Police, APF chiefs in USA for IACP meetThe conference will discuss challenges faced by police organisations world over and ways to tackle them
Chiefs of the Nepal Police and the Armed Police Force (APF) will attend the 123rd Annual Conference and Exposition of International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) being held in California, USA, from October 15 till 18.
Inspector General of Police Upendra Kanta Aryal and APF Inspector General Durja Kumar Rai left for the USA to participate in the conference on Thursday. They are being accompanied by Additional Inspector General (AIG) duo from Nepal Police Surendra Bahadur Shah and Kedar Prakash Saud, and APF AIG Sailendra Khanal.
Statements released by the Nepal Police and the APF said the conference will discuss challenges faced by police organisations world over and ways to tackle them. It will discuss on improving relationships between police and community and ways to curb new form of crimes committed through the use of technologies.
The event will present papers on critical incident management, crisis intervention, law enforcement technology, combating violent extremism/terrorism, officer health and wellness and police recruitment, among others.
According to IACP, the event brings together many famous speakers and other special events will be staged. It will have “the largest collection of tactical equipment and technology solutions available for law enforcement.”
The IACP is a professional association of law enforcement agencies worldwide.