Associate Members are professionals in education, criminal justice or other
fields who work closely with law enforcement personnel in the field of crime
analysis. Associate members are nonvoting members and shall not hold elective office. They are entitled to all other rights and privileges of the association but could be excluded from a meeting or 3 portions thereof due to law enforcement confidentiality. .
Redlands Police Department
An application for membership shall be made on IECIAA’s official application form or a copy of the official form. A board member shall review all applications to maintain the association's professional standards. Applications approved by any board member shall be presented to the Executive Board for final approval. A board member shall formally notify applicants of the status of his/her membership.
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Riverside Sheriff's Department
Ontario Police Department
The Executive Board of IECIAA comprises elected officers of the association and the immediate past president of the association. Board Members serve their terms in two year increments.
The president presides at the Executive Board meetings. The Board is responsible for the administrative decisions for the association and pursue the objectives of the association
Fontana Police Department
Student\Intern Members are students who actively taking courses in the
Crime Analysis Certification Program and/or completing the intern program and/or enrolled in any criminal justice and/or related subject. This includes paid, volunteer, and intern positions. Student/Intern members are non-voting members and shall not hold elective office. They are entitled to all other rights and privileges of the association but could be excluded from a meeting or portions thereof due to law enforcement confidentiality.
San Bernardino Sheriff's Department
Inland Empire Crime and Intelligence Analysts Association (IECIAA)
General Members of IECIAA consists of law enforcement professionals
whose primary responsibility involves the analysis of crime or intelligence at
a federal, state, county or city law enforcement agency may join. General
members who have a DOJ CIA (Department of Justice Crime and Intelligence Analysis) certificate may hold office and otherwise participate in all the activities and privileges of the Association. General members are encouraged to take an active part in the Association.