Strategic Plan

Strategic Plan2018-10-30T19:17:23+00:00


Translating knowledge into action, the International Association of Law Enforcement Planners will be the professional association of choice for law enforcement planning in the public, private, and academic worlds. We value our active members and engage them through effective communication and quality training.

IALEP 2015-2020 Strategic Plan
Strategic DirectionsStrategic ObjectivesBoard Sponsor(s)Strategy Ideas
1.0 Expanding IALEP1.1 Grow MembershipMelissa Treadaway & Cynthia Sheldon1.1.1 – Establish an IALEP Membership Drive Committee
1.1.2 – Explore Avenues for gaining and retaining members
1.1.3 – Assign mentors to new members
1.1.4 – Provide membership incentives
1.1.5 – Orient new members regarding IALEP resources
1.1.6 – Establish an incentive based recruitment program
1.1.7 – Explore membership structure
1.2 Market IALEPWill Werner & Will Davis1.2.1 – Redesign IALEP Website
1.2.2 Develop and implement an IALEP Marketing Strategy and Brand
1.2.3 – Expand outreach to non-member agencies, including other criminal justice and law enforcement agencies
1.2.4 – Promote IALEP at conferences and expos
1.3 Develop Partnerships1.3.1 – Develop formal, collaborative relationships with academia
1.3.2 – Establish partnerships with related professional organizations
2.0 Valuing Our Members2.1 Encourage Member ParticipationDillon Kraft & Mark Carpenter2.1.1 – Expand membership involvement in organization activities
2.1.2 – Identify Subject Matter Experts in IALEP
2.1.3 – Use member skills inventory to promote continuous improvement
2.1.4 – Promote IALEP as a consulting resource to other agencies
2.1.5 – Update website to enhance communication and information sharing
2.2 Build Organizational CapacityBarry Horrobin & Beth Nielsen2.2.1 – Establish an IALEP Training Committee
2.2.2 – Assess current and future skill training needs
2.2.3 – Develop a training model with recognized educational tracks
2.2.4 – Explore collaborative training with accredited universities
2.2.5 – Explore opportunities for e-learning and other new methods of training
2.2.6 – Develop webinar capabilities
2.2.7 – Expand certification to include entry level “associate”
2.2.8 – Offer visiting fellowships at member organizations
2.2.9 – Review/promote Planning Code of Ethics