CSPOA Convention in Missouri!

Posted: May 7, 2013 in Meetings

CSPOA 2013 Convention: Heartland of America

St. Charles, Missouri – May 31 through June 1



The purpose of the CSPOA Conventions is exactly the same as the mission of the CSPOA: To equip sheriffs, peace officers and public officials with the necessary information and public support to carry out their duties in accordance with their Oaths of Office.

This convention, to be held at the Ameristar Hotel in St. Charles, Missouri, beginning May 31 is FREE to all public officials. That’s right; if you are a sheriff, police officer, county commissioner or any other public official, all you have to do is get there and get yourself a place to stay. There is absolutely no registration fee for you or your spouse, and meals are included.

This convention is also open to the general public, with a fee of $150 per person or $200 per couple. Registration covers admittance to the conference, educational materials and meals. Transportation and lodging are not included.

This will be your opportunity to sit spellbound as you hear from heroic sheriffs, police chiefs and constitutional scholars from across the country who are standing firm for our freedoms in the face of an overreaching, out of control federal government. Join with us in giving them support as they face increasing odds in the battle to serve the people and protect their rights.

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