The International Association of Chiefs of Police has a long reputation for providing top-notch education on the most pressing law enforcement topics of the day. IACP 2011 was a typically worthwhile opportunity to learn, network, and problem-solve — even if the scene at McCormick Place in Chicago was a little overwhelming.
With over 800 exhibitors and thousands of law enforcement personnel on hand, the event was truly an international event that brought together professionals from all over the world for training, networking and product exposure.
Since its inauguration in 1893, IACP’s annual meeting has been a place to share insights, learn about promising practices and discuss up-and-coming technology. Law enforcement executives come together to continue this tradition by attending training sessions, networking with peers and exploring the state-of-the-art exhibit hall.
I was amazed at the variety of products and services on display. From tactical rifles to software solutions and just about everything in between, the IACP certainly was the place to be to learn about and handle the latest and most cutting edge products available to the law enforcement community.
I talked with hundreds of exhibitors and quickly came to realize that a publication such as The Municipal is not only wanted, but needed as an all-in-one resource for the latest products and trends in the municipal arena as a whole. I was honored to be there. And if I didn’t meet you there, I hope we’ll get acquainted at one of the upcoming gatherings listed on our calendar.
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