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NTOA conference slated

September 01, 2000  | 

The 17th Annual National Tactical Officers' Association Tactical Operations Course and Conference will take place this month (16th-22nd) in San Bernardino, Calif. Co-hosted by the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department, the event offers 10 tracks of training courses, designed specifically for law enforcement, from negotiators to high-risk patrol. This year's event also features a two-day vendor show and benefit 5K race.

Seattle SWAT, Tulsa (Okla.) P.D., Los Angeles P.D. SWAT and Baltimore Co. (Md.) SWAT will be making presentations at the conference about current issues and the latest tactical techniques.

For more information, call the NTOA at (800) 279-9127 or visit www.ntoa.org.

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