135th Annual Training Conference & Expo - July 20-23, 2013 - Corpus Christi, Texas
The Sheriffs of Texas began Annual Training Conferences in 1878. These Training Conferences today are the largest composite gathering of law enforcement officers in Texas.
Nowhere else will you receive this assortment of specialized training for the Texas Peace Officer! Through informative General Sessions, often taught by National Speakers, to specialized topics in the concurrent training sessions, you will gain valuable information on technology, issues and problems facing Texas Peace Officers today. You also will not want to miss the opportunity to meet with your law enforcement colleagues to share and discuss issues that you encounter every day.
In addition to the abundance of training hours, you will also get to shop in one convenient spot. With a record number of vendors exhibiting at the conference, you are able to learn about the new and innovative products that are available for peace officers.
While you are busy getting training, your family can enjoy the fun events we have planned for them. In the past, spouse events have included shopping trips, fashion shows, wine tours and much more. The youth will stay busy at water parks, roller skating, bowling, laser tag, etc.
Spouse/Guest Attendee Information **DO NOT USE THIS SECTION FOR CONFERENCE PARTICIPANT REGISTRATION**
Spouse/Guest Registration Fee is $50.00 per Registration. Any young adult, age 17 Years or older, must be registered to partcipate in Conference Activities (Welcome Reception/Lunches/Banquet). Registered Youth between ages 6-16 may only participate in youth activities due to safety and liability concerns.
Youth Attendee Information
Youth Attendee must be 6 to 16 Years old at time of Conference. The registration Fee is $25.00 per youth. Be sure to include first and last names, birthdate, age, and t-shirt size above. A badge will be given to each youth who is registered. This badge will be their entry for the youth meals and activities and must be worn at all times.