Annual Training Conference - Police/Security Expo
THE NEW JERSEY STATE ASSOCIATION OF CHIEFS OF POLICE
The 2020 Annual NJSACOP Training Conference & Police-Security Expo have been rescheduled for 25 - 26 August at the Atlantic City Convention Center
In light of ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) public health emergency, the 108th NJSACOP Annual Training Conference & Police Security Expo has been rescheduled for August 25-26, 2020 (conditions permitting).
Both the Police Security Expo and the Annual Conference of the NJ State Association of Chiefs of Police will take place at the A.C. Convention Center. Full details of the Conference agenda will be released and forwarded in the near future.
In the meantime, please be assured that the health and safety of our members, exhibitors, attendees, partners, employees, and all of our stakeholders remain our highest priority.
New Conference Registration information and forms will be available shortly - previously registered attendees will be contacted directly by the NJSACOP State Office.
Hotel registrations made with Resorts for the June NJSACOP Conference dates have been cancelled.
Mark your calendars, and visit the NJSACOP homepage and the Police-Security Expo website for future updates.
Each year, the NJSACOP convenes the organization's largest and most important event - the Annual Training Conference and Police/Security Expo.
The Conference combines prominent speakers and training professionals, high-profile incident reviews, and valuable leadership insights for the police executive with social functions, highlighted by the Installation Banquet.
The Annual Conference is also a time to learn, share ideas, establish a communications network, and renew friendships.
The emotional high point of the Installation Banquet is the NJSACOP Valor Awards, presented to law enforcement officers and civilians who have gone over and above the call of duty to help their fellow citizens at the peril of their own safety or even life.
The Annual Police/Security Expo is one of the largest law enforcement-related tradeshows in North America.
Over 650 vendors and 7,500 attendees converge on the Atlantic City Convention Center for two days to view and tryout the latest in tools, technology, hardware and software for the police and security professional.