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Survivors' Education Law Enforcement Trust (SELECT) Scholarship Program

The International Association of Chiefs of Police Foundation is proud to offer the Survivors’ Education Law Enforcement Trust (SELECT) scholarship program. SELECT was established to recognize the contribution made by law enforcement officers killed or permanently disabled in the line of duty. The SELECT program supports the continuing education needs of dependant family members (spouses and children up to age 26) by helping to defray educational costs for undergraduate or graduate studies.


Through the generosity of our donors, three scholarships are available for the upcoming academic year: the Dave Cameron Memorial Scholarship ($1,000), the Charles and Claire Blauer Scholarship ($1,000), and the IACP Foundation Scholarship ($2,500).

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