Thank you for your interest in the fourth International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) webcast, sponsored by SAS.

Through this series of virtual discussions, President Walt McNeil and invited guests discuss issues of import to all law enforcement. The on-demand webcast focuses on the need for increased information flow between state, local, federal and tribal law enforcement agencies and includes a virtual question-and-answer session.

Key Takeaways

  • Discuss information-sharing challenges that confront today's police agencies.
  • Explore innovative approaches on how law enforcement is sharing information.
  • Participate with other IACP members through an innovative and interactive forum.
  • Learn how law enforcement can adapt to the evolving information challenges.


Walter McNeil

Walter McNeil

Chief of Police, Quincy, Florida
President, International Association of Chiefs of Police

Walter McNeil has more than 30 years of law enforcement experience. Before being appointed chief in Quincy, he served as the secretary of the Florida Department of Corrections. Prior to that, McNeil served almost 10 years as police chief of Tallahassee, FL. He holds a master's degree in criminal justice, a bachelor's degree in criminology and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy. McNeil is an active member of the State of Florida Human Trafficking Task Force and served as the 2010 honorary chair of the Florida Leukemia & Lymphoma Society fundraiser.

Kshemendra Paul

Kshemendra Paul

Program Manager
Information Sharing Environment (ISE)

Prior to being appointed to his current position by President Obama, Paul served as the Federal Chief Architect in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), where he led federal enterprise architecture activities and chaired committees responsible for leading initiatives. He is a recognized leader in public sector information sharing and access. Paul began his work in the federal government as the Chief Architect of the Department of Justice in 2005, where he led delivery and initial adoption of the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) across the national public safety, law enforcement and homeland security sectors.


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