Conference Exhibition Opportunities

The FBI National Academy Associates (FBINAA) and the Florida Chapter invite companies and other organizations to exhibit in the 2013 Annual Training Conference and fully engage with the delegate attendees. The exhibitor opportunities and benefits are outlined in this package.

For all sponsor inquiries, please contact Mark Lorimer [email protected] or 562-233-6400.

Exhibitor Package:Exhibition opportunities and benefits are outlined in this package.

Exhibitor Registration: CLOSED


About the FBI National Academy Associates

The FBI National Academy Associates (FBINAA) is recognized globally among government leaders, law enforcement agencies and our communities as the premier provider of law enforcement expertise, training, education and information.  We are the resource of choice on law enforcement issues and the standard by which all other law enforcement agencies measure their performance.  Our hallmarks are leadership, teamwork and the courage of our members, and our ability to anticipate and effectively respond to global and community law enforcement needs, ensuring the safety of the citizens we serve.

The FBINAA is a dynamic organization comprised of middle to executive level law enforcement professionals.  Members of the association are sworn officers and graduates of the FBI National Academy.  Members can be found in all 50 states, 134 countries and US territories/possessions.  Agency types include state, county, municipal, sheriffs, campus, airport, railroad and federal. 

The annual Retrainer is held to ensure that leaders remain current on matters relating to their profession and to reinforce relationships and cooperation within policing and corporate communities at all levels. 

From its inception in 1935 by FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, the FBI National Academy has long been a vital element in fostering improvement of law enforcement standards, knowledge and cooperation throughout the world. The National Academy and the FBI's 'Field Police Training Program' provides a wide range of leadership and specialized training, as well as an opportunity for professional law enforcement officials to share ideas, techniques and experience.

In 1980, the program was expanded to quarterly classes consisting of 10 weeks to allow more upper and mid-level law enforcement personnel from around the world the opportunity to experience the National Academy. The curriculum focuses on leadership and management training and consists of courses related to Leadership and Management Science, Behavioral Science, Law, Communication, Forensic Science and Health/Fitness.

Over 33,000 students have graduated from the FBI National Academy since 1935 with 7% of the graduates representing other countries, U.S. territories and possessions. Following graduation, each individual has the opportunity to join the FBINAA, a dynamic organization of more than 17,000 law enforcement professionals who have played a significant role in developing a higher level of competency, cooperation and integrity within the law enforcement community.