Investigative & Security Professionals for Legislative Action

Mission Statement

The mission of ISPLA is to monitor and identify critical legislative and regulatory issues in order to provide a forum for debate and discussion within the investigative and security professions and to serve as an advocate for these professions.

 

Our primary functions include reviewing proposed federal and state laws and regulations in order to identify critical issues; developing policy statements; implementing action plans; serving as a resource to the profession, government and the media; providing a forum for debate and discussion within the investigative and security professions; conducting educational seminars and workshops; preparing “white papers” and position statements; giving testimony before hearings, boards and study groups; identifying third-party stakeholders with mutual interests and acting as their liaison to government; serving as an advocate for or against specific bills and regulations affecting investigative and security professionals; engaging federal and state lawmakers to influence legislation beneficial to the investigative and security professions; and creating and administering a bipartisan federal political action committee.

  


 

                                                         ISPLA

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