The Indiana Association of Chiefs of Police has been serving the professional needs of those in the field of law enforcement since 1926, and can become a significant part of serving your needs as well.

Benefits -What you gain from joining IACP.

  • Discounts on conference and education program registrations
  • Networking with over 400 law enforcement professionals from around Indiana, providing opportunity to both acquire and share information
  • Complimentary weekly newsletter with timely updates
  • A collective voice and representation to address law enforcement concerns before legislative bodies, regulatory agencies, and the courts
  • Access to the "members only" area of the website which includes the comprehensive Membership Directory

Criteria -What you need to know to be a member of the IACP.

In order to be an active member of the IACP, an individual must be in a sworn command or administrative level position in a law enforcement agency.

IACP Dues Structure

The IACP Dues Structure is based on the number of sworn officers in an agency.

Each agency is entitled to two memberships.

Number of

Sworn Officers

Includes 2


For Each Additional

 Command Member 

For Each Additional

 Administrative Member 

1 - 10 $235 $205 $115
11 - 25 $275 $205 $115
26 - 75 $350 $205 $115
> 75 $460 $205 $115

Town Marshal

<4 Sworn Officers


includes one membership


Law Enforcement Training Academy 

$345 $200 N/A
Proprietary Security $460 $240 N/A


Life 0 N/A N/A