The National Conference of the Association is the highlight of the year in respect of the Association’s role as representing the leadership of the police service. It is an opportunity to debate current issues, share operational experiences and enhance the personal development of delegates.
The conference has an international audience and each year the professionalism of the organisation and quality of the content is developed. This can only be achieved through proper funding of the event if it is to continue as the Association’s show-piece to the world. A great proportion of the funding is provided by supporters of the police service who take the opportunity to market their services and products at the conference. It is well known within the ‘police industry’ that the Superintendents’ conference is the one to attend, both for the networking opportunities and the profile given to exhibitors. This is amply expressed by those companies that wish not only to exhibit but also to sponsor parts of the conference. Many exhibiting companies return year after year and when making comparisons with other police conferences recognise that superintendents are the police commanders that matter.
For details of marketing, exhibition and sponsorship opportunities companies should contact Eamonn Carroll at the National Office on 01189 844005, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Conference 2019 Exhibitors
Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC)
Led by a Director General, Michael Lockwood, the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) oversees the police complaints system in England and Wales. We investigate the most serious matters, including deaths following police contact, and set the standards by which the police should handle complaints. We publish a regular learning the lessons magazine and use learning from our work to influence changes in policing.
Phone – 0300 020 0096
Email – email@example.com
Web – www.policeconduct.gov.uk
Twitter – @policeconduct
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