Fellow Profile

Fellow

Audrey Eisemann

Audrey-Eisemann

Focus Areas: Violence

International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)

Alexandria, VA

Fellow

Audrey Eisemann

Audrey serves as a Project Coordinator at the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) with a focus on community-police engagement, alternatives to arrest, front-end diversion, and victim advocacy. Through the MacArthur Safety and Justice Challenge, which focuses on the reduction of local jail populations, she develops resources, including the forthcoming Working Towards Safety and Justice Through Police & Prosecutor Partnerships publication. She also facilitates training and technical assistance on promising practices that law enforcement and communities can employ to meet their jail reduction goals, while prioritizing public safety. Additionally, Audrey coordinates the Enhancing Community Trust: Proactive Approaches to Domestic & Sexual Violence initiative, a project that is currently deploying a self-assessment tool within six law enforcement agencies to evaluate and enhance their response to sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, and strangulation. 

The International Association of Chiefs of Police‚Äôs (IACP) mission is dedicated to advancing the law enforcement profession through service to and development of current and future leaders in the field. IACP has a wide variety of federally and privately funded initiatives focused on reducing violence in communities, supporting victims of violence, and helping officers who are exposed to violence.