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The 2022 NY Leadership Summit will be held at the Queensbury Hotel in Glens Falls, NY on November 9th and 10th, 2022. Register here.

The cost to register is $175.00. Hotel rooms are available at the Queensbury Hotel at a reduced rate of $109.00 a night, you can call the hotel at 518-792-1121 to make reservations. Be sure to tell them you are with the NYSACOP training event to get the reduced rate. This year’s summit will have a focus on gun violence and gun intelligence. The Leadership Summit is designed to maximize your time, it is a short event packed with training. We begin registration at 10:00 am on Wednesday November 9th, lunch is provided at noon, and we begin training at 1:00 pm and train all afternoon. Dinner is provided that evening. The next morning, we provide breakfast, train all morning, and wrap up at noon. Lunch is also provided so you can eat before you head back or bring it with you. I hope that you can join us for this event it promises to be a special event. The Leadership Summit is co-sponsored by NYSACOP and the New York State Sheriffs Association. The event is intended for members of NYSACOP, members of NYSSA, and non members who are police chiefs, sheriffs, or command level officers.

The New York State Association of Chiefs of Police has proven throughout the years to the people of this State that we are united, not only for the advancement of the general welfare of the police profession, but more specifically:

  • for the purpose of maintaining law and order,
  • for the improvement and professionalization of law enforcement,
  • to advocate and promote reforms in the laws in association and collaboration with the Legislature,
  • for the safety, protection and general welfare of all our citizens,
  • and to assist in and facilitate the administration of criminal justice on national, state and local levels.