The 2013 SPIAA Training Conference will be held at the Hampton Inn, Monroe, North Carolina. Visit the conference website for details, registration, and the agenda.
A $500.00 gift card is going to be awarded to 1 lucky person signed up for the upcoming SPIAA Retraining conference in Monroe. We have decided to have a drawing for a $500.00 gift card, to be awarded during the conference banquet on Thursday evening, July 25, 2013. The earlier you register, the more opportunities you have to win the gift card. Each person that registers 60 days or earlier will have their name placed in the contest box three times. Register 30 days before the conference & your name will be placed in the drawing box twice & anyone who registers within 2 weeks of the conference will have their name placed in the box once.
The 60 day deadline is Friday, May 24, 2013
The 30 day deadline is Sunday June 23, 2013
The 2 week deadline is Tuesday July 9, 2013
The Board of the Southern Police Institute Alumni Association is
proposing amendments to the current SPIAA By-Laws. We are
requesting your review and comments, if any, at your earliest
convenience. The amendments will be voted on by members at the
annual meeting during the July conference. Please take a minute
and read the updates.
Comments are to be provided to:
Todd Vinger, Undersheriff
Washoe County Sheriff's Office
911 Parr Blvd.
Reno, NV. 89512
Right click to download to your PC, SPIAAbylaws_proposedamendments11913tv.pdf
Welcome to the nonprofit organization, the Southern Police Institute Alumni Association (SPIAA) - the association for graduates of the Southern Police Institute. We offer SPIAA members opportunities in training and re-training, access to law enforcement data, materials, and information relevant to today's law enforcement environment. One of our most critical training opportunities for law enforcement is our annual training conference. Focusing on leadership in today's global policing environment, law enforcement officials from everywhere join us for a week of advanced quality training, peer networking, and our outreach and social programs. One of the most significant assets of the Southern Police Institute is the Southern Police Institute Alumni Association. Created during 1951 by graduates, the association has grown into one of the most active alumni groups at the University of Louisville.
The Southern Police Institute (SPI)
is a division of the Department of Justice Administration,
College of Arts and Sciences, University of Louisville. It is an
advanced education and training institute whose mission is to
enhance the professional development of law enforcement
practitioners. This mission is accomplished by providing
educational and career development programs that are designed to
challenge and to prepare law enforcement practitioners for the
demands of today and tomorrow. The Southern Police Institute
consistently is ranked among the top law enforcement educational
and training schools in the nation. Since the creation of the
Southern Police Institute in 1951, its program of instruction
has been grounded in the belief that law enforcement is a
demanding activity requiring the highest level of professional
preparation. The Southern Police Institute was established by
its founders to provide a place where that preparation can be
undertaken. The faculty and staff dedicate themselves to this
mission and continue to maintain the standards of excellence
established by the founders. They are uniquely qualified as
researchers, consultants, teachers and former law enforcement
practitioners to guide and to direct the educational needs of
today's law enforcement professionals.
Graduates of the SPI are looked upon as knowledgeable professionals in law enforcement fields. Membership in the prestigious SPIAA shows continuing interest in your professional career and your dedication to professional self-development.
Executive Board of the SPIAA welcomes you to explore the
website using navigation links at the top and the left of
each web page.
Thank you for visiting and enjoy!
Southern Police Institute Alumni Association
You can contact me as follows:
Robert L. Rollins
Union County Sheriff's Office
3344 Presson Road
Monroe, North Carolina 28112
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