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 The NYSACOP annual training conference will take place this year on July 25th through July 28th , 2021 at the Queensbury Hotel in beautiful Glens Falls, NY.

If you have questions about the conference call Pat Phelan at 585-880-2144.

We hope to see you there!

 

For Members to register for the Conference and reserve lodging, log into the members-only area

For Vendor Registration, click on the following link: https://nysacop.memberclicks.net/vendorregistration2021

For Vendor lodging information and to reserve a room, call 518-792-1121 (press 1) OR click on the following link: New Reservation (bookonthenet.net) 

Use the reservation code "NYSACP21"  

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.
 

Statement from Chief Patrick D. Phelan, NYSACOP President

 The New York State Association of Chiefs of Police is a dedicated family of New York law enforcement leaders.  As such, we collectively denounce in the strongest terms, the illegal behavior that led to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, MN.   It is heartbreaking for us to see the conduct of a few individuals tarnish the honorable work of an overwhelming majority of dedicated police officers.  The members of the New York State Association of Chiefs of Police and their officers strive for ethical excellence and procedural justice every day in service to our communities.  While we support peaceful and productive protests in search of social justice, we condemn illegal and violent behavior that result in personal injuries on our streets and the destruction of property in our neighborhoods.  As civil unrest continues in many of our cities, we pray for the safety of all police officers and the public who we serve across New York. 

We further pledge that we will work collectively with our community partners to address their concerns and repair the legitimacy of law enforcement in the eyes of all the people we serve.