Community Policing—Partnerships for the New Millenium

ILJ has coordinated many national events highlighting the law enforcement strategies and operations characterized as community policing. These conferences are often attended by 700 or more police leaders, local government executives, and researchers in the justice field (both from around the U.S. and abroad). The agendas typically cover subjects like targeted use of technology to implement community policing in agencies, strategic planning for community approaches to law enforcement, evaluation of community policing operations and performance measures, aspects of street level drug enforcement, use of civil remedies, union perspectives, tactics against family violence, and international policing.

In addition to the conferences described above, ILJ has organized, managed, and produced publications for national and regional conferences on corporate investment in justice solutions, restorative justice, Asian organized crime, international money laundering, gang violence and prosecution, victimization of the elderly, and intervention drug courts.