Copswest 2016

2016-10-03 - 2016-10-06
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COPSWEST Training & Expo provides public safety officials of all ranks and agency sizes an opportunity to explore the newest technology, learn from industry leaders and network with current and future leaders from throughout California and beyond. All ranks from public safety agencies and government departments are encouraged to attend the four-day event featuring 3-days of educational training sessions, a 2-day Expo, Charity BBQ cook-off, K-9 competition and Range Day!Each day draws interest with networking events, receptions, CPOA?s annual awards luncheon and more.?ExpoExplore?250+ exhibitors?offering the newest products, services and technology in public safety to meet all of your agency?s needs. Products offered range from weapons to gear to software and more.?Employees of public safety agencies, and city, county, state or federal departments can attend the exposition portion of the event?for free. Those who actively purchase from vendors at the expo or wish to walk the show with the intent of exhibiting in the future can register to attend for a small fee.
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Public safety employees at agency, city, county, state and federal levels are all encouraged to attend this exclusive event produced by law enforcement and?for law enforcement.?Identification is required to enter the show. All public safety employees enjoy the expo portion of the event for free.?Private sector employees who actively purchase from exhibitors at the expo and those wishing to walk the show with the intent of exhibiting in 2015 are required to pay $25 for entry to the show.CPOA reserves the right to refuse ineligible registrations.
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Who exhibits??Industry leaders for the law?enforcement?sector in areas such as:?? Weapons and Ammunition? Surveillance? Education and Training? Communications? Correctional and Custodial Supplies? Uniforms and Tactical Gear? Facilities? Software and Information Technology??Vehicles and Specialty Units? and many more!

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