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The Executive Development Institute (EDI) is a program sponsored by the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) to train current and newly appointed executives on law enforcement leadership and management topics pertaining to a campus environment.  The target audience is managers with the following titles: chief of police, director of public safety, director of security, and command personnel such as captain or assistant director being considered for promotion. The majority of law enforcement training resources and organizational attention is primarily directed to recruits, and then to supervisory, specialty and in-service training.  For campus law enforcement executives, there are few, if any, programs tailored to address the demands of a campus environment.


IACLEA is proud to, once again, offer EDI which will take place March 7-10, 2016 (arrival on March 6th) on the campus of Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ.  Learn more about the EDI Curriculum Objectives.  The 2016 Schedule is currently under construction and will be released soon, but topics will include:

  • Building Your Leadership Capacity
  • Facilitating Change
  • Lessons on Privilege and Bias
  • Managing Generations in the Workplace, and more!


EDI 2016 Program Information

Registration, Program Schedule & Session Descriptions

Download the registration form here.  Online registration will be available soon; check back shortly!


Facility: Arizona State University (ASU) Tempe Campus

The EDI Program will take place at Memorial Union on the ASU Tempe Campus located at 301 E. Orange St., Tempe, AZ 85287-0901.  Located in the center of campus, the Memorial Union features dozens of dining options, ATMs and full-service banking operations, meeting space, lounge and study space, a full-service salon, copy center, and market. IACLEA EDI 2016 will meet in: Mohave Room - 2nd floor (MU 236).


Hotel: The Graduate Hotel - Tempe
225 East Apache Boulevard
Tempe, AZ 85281

IACLEA has reserved a block of rooms at the Graduate Hotel – Tempe at a discounted rate of $179.00 plus tax per night single occupancy.  Discounted rooms are available starting Sunday March 6, 2016 and ending Thursday March 10, 2016.  Book by February 5, 2016 to guarantee the discount rate and room availability. Rate includes: complimentary on-site parking, airport and local shuttle services, and in room Wi-Fi.  IACLEA will sponsor your daily breakfast at the Hotel.


Click to make your reservation and check to make sure that the Group Code: IACLEA EDI is entered. If you prefer to make reservations by telephone, you can call the reservations department at: (480) 967-9431 and ask for the IACLEA EDI program to receive the group rate and breakfast coupons.


The Graduate Hotel is located on ASU Tempe Campus and is just 2-3 blocks walk from the ASU Memorial Union and Mohave Meeting Room #236 2nd Floor where the IACLEA EDI 2016 program will be held.  Visit for more information on the hotel and a list of services.


Airport: Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport: (PHX)
3400 E Sky Harbor Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ 85034

Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport features all major airline carriers including Southwest and JetBlue.  Complimentary Hotel – Airport Shuttle Service is available (advanced reservations required).


Area Highlights

A vibrant urban oasis in Metropolitan Phoenix, Tempe exudes its own personality. Refreshingly offbeat, Tempe’s a fun town that hosts family-friendly festivals, welcomes outdoor activities and is the proud home of Arizona State University. Tempe cares about community, stresses an active lifestyle and emphasizes a laid-back atmosphere. Here, you’ll find the sports you love, the shopping you crave, the culture you enjoy, the food you’ll want to share, and hospitality worth your next update on Facebook.  Learn more here.


Seeking Sponsors & Scholarship Supporters

IACLEA is currently seeking sponsors willing to support the EDI program, as well as those interested in offering tuition-scholarships for attendees.  Please contact Susan Koczka for further information at: