Meet Us at the CPCA – Annual Training Symposium and Technology Summit

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cpca annual training symposium and technology summit

We’re very excited to be attending in person the CPCA – Annual Training Symposium and Technology Summit in Sacramento, California. 

Come and visit us on February 8 – 9 at booth 303 at the exhibit hall of Hyatt Regency Hotel to learn more about Amped Software products and contact us at to request a personal demo!

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We will also be sharing some of the latest great news:

Contact us to find out more or register today for one of the next upcoming classes.

About the Event 

This is the first in-person Annual Training Symposium since 2019! The event offers professional development and networking opportunities for California’s police chiefs and their seconds in command and management staff. The symposium provides up to 12 hours of POST CPT from the more than 15 workshops offered during the program. Attendees get caught up on the latest innovations in training, officer wellness, and legislative and legal issues. The event also includes a trade show where attendees can see the latest in public safety technology and other products and services.


About CPCA

Established in 1966, the California Police Chiefs Association (CPCA) represents municipal police chiefs and their agencies in California. Association members provide public safety for more than 26 million Californians.

The association’s objectives are to promote and advance the science and art of police administration and crime prevention, focus on emerging issues, provide resources and professional development and training to police chiefs and seconds in command throughout the state. Learn more about CPCA here.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

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