who lent their time and talent to summit planning and execution. Their efforts were instrumental in creating a successful summit and this resultant report, containing the summit results and recommendations. We thank: The Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) for its vision in understanding the importance of leadership and leader development in police organizations as well as its generous financial support of the summit. We are particularly thankful to Director Carl Peed and the COPS summit liaison to the IACP, Rob Chapman, for their leadership. The summit coordinator, Mr. Paul Santiago, whose efforts brought focus and drive to summit planning and execution making the summit a reality. Mr. Santiago has functioned as the project director of IACP’s leadership efforts over the past four years. The IACP staff who worked tirelessly to develop and bring to fruition the myriad details necessary to make a summit work. Individuals, too numerous to list here, are listed at Appendix E at the end of this report. Robert C. Fisher of Facilitation and Conflict Management Services who trained facilitation teams and kept the conference on track
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