ILACP 2019 Annual Conference

April 24-26, 2019
Doubletree Hotel, 1909 Spring, Oak Brook, Illinois

Registration is now open!

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Keynote speaker:

Lt. Col. David Grossman, author of On Killing

Topic: "The Bullet Proof Mind"

 Police officers and soldiers know all about maintaining physical readiness, but it is the mind that must first be properly prepared, the mind that controls the hands, arms, eyes, and ears. From Lt. Col. Grossman, a former Army Ranger and an expert in the field of human aggression and the roots of violence and violent crime, you’ll learn how the body responds to lethal combat, what happens to your blood flow, your muscles, your judgment, memory, vision, and hearing when someone is trying to kill you or attack you. You’ll learn how to keep going and how to prepare your mind for survival instead of defeat.

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In 2030...
An all-star lineup presented on the topic of public safety in 2030 at an all-day program November 15, 2018, at the Homeland Security Center at the College of DuPage. ILACP's Public Private Liaison Committee put the program together.

Top photo, from left: Tony Ramos, P4 Security Solutions; Billy Kewell, Uber; John Shales, BluePoint Alert Solutions; and John Mack, Illinois State Police.

Bottom photo, from left: Lawrence Doria, P4 Security Solutions; Christopher Thornton, Allied Universal Security; William Mancino, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, U.S. Secret Service, Chicago; Jeffrey Sallet, Special Agent in Charge, FBI Chicago; and two ILACP past presidents: Chief James R. Kruger, Jr., Oak Brook, and Chief Frank Kaminski, Park Ridge.

NAACP, ILACP announce
10 historic Shared Principles;
how to adopt them as your own

The Illinois Association of Chiefs of Police (ILACP) and the Illinois NAACP State Conference announced an affirmation of 10 Shared Principles that are designed to bridge the gap of mistrust between police and communities of color. The first of its kind in our nation’s history, the March 22, 2018, agreement between an NAACP state conference and a statewide law enforcement agency identifies the common ground between local law enforcement and communities of color in their commitment to safe communities.

ILACP President Brian Fengel encourages all police departments to adopt these principles as your own and have your department's name added to the list on our website. 

Training Guide for local agencies about Ten Shared Principles

The document itself: Affirmation of Ten Shared Principles

Simple form to declare your adoption of the Shared Principles

List of agencies adopting the Shared Principles

Command magazine article providing more context and background (February 2018)