International Union of Police Associations (IUPA)


The INTERNATIONAL UNION of POLICE ASSOCIATIONS (IUPA)

(International HQ: Sarasota, USA) – an International organization, founded and registered in the USA – represented by

Mr. Sam A. Cabral, International President


Rich Roberts, Director
International Union of Police Associations
1549 Ringling Blvd. - 6th Floor
Sarasota, FL 34236-6772
Phone: 941-487-2560
Fax: 941-487-2570
Website: www.iupa.org

Information about special trainings in L.A. and Sacramento (CA), USA in 2017 - 2018

We wish to inform all our members that Dr. Antonio La SALANDRA - IBSSA Master Teacher of Self Defence will organise the following executive protection trainings, close combat and tactical arrest seminars in 2017 - 2018…

See the flyers below:

Official launching of IBSSA Mexico

On the 4th May at 19.00 o’clock at the most exclusive club “Torre Mayor 51 Floor” in Mexico City took place the IBSSA Mexico and EPS (Executive Protection Specialist) certification launching.

Mr. Ivan Ivanovich – Country Representative of IBSSA for Mexico has teamed up with two other IBSSA Instructors and Members – leaders of different security companies in Mexico to create the EPS national certification, which is the first operational certification in Mexico that includes prevention in executive protection together with reactive measures such as defensive driving and shooting.

Report about presenting IBSSA in ASIS Mexico meeting

On the 4th April 2017 Mr. Ivan Ivanovich – the Country Representative of IBSSA for Mexico introduced our international association as well as the EPS (Executive Protection Specialist) certification at the ASIS Mexico meeting, where about 200 top Mexican security leaders and professionals were present.

During this meeting – which takes place monthly – Mr. Ivanovich was talking about IBSSA and the EPS certification, inviting the participants to join us on the 4th May 2017 at the official “IBSSA Mexico” Opening. EPS is the first official certification for bodyguards in Mexico so our members created a big expectation.