- Law Enforcement Interactions with Canines: Proper handling of canines during law enforcement encounters to prevent, mitigate, and reduce the need for the use of deadly force.
- Recording Police Activity: Guidance for dealing with situations in which they are being recorded, to include photographing, videotaping, audiotaping, or both, by members of the public or the press. For more information on the IACP’s Public Recording of Police Project, supported by the COPS Office, please visit www.theiacp.org/prop.
- Unbiased Policing: These documents, updated in conjunction with Ms. Lorie Fridell, aim to ensure that persons having contact with members law enforcement agencies are treated in a fair, impartial, equitable, and objective manner, in accordance with law, and without consideration of their individual demographics. Note: Lorie Fridell has worked closely with Kansas on the Anti-Biased Based Policing initiatives.
- Vehicle Pursuits: Developed with the assistance of the IACP Highway Safety Committee, establish guidelines for the initiation and continuation of vehicular pursuits, to include pursuit operations, pursuit tactics, supervisory responsibilities, and interjurisdictional pursuits.
The IACP has announced several new model policies available to IACP members:
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