Policy Task Force
Everyday there is a new issue facing the public safety community. Whether it’s the opioid crisis, White House Executive Orders, cybersecurity, integrated active shooter response, terrorism, Supreme Court rulings or training and standards issues. These issues continue to challenge public safety, and there is a tremendous amount of work that needs to be done.
The IPSA advocates for the entire public safety community, and we are establishing a new Policy Task Force to work with the IPSA’s Executive Director to identify issues and respond to issues through the development of position statements, model policy development, issues papers and related research and materials to disseminate to the field. The Policy Task Force members will micro-volunteer to address an emerging issue.
The IPSA expects all individuals applying to serve on the Policy Task Force to be dedicated professionals committed to seeing each engagement through completion.
There is no defined term limit for the Policy Task Force. The members will micro-volunteer to address an emerging issue. Individuals will be added and rotated depending on the current policy the IPSA is developing.
Announcement date: July 20, 2018
Policy Issue - Homegrown Violent Extremism
The increasing frequency of unaffiliated active/violent extremists presents an enduring threat to public safety across the world. Violent extremists seem to defy accurate profiling or easily discernible pre-operations activities. A Policy Task Force is being created to develop an Issue Paper for the IPSA. Key dates and details are listed below.
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