January 24-25, 2022
Hyatt Bellevue in Philadelphia

The 9th Police Recruitment and Retention Summit


We are thrilled to be back together live and in person for the Police Recruitment and Retention Summit's 9th meeting. Known for providing innovative strategies to improve your recruiting efforts and increase retention rates, 2022's summit brings together police personnel from every corner of the nation for two days of learning and networking. Hear from experts as they examine national trends and share actionable tactics for more effective recruitment campaigns & keys to unlocking your workforce's potential. Join us in January and you'll come away prepared to tackle this intensely competitive market successfully.
Stay tuned for more information on January's event! 


New Women in Public Safety Summit coming soon! Interested in participating? Please reach out to THart@fraconferences.com


Who Should Attend

With a wide variety of topics that focus on issues related to officer recruitment and retention, this summit is the nation’s marquee event to attend for all police and public safety personnel with job functions such as:

  • Sheriffs
  • Police Chiefs
  • Deputy Chiefs/Sheriffs
  • Captains
  • Lieutenants
  • Sergeants
  • Majors
  • Detectives
  • Chiefs of Staff
  • Commanders
  • Human resource professionals
  • Directors of Personnel and Recruitment

Top Reasons

When you join us in January, you'll come away able to successfully tackle recruitment in a highly competitive market and better able to retain your organization's top personnel. Attendees of our previous summit in June were able to: 

  • Hear from national leaders on tried and proven tactics and improve your recruitment and retention efforts
  • Discover strategies to overcome the damage the pandemic has made on your recruitment and retention objectives
  • Gain new approaches and increase diversity of your candidate pool to reflect the communities you serve
  • Utilize cost cutting strategies to maximize exposure on a shoestring budget while remaining competitive within your region
  • Receive guidance from senior level professionals on best practices to prepare for promotion and tactics to highlight your positive attributes
  • Adapt and evolve to remain competitive with virtual recruiting techniques that can remain as part of your overall strategy post-pandemic
  •  Implement techniques to build bridges with the communities you serve and strengthen the bond between the police and the people.