2015 New Laws
Don't Miss All the New Laws Taking Effect!
Please take time to review the links below containing approximately 150+ bills tracked by the TACP that passed this legislation session of 109th General Assembly. Each bill has a PDF version of the Public Chapter (engrossed law in statute) for to click onto for your convenience. THIS IS WHAT GOES INTO TENNESSEE STATE STATUTE!
You can research other pieces of legislation at http://www.capitol.tn.gov/ and pull public chapters (engrossed version of a passed bill) at http://tnsos.org/acts/PublicActs.109.php and located attorney general’s opinions at http://attorneygeneral.tn.gov/op/opinions.html .
Welcome to the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police website! It is a great honor to serve as the president of such a wonderful association made up of some of the top law enforcement leaders in the nation. As you will see, we are a very active organization with representation on our Board of Directors from across the state of Tennessee.
The TACP directs its resources on several fronts including advocating for legislation that we believe is in the best interest of public safety and the communities we serve, fighting against legislation that we feel will impair the safety of our citizens and law enforcement agencies, providing world class training to our members, promoting and providing an avenue of open communication among law enforcement and leaders across our state, and engaging with representatives of law enforcement and public safety at all levels across Tennessee and nationwide.
We welcome your interest, your membership, and your participation in this prestigious law enforcement organization that is dedicated to serve the professional police executive and is committed to the pursuit of excellence in the field of law enforcement.
Chief Chuck Forbis
Lewisburg Police Department
Dates to Remember
- May 27-29
- July 29-August 1 (Vendor Expo - Knoxville)
- September 30-October 2
- December 2-4
TACP members shall be dedicated to the highest ideals of honor and integrity to maintain the respect and confidence of their government officials, subordinates, the public and their fellow members of law enforcement.