NJSACOP 105th Annual Training Conf & Police Security Expo (Learn More)

The New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP) will hold the organization’s 105th Annual Training Conference at Resorts Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, June 26-29.

The conference combines prominent speakers and training professionals, high-profile incident reviews, and valuable leadership insights for the police executive.

The Annual Training Conference, held in conjunction with the Police/Security Expo, is the largest annual event held by the NJSACOP. 


This year’s Training Conference will feature two highly anticipated seminars, to be presented by St. Louis County Police Department Chief Jon Belmar, and FBI Special Agent (Ret.) Michael Bret Hood of 21st Century Learning & Consulting, LLC.

Chief Belmar will be presenting the first seminar, entitled “Ferguson, Missouri: Providing Effective Leadership in a Crisis Situation” on Tuesday, June 27th.

Chief Belmar’s presentation will include the lessons learned following the events in Ferguson and how police leaders can prepare for similar events in their communities.

FBI Special Agent (Ret.) Michael Bret Hood of 21st Century Learning & Consulting, LLC.

The second seminar, “Sustaining Motivation by Being a Transformational Leader”, will be conducted by SA Hood.

During the interactive presentation, participants will learn ways to leverage automatic human behaviors to increase employee engagement and intrinsic motivation.

The Association’s Installation Banquet will be held on Wednesday, June 28.

A highlight of the Installation Banquet is the presentation of the NJ Police Chiefs Foundation “Valor Awards.”

Each year, the Valor Award is presented to law enforcement officers who have gone over and above the call of duty to help their fellow citizens at the peril of their own safety.

The outgoing Board President, North Plainfield Chief William Parenti will give his final speech as Association President, and the incoming president, Maple Shade Chief Gary Gubbei, will take the oath of office. 

The Police/Security Expo, held in conjunction with the Annual Training Conference, will be open June 27 and 28.

(Learn More about the Police Security Expo, in Atlantic City, NJ. Courtesy of YouTube)

It has been named as one of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Shows in the Trade Show Industry and has been previously included in the Top 100 Trade Shows in North America.

Over 650 vendors and 7,500 attendees will converge on the Atlantic City Convention Center to view and try out the latest in tools, technology, hardware and software for the police and security professional. 

New Jersey Police Chiefs FoundationThe New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police is a professional membership organization serving New Jersey’s law enforcement and private security executives.

The Association’s core mission is to promote and enhance the highest ethical and professional standards in law enforcement at all levels throughout New Jersey.

For more information on NJSACOP or the 105th Annual Training Conference, please visit www.NJSACOP.org.

NJ Memorial Service for Officers Killed in Line of Duty

Also – please join the New Jersey Police Chiefs Foundation at the 33rd Annual New Jersey Law Enforcement Memorial Service for law enforcement officers who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty over the past year, as well as all the heroes who have been lost over the years.

This annual tribute will be held at the historic Great Auditorium in Ocean Grove, New Jersey at 11 AM on Tuesday, May 23, 2017 

(Courtesy of the NJ State Association of Chiefs of Police and YouTube)

The memorial service brings together the entire law enforcement community and the public for a day of solemn remembrance.

All members of the law enforcement community, family, friends, the press and the public at large are welcome and greatly encouraged to attend. 

No RSVP is required. 


For additional information, please contact the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police State Office at 856.334.8943 or njsacop@njsacop.org.