Daniel Stuebs Joins the International Association of Chiefs of Police
ARLINGTON, VA – The American Police Officers Alliance, a national political organization, recently announced that Daniel Stuebs, the organization’s Executive Director, has joined the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).
The IACP has been around since 1893 and is the world’s largest and most influential professional association for police leaders. Daniel Stuebs was excited and honored to join the organization. Stuebs said, “the IACP is an amazing organization with a very long history. I’m excited to network with other professionals in the organization and do my part to continue to advance local police issues.”
The American Police Officers Alliance has spent much of the last year engaging voters on the issue of police oversight boards, including the launch of a website completely dedicated to the topic at policeoversightboardfacts.com. Stuebs believes membership with the IACP will help him continue to network and meet professionals that are working with these types of boards.
Stuebs said, “the IACP is a big organization with a lot of members and I’m looking forward to meeting many of them at upcoming events and learning more about their concerns and first-hand experiences working with oversight boards. These one-on-one interactions help us better understand how these boards are impacting the lives of police officers and how we can best help.”
Stuebs said he and other members of the American Police Officers Alliance will be in attendance for the 126th IACP Annual Conference and Exposition in Chicago this October.
The American Police Officers Alliance is a national political organization organized under IRS Section 527. Supporters are made up of police, citizens, organizations and public supporters working together to ensure our nation’s finest and our citizens have a unified voice in politics. To learn more about the organization, visit www.americanpoliceofficersalliance.com.
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