The NSA Annual Conference and Exhibition is one of the largest of its kind and displays products and equipment relevant to every facet of police work, jails, prisoner transport, and courtroom security.
Seminars & Training
There are over 60 Seminars and Workshops covering all aspects of the duties and responsibilities for sheriffs' offices, including, but not limited to Law Enforcement, Jail Operations, Service of Process, Transportation of Prisoners, and Court & Judicial Security.
The exhibit hall will present close to 500 exhibit booths and will include a very diverse group ranging from weapons, universities, electronics, vehicles, clothing, commissary, forensics, government agencies, and more.
Provides a platform for lively debate on issues that matter most. â€¨Training and exhibits are second to noneâ€¨. Sheriffs from across the country network to develop solutions to common problems. â€¨NSA presents the latest in programs and training in crime fighting techniques
Your products and services are of immediate interest to our membership and conference attendees.â€¨ Sheriffs have buying power and authority for their counties. This is your opportunity to make valuable contacts and develop relationships on the exhibit hall floor. Industry suppliers from across the country recognize that it is the place to be to reach the buying power of the nation's sheriffs.
EXPOSE YOUR PRODUCTS AND SERVICES TO TOP DECISION MAKERS!
Sheriffs have buying power and authority for their counties. This is your opportunity to make valuable contacts and develop relationships on the exhibit hall floor.
Chartered in 1940, the National Sheriffs' Association is a professional association dedicated to serving the Office of Sheriff and its affiliates through police education, police training, and general law enforcement information resources. NSA represents thousands of sheriffs, deputies and other law enforcement, public safety professionals, and concerned citizens nationwide.
Through the years, NSA has provided programs for Sheriffs, their deputies, chiefs of police, and others in the field of criminal justice to perform their jobs in the best possible manner and to better serve the people of their cities, counties or jurisdictions.