70th ANNUAL SPIAA TRAINING CONFERENCE

July 18-21, 2022

NORTH CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA

AGENDA

LODGING

Embassy Suites by Hilton,  Charleston Airport Hotel & Convention Center



Conference Fees:
Active Member: $250.00
Retiree: $200.00
Non-Member: $300.00

SPEAKERS


REGISTRATION

Karen Cordray, President SPIAA
Deputy Chief
North Charleston Police Department

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 70th Annual Training Conference of the Southern Police Institute Alumni Association in our beautiful city and state of North Charleston, South Carolina.  We have kept our fees low to encourage police departments to take advantage of this opportunity for on-site training.  We will follow all South Carolina COVID guidelines for our in-person event.  Please take a minute to view the agenda, speakers, and our special events for families.  If you have any questions, please contact me at kcordray@northcharleston.org.

FAMILY EVENTS & OUTINGS



Executive Board


PRESIDENT
Karen Cordray

Deputy Chief
North Charleston Police Department

1ST VICE PRESIDENT
Kim Klare

Lieutenant
Erlanger Police Department

2ND VICE PRESIDENT
Kurt Zempel

Captain
Sheboygan Police Department

3RD VICE PRESIDENT
Ed Delmore

Chief of Police
Gulf Shores Police Department

SECRETARY
Miste Strickland

Major
Nash County Sheriff’s Office

TREASURER
Kathy Morgan

Major
Overland Park Police Department

IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT
Alan Bledsoe

Lieutenant
Spartanburg Police Department

Scholarship Fund


Donate to the SPIAA Scholarship Fund through the Dorothy P. Clore or
John C. Klotter Scholarship


The cost for an officer is approximately $7100.  Please help us provide financial assistance to officers attending the SPI.  (Fee amounts provided by SPI.  Check Southern Police Institute's website for updates at http://louisville.edu/spi/courses/aoc/AOC.tuition.info)


You may donate to either the Dorothy P. Clore or to the John C. Klotter Scholarship Fund by check and indicate which fund, or use the online donation link here: Scholarships.

(Read about Dorothy Clore.)



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