January 25-26, 2021
The Bellevue Hotel, Philadelphia 

Join us for the 7th Police Recruitment and Retention Summit 


Back for it's 7th meeting, the Police Recruitment and Retention Summit, featuring a co-located track for women in public safety, brings together police personnel and female public safety professionals for two days of learning and networking. Experience the highest caliber of speakers examining national recruitment and retention trends to improve your workforce, while uniting powerful women in public safety roles to educate, inspire, and improve leadership skills.

With a wide variety of topics that focus on issues related to officer recruitment, retention, and women in public safety, this summit is the nation’s marquee event to attend for all police and public safety personnel with job functions such as:
Police Chiefs
Deputy Chiefs/Sheriffs
Chiefs of Staff
Human resource professionals
Directors of Personnel and Recruitment
Women’s association members

Professionals from all public safety organizations are welcome including Law Enforcement, Police Departments, Transport Officers, Fire Departments, First Responders, Correctional Facilities, Emergency Management Services, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation

When you make plans to join us in January, you'll come away with actionable, tactical strategies to improve your workforce. 

- Learn from our experienced speakers on tactics to identify and nurture leaders early in their career to advance them to the future leadership of your organization. 

- Utilize best practices to overcome stigma and negative perception of policing in your community to increase your candidate pool

- Hear unique implementable strategies to increase the diversity make up of your organization

- Examine the generational differences of potential candidates and learn targeted, appropriate messaging to approach and attract them to your force 

- Reduce retention issues by helping your female officers achieve a successful and positive work/life balance

- Examine data driven information from a 3-year study on what motivates minority candidates to join the police force to help increase levels of diversity.