The Oregon Peace Officers Association will be holding its Annual Conference and Awards Banquet from November 2nd - 4th, 2016. The event will be held at Spirit Mountain Resort in Grand Ronde, Oregon.
This year’s annual conference will help fulfill your F-21 as well as intermediate and advanced leadership requirements!
Join us as Travis Yates of SAFETAC will present “Courageous Leadership”. Travis Yates has over 20 years of law enforcement experience, is a former International Training of the Year, a founding member of the below 100 Initiative and the Chief Editorial Advisor for Law Officer magazine.
The OPOA is currently accepting nominations for individuals in the law enforcement community who have distinguished themselves, their agencies and the profession, within the past year. The recipients will be honored at the Annual Awards Banquet held on the evening of Friday, November 4, 2016. Please consider whether one or more members of your agency or any other law enforcement professional you know deserves a nomination. Nominations are due by August 15, 2016.
On February 5, 2016, Sergeant Jason Goodding lost his life in the line of
duty. In honor of Jason, a golf tournament has been created. The golf tournament we be held annually with the hope of providing an opportunity for all of Jason's Families, as well as
those who did not get the privilege to meet Jason, to connect and spread
Jason's gigantic smile. 100% of the proceeds of this year's golf
tournament will benefit Jason's wife and daughters. The tournament will be held on July 22, 2016 at Quail Valley Golf Course. To register for the tournament, please visit the website at: http://www.gooddinggolftournament.com/.
OPOA is pleased to announce a new and exciting partnership with the Oregon Law Enforcement Memorial Trust Fund (501 (c) 3). The OLEMTF manages the funds raised by the sale of the Oregon Fallen Public Safety Officer License Plate. This collaboration will provide additional training to Oregon's law enforcement, corrections and dispatch personnel which will improve officer safety and well-being. The conference is sponsored by the proceeds raised by the sale of the Oregon Fallen Public Safety Officer License Plates.
The Oregon Peace Officers Association is dedicated to providing quality, affordable law enforcement training to the LE professionals around our state. We offer trainings on a full range of law enforcement topics & will do our best to find or create what you need!
The OPOA prides itself on recognizing the heroes among us. We conclude our yearly training conference each November with an awards banquet that draws hundreds from around Oregon to do just that. View our Upcoming Trainings!