VACP Law Enforcement Symposium 2017
Fredericksburg, VA | April 27 – 28, 2017 | Conferences
The Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police, in partnership with DMV: Virginia Highway Safety Office, invites Virginia law enforcement to attend a symposium April 27-28 in Fredericksburg, VA.
This two-day Symposium, hosted by the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police in partnership with DMV: Virginia Highway Safety Office and the Department of Criminal Justice Services, is open to Virginia law enforcement officers of any rank, from any size agency.
Featured Trainings include:
- Dynamics of Officer/Citizen Encounters
- Body Cameras: Lessons Learned
- Cultural Diversity: Immigration and Policing
- Cutting Edge Issues in Highway Safety and Traffic Enforcement
- 2017 Virginia General Assembly Review and Social Media Issues
Hotel Accomodations & Meeting Location
Fredericksburg Hospitality House Hotel & Conference Center
2801 Plank Road
Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401
A block of rooms has been secured for this training; please refer to the "VA Small Agency Symposium" when making reservations. The symposium rate is $91.00 single/double plus taxes.
The deadline for making reservations in the symposium hotel block is April 11th. After this date, rooms at the $91 rate are not guaranteed.
This training is offered at the reduced rate of $50.00 per person and space is limited.
Registration for the symposium can be done online!
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Conference registrations cancelled on or after April 14th are non-refundable. Unfortunately, this also applies to any unforeseen emergency. The VACP must provide a headcount for attendees and it cannot be reduced after this date, therefore the VACP will still incur charges regardless of the registrant's attendance.
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