Wisconsin Convention Center
JOIN US IN MILWAUKEE
This rugged and unique city, located on the shores of Lake Michigan, is the perfect backdrop for the NTOA’s premier conference. Dubbed one of the 10 most exciting cities in America, Milwaukee is home to MillerCoors, Harley-Davidson, the soaring Milwaukee Art Museum, and a bustling food and arts scene along its two-mile RiverWalk.
This six-day event is jam-packed with hands-on training, seminars, incident debriefs and opportunities to network with leaders in the law enforcement community. Our two-day trade show features more than 250 vendors showcasing the latest technologies and products.
Since 2009, various companies have supported the NTOA’s annual conference by providing scholarships for law enforcement officers to attend, receive training and network with other officers from around the country and beyond. Again this year in Milwaukee, WI scholarships were offered to those who met the requirements and applied.
What does the scholarship cover?
Scholarships cover the conference registration fee. The scholarship does not cover hotel, travel, per diem or any personal expenses. The conference scholarship is for the full package registration only.
What are the requirements?
- Must hold a current individual membership.(Team/Agency Memberships are not eligible)
- Must fill out the application completely and correctly.
NTOA Conference Training
This portion of the conference is hands-on training designed to teach both core and advanced tactical skill sets and can range from 8 to 32 hours, depending upon the track. These courses may include some classroom lecture, but are mostly interactive and physically demanding. They also require participants to bring their own equipment and firearms to class.
This portion of the conference is lecture-based training, which may include some tabletop exercises and group discussions. Seminar-based courses are typically 2 or 4 hours, and may be offered multiple times throughout the week.
This portion of the conference is lecture-based training, but focuses primarily on lessons learned and current trends affecting our society and the law enforcement community. You will hear firsthand from the officers involved in these situations and how they were handled.