NSA REGISTRATION INFORMATION
Each paid full attendee registration includes admission to all exhibits, general sessions, the Welcome Reception, seminars, Sunday networking lunch, Monday breakfast in the hall, Hill Day and the closing President’s Reception.
Payment or purchase order must accompany each registration form for the registration to be processed.
Full Attendee: $595.00
Spouse/Significant Other: $245.00
Training Sessions are separate registrations, are 2 or 8 hour sessions, and should not be confused with the seminars held as part of the conference. To register for a Training Session, select the Training option on the landing page. For all Training attendees, transportation, housing, and meals are the responsibility of the participant.
FLETC HOMELAND SECURITY LEADERSHIP ACADEMY (DHSLA) CERTIFICATION
The Department of Homeland Security Leadership Academy (DHSLA) is the result of a shared vision of FLETC and the National Sheriffs’ Association (NSA), to establish a professional development venue for state, local and tribal law enforcement leaders to explore contemporary issues impacting homeland security and law enforcement operations and better prepare state and local law enforcement leaders (present and future), for complex, inter jurisdictional active shooter/mass casualty events, as well as other homeland security related challenges facing law enforcement leadership. This training is designed for command staff and other state, local, and tribal law enforcement leadership. The 8-hour follow-up training session at NSA’s Annual Conference, plus the two-week program at FLETC, results in a Homeland Security Certification issued by NSA. It is Free but you must register. It will be held on Sunday, February 6 from 9:00am – 5:00pm.
BELOW 100 TRAINING
The mission of Below 100 is to reduce law enforcement line-of-duty deaths to fewer than 100 per year. Below 100 Training aims to eliminate preventable line-of-duty law enforcement officer deaths and serious injuries through training designed to focus on areas under an officer’s control. These areas of focus, include getting LEOs to wear a seat belt and a vest; to watch their speed; to stay present and to focus on what’s important now; and to remember that complacency kills. It is FREE but you must register. It will be held Sunday, February 6 from 1:30pm – 3:30pm.