Cincinnati chosen to host the 2013 National FOP Conference

December 11, 2012 by  

The National Fraternal Order of Police has booked its 61st National Conference and Exposition in Cincinnati for August 11 – 15, 2013. Queen City Lodge #69 will host the event and the conference will be held at the Duke Energy Center.

The National Fraternal Order of Police holds the national conference every couple of years. The purpose of it is to establish goals, set agendas, book seminars, review bylaws, and elect the Executive Board of Directors. The committee chair people and national trustees present their reports. Exhibitors are in attendance at the Expo to display their services and products.

The FOP, the largest law enforcement organization in the world, boasts over 325,000 members with over 2,100 lodges. The organization works to ensure good working conditions and safe environments for people in law enforcement. These goals are achieved through education, employee representation, community involvement, and activity with legislation. Law enforcement officials traditionally attend the conference, coming from various related positions including sheriffs, police chiefs, training offices, fleet managers, procurement staff, correction officers, and administration.

Organizing and managing large conferences of this nature takes a great deal of coordination and marketing. Printing companies frequently provide services as banner printing for these events. Banners are used to mark areas to draw attention. Commonly, they are used to direct traffic to specific areas or for internal direction. Business card printing is also a frequent project, as cards are heavily exchanged at these events as attendees meet new people.

For more information on the event, visit the website for contact information.