2010). Please see the Award Application Guide below for more information.

Deadline for 2010 submissions is May 17, 2010.

Related Files:

2010 Award Application Guide (PDF)

Related Links:

Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Committee (CLEMCC)

Contact:

Arnold Daxe Jr., 1-800-843-4227 x817 or daxe@theiacp.org

Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Committee (CLEMCC)

The Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Committee (CLEMCC) shall act as a liaison agency between military law enforcement and civilian law enforcement. The goal of the committee shall be to foster a closer relationship between the civilian and military law enforcement disciplines so that each discipline can take mutual advantage of the other’s skills, knowledge, training research and development, and equipment in the law enforcement field for the benefit of the people who are served.

In recognition of this cooperative spirit, the committee introduced in 2009: The IACP/DynCorp International Civilian Law Enforcement – Military Cooperation Award. This award will recognize excellence in cooperation between civilian and military law enforcement agencies for innovative joint efforts that lead to improvement in public safety for both military and civilian communities. The award will be presented annually at the IACP Annual Conference to both participants. More information about the award, including application guidelines may be found by clicking here.

For more information, contact Arnold Daxe, staff liaison.

http://theiacp.org/About/Governance/Committees/CivilianLawEnforcementMilitaryCooperation/tabid/388/Default.aspx

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