Sudue leads government security delegation to IACP Conference in US
By Lincoln G. Peters
The Inspector General of the Liberia National Police (LNP) Col. Patrick Toe Sudue has led a joint security force at the International Association of Chief of Police (IACP) Conference in the United States of America.
Those in the delegation included the Commissioner General of the Liberia Immigration Service, Col. Robert W. Budy and Col. Marcus D. Zehyoue, Director General of the Drugs Enforcement Agency.
They are currently in the United States of America attending the IACP Annual Conference in Dallas, Texas, the United States of America.
The IACP Annual Conference sessions began from October 15 and lasted up to October 18, 2022. It is the largest and most significant Law Enforcement event in the world which brings together more than 16,000 public safety professionals to acquire new techniques, advance their knowledge and careers.
This year’s training focused on building network skills and using effective tools to enhance effective policing which serves as a source for excellence.
The IACP will spend four days educating and networking, while the exposition hall will be opened Sunday -Tuesday during the conference with over 600 vendors available to showcase modern technologies in Police Service and Logistical equipment to improve law enforcement operations and professions the world over.
The LNP leadership and heads of Joint Security institutions are expected to coordinate and network with other heads of security institutions around the world aimed at enhancing the proficiency and effectiveness of officers.