There are now more reasons than ever to attend POLICE-TREXPO West, March 29-31, 2010 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, Calif.
You'll experience a bigger and broader conference and expo with the merging of POLICE Magazine and TREXPO.
POLICE-TREXPO will be held in conjunction with the California Association of Police Training officers (CAPTO) and the International School of Tactical Medicine, and co-located with the Campus Safety Conference.
Discounts are available for full conference passes at a recession buster price of only $99.
4. Free Keynote Presentation
A free keynote presentation, "New Force Science Finding Into the Human Dynamics of Deadly Force and Other High Stress Encounters," will be presented by Dr. Bill Lewinski, co-founder and executive director of the Force Science Institute.
5. Free Expo
At POLICE-TREXPO's free expo you'll have the opportunity to purchase state-of-the-art gear, apparel, weapons and technologies, vehicles, services, and equipment right on the show floor from the exhibitors at special discounted prices.
6. Free Range Day
Join your peers for a day at the range. Test the most advanced weaponry, have a free lunch, and talk with the suppliers of the weapons you will be testing.
7. POLICE Magazine Reception
Network with the best and enjoy complimentary drinks, food, contests, and prizes at the POLICE Magazine reception.
Gain valuable intel and learn new tactics and techniques from top law enforcement trainers by attending the conference. This is real-world knowledge and training that you can use on the job.
9. Products and Services
You'll experience the most comprehensive array of law enforcement products and services imaginable in one place at one time.
10. Face Time
You'll benefit from face-to-face interaction with colleagues who face similar challenges and who will share real-world experiences with you.
For more information visit www.TREXPO.com.
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