Daniel Rosenblatt To Leave IACP Directorship This Fall


Daniel Rosenblatt, longtime executive director of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, is leaving this year after 25 years with the organization. Rosenblatt told the IACP’s leadership this week that he will depart this fall because it is “time for me to go” and give the largest U.S. police organization an opportunity to plan an orderly transition at the top.

In a letter to current IACP president Mark Marshall, police chief of Smithfield, Va., Rosenblatt said the IACP “has expanded its global reach substantially and regularly provides a forum for law enforcement executives around the world to meet on topics of vital interst to the international policing community.” He noted that the IACP had adopted a new strategic plan. The IACP will hold its annual convention in late October in Chicago.

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