The annual Problem-Oriented Policing Conference is often described by attendees as the most substantive policing conference they've ever attended. Each year, police officers and police leaders, and all the ranks in between, as well as crime consultants and crime researchers, come together to discuss what they've learned about trying to reduce different crime and safety problems. Attendees choose the workshops they'll attend from an agenda that will feature more than 20 different crime and safety problems. In addition, leading up to the POP Conference, the Center for Problem-Oriented Policing sponsors an international competition to identify the top problem-solving projects of the year. These are also presented at the Conference and attendees help in judging the winning project for the Herman Goldstein Award for Excellence in Problem-Oriented Policing. Conference sessions will be of varying sizes and use different formats, so you can choose the type of learning environment that works best for you.
** NOTE: Session topics will be posted on this site as the agenda develops.
Group Discount: For every agency registering 5 or more persons, the POP Center will reduce the registration fee by $50 per person. If all attendees are registered at the same time, the registration system will automatically process the discount. If you have registered more than 5 attendees at separate times, please contact the POP Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 980-621-9337 for assistance.
Registration payments may be made online with a credit card or by check. Checks should be made payable to the Center for Problem-Oriented Policing and sent to:
Center for Problem-Oriented Policing
1360 Regent Street, Suite 323
Madison, WI 53715
For questions concerning the conference registration, please contact us by email at email@example.com or by phone at 980-621-9337.
Rate: $120 a night
To make reservations please contact the hotel directly at 1-888-233-9527. The block is listed under "Annual POP Conference". The cut-off date to receive the conference rate is September 6, 2013.