Police Chief Elected Vice Chair of International Police Chiefs Committee
Mooresville Police Department Chief of Police Ron Campurciani was recently elected as the Executive Committee Vice Chair of the International Association of Chiefs of Police’s (IACP) Midsize Agencies Division during the 2023 IACP conference in San Diego, California. His term will run two years and conclude at the 2025 IACP conference.
“I am honored to be elected to serve as the Vice Chair of the Midsized Agencies Division by my peers across the country who make up the Midsize Agencies Division,” said Chief Campurciani. The Midsize Agency Division is made up of all police agencies nationally who have between 50-999 sworn officers. “More importantly,” Chief Campurciani noted, “Mooresville will have a voice on issues affecting law enforcement nationally and internationally, from policy to retention, training, technology usage, and more. Mooresville residents and visitors will be the recipients of innovative policing resources and practices from around the globe, and I will be able to bring those best practices to Mooresville as we move forward and grow together as a community.”
Chief Campurciani has spent over 38 years in law enforcement across the country. He joined Mooresville Police Department in 2019, previously serving as the Chief of Police in West Springfield, Massachusetts, and the Executive Director of the Western Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association.
During his career, Chief Campurciani has held many roles, serving as a DEA Task Force agent, an SRT Commander, Officer in Charge of a Narcotics Unit, the Commandant of a Regional Police Academy, and the Head of Internal Affairs, among other specialties. He is a graduate of the 195th Session of the FBI National Academy, where has named the honor graduate and class spokesperson. Along with his roles in law enforcement, Chief Campurciani has also served as adjunct professor at many colleges and universities in Massachusetts and Connecticut.
The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) is the world’s largest and most influential professional association for police leaders. With more than 33,000 members in over 170 countries, the IACP is a recognized leader in global policing, committed to advancing safer communities through thoughtful, progressive police leadership. Since 1893, the association has been serving communities by speaking out on behalf of law enforcement and advancing leadership and professionalism in policing worldwide.
The IACP is known for its commitment to enhancing community safety by shaping the future of the police profession. Through timely research, programming, and unparalleled training opportunities, the IACP is preparing current and emerging police leaders—and the agencies and communities they serve—to succeed in addressing the most pressing issues, threats, and challenges of the day.
The IACP is a not-for-profit 501c(3) organization headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia. The IACP is the publisher of The Police Chief magazine, the leading periodical for law enforcement executives, and the host of the IACP Annual Conference, the largest police educational and technology exposition in the world. IACP membership is open to law enforcement professionals of all ranks, as well as non-sworn leaders across the criminal justice system. For more information, visit theiacp.org.