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     Now is the time to register for the 2016 Annual Training Conference. This year, we're presenting a very positive message in presenting some very special guest to promote "Integrity in Leadership through Community Values".

    There will be over 140 Exhibitors at the conference on Tuesday for the Law Enforcement Products and Services Showcase. Now is the time to see all of the new products and services these folks represent. This day is set aside from 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM for all of to see. There is no cost to attend the exhibits. The only requirement is that you must be law enforcement or accompanied by a representative of law enforcement.
OACP 40th Annual
Training Conference and  ExhibitorShowcase 
ARDMORE, OKLAHOMA
JUNE 27TH - JUNE 29TH
Who Attends  Our Conference?
Chief Law Enforcement Executives
Administrative Support
& Command Staff

MUNICIPAL  -   CAMPUS - CORPORATE SECURITY
CORRECTIONS  EXECUTIVES  - COUNTY SHERIFFS
   DISTRICT ATTORNEYS - FEDERAL  LAW ENFORCEMENT - STATE LAW ENFORCEMENT - TRIBAL LAW ENFORCEMENT   SECURITY EXECUTIVES -   NON-PROFITS AND ASSOCIATION
INFORMATION
Mr. Gordon Graham serves as President of Lexipol, LLC. Mr. Graham has been actively involved in law enforcement since 1973. Mr. Graham spent nearly ten years as a very active motorcycle officer. In 1982, he served at Sergeant and also admitted to the California State Bar and opened his law offices in Los Angeles....... read more
MONDAY, JUNE 27th  8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Lunch Provided  8 Hours CLEET Certification
Gordon Graham
President of Lexipol LLC
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29th  8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Lunch Provided  4 Hours CLEET Certification
Lieutenant Gerald Lohr
St. Louis County Police Department
He joined the St. Louis County Police Department in 2001. He served in the Affton-Southwest precinct from 2001-2006. He became a member of the Community Action Team where he served in all of the precincts in St. Louis County. In 2007, he was reassigned to the Tactical Operations Unit where he was responsible...read more
Officer of the Year
Officer Abraham Woelfel,
Lawton Police Department

Medal of Valor
Officer James Hill,
Midwest City Police Department
Officer Randy Tanner,
Tahlequah Police Department
SGT. Joey Laughhead,
Oklahoma City Police Department
SGT. Edward Mosier,
Oklahoma City Police Department

Life Saving Award
Officer Collin Ney,
Lawton Police Department
Agent Brandon Powell,
Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
Agent James Rae,
Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
Officer Matthew Ives,
OU Health Science Center Police Department
Officer Josh Sanders,
Oklahoma City Police Department
Officer Tom Maness,
Oklahoma City Police Department
Officer Gregory Salyers,
Oklahoma City Police Department
SGT Houston Dilbeck,
Oklahoma City Police Department

Award of Commendation
Officer Lacy Keel,
Coweta Police Department
Det. SGT. Aaron Randall,
Edmond  Police Department
Officer Justin Sappington,
Cushing  Police Department
Officer Michael Bruggman,
Cushing Police Department
Det. Austin Benton,
Lawton Police Department
Det. Troy Durham,
Lawton Police Department
Lt. Eric Carter,
Lawton Police Department
SGT. Patrick Bellamy,
Lawton Police Department
Dispatch Supervisor Jessica Carter,
Lawton Police Department
Security Officer Allen Ligon,
OU Health Science Center Police Department
Lt. Brad Carroll,
OU Health Science Center Police Department
Officer Payton,
OU Health Science Center Police Department
Lt Jeffrey Treat,
Oklahoma City Police Department
SGT. Phil Paz,
Oklahoma City Police Department
SGT Jennifer Wardlow,
Oklahoma City Police Department
Congratulations
to the
2016
Law Enforcement Challenge Winners.

Click here to view list!