December 9-11, 2020 // Scottsdale, AZ

Supplier Hosts

Targeted, impactful and effective for product suppliers and service providers in the tactical and training segement of law enforcement. 

At Police Tactical and Training eXchange (PTX), law-enforcement tactical product suppliers and training providers (hosts) and law enforcement decision makers (delegates) are brought together for two days of one-on-one appointments, group presentations, roundtable discussions and networking receptions. The PTX team curates the one-on-one meetings, providing industry suppliers an unmatched opportunity to meet a vetted and qualified group of buyers. As a supplier host you will cultivate relationships with and sell to buyers and decision makers of tactical and training products. It's like matchmaking, except for your business goals!

PTX attendees are not only senior-level decision makers, but they’re qualified to attend the event because they have the budget to support their intent to purchase tactical and training solutions for their organization. 

The benefits for your business are many–no booths to ship, no carpet to rent, no hotel arrangements to worry about. Just walk in and meet your buying prospects. We take care of all the arrangements.

Police Tactical and Training eXchange is...

  • An opportunity to sell your tactical products and training solutions to vetted law enforcement decision makers. 
  • A place to establish business relationships that will continue beyond the event. 
  • A setting for strategic information sharing.
  • A high return on investment.

Your participation at PTX includes:

  • Two-night stay in headquarters hotel
  • Meals and networking receptions
  • One-on-one meetings with operators
  • Opportunity for a group presentation
  • Participation in all educational sessions
  • The full attendee list at the event
  • Full company profile in PTX event guide
  • Company logo recognition in a print ad in POLICE Magazine. 

Industry suppliers interested in joining the event can contact:

Sales Team

Susan Freel

Susan Freel

Associate Publisher/ Sales Rep, POLICE

[email protected]

Joni Owens

Joni Owens

West Coast Sales, POLICE

(310) 533-2530
[email protected]

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Contact your sales representative to learn more about how this opportunity can change your business for years to come.

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• Armored Vehicles, Vehicle Armor, Command Vehicles • Backpacks, Bags, Blankets, Mats • Personal Protective Equipment (body armor, carriers, eyewear, goggles, helmets, plates, shields)


• Barricade Systems • Communication Equipment • Electronics • On-Body Cameras • Night Vision & Thermal • UAVs • Robots • Surveillance Equipment


• Weapons & Ammunition • Weapon Accessories (lights, optics, scopes, sights, suppressors) • Less-Lethal


• Apparel • Bomb Detection & Disposal • Breaching Equipment • Cases, Gear Bags & Packs • Gas Masks & Accessories • Inspection Equipment • Lighting Products • Negotiation Equipment • Restraint/Defense Devices • Riot Gear • Medical Equipment Supplies • Rappelling Gear • Rescue Equipment • Vehicle Storage Systems


• Training • Shooting Range Equipment • Training & Learning Management Systems • Training Gear & Equipment • Training Simulators


“This was truly one of the most informative conferences that I have attended in recent years. Great networking and excellent pace for engaging vendors one-on-one.”

-Robert B. Dunlap, Chief, Wayne County Sheriff's Office

“The more casual networking side [of the eXchange] has been really tremendous. It’s been very enjoyable getting to know people; really understanding the human and not the department or the vendor.”

-Derek Bult, Acadis Readiness Suites

“PTX provided an excellent opportunity to network with our respective delegates and peers. The round-table discussion was very informative and provided insight as to how law enforcement agencies throughout the country are dealing with technology."

-Seth Dinehart, Account Executive, Tyler Technologies

"You tend to learn as much from each other and the vendors that have dealt with other customers, as much as you do just sitting through a presentation. I’ve found it to be very useful.”

-David Schnurstein, Grand Rapids Police Dept.

“We all have the same mission and we’re all working toward the same resolution, and this gives us an opportunity to make connections with others [so we can] complete that mission.”

-Frailian Young, Jr., Mesa Police Dept.

“It’s really valuable to hear one department saying they don’t have body cameras and another department giving best practices on how they fully use them—it’s best practices being shared on the department level and also from the vendor perspective.”

-Julie Oleson, LexisNexis Risk Solutions

"The show was able to bring experience and networking to have all attendees engage and learn how to better their agency. This was a great show and I went home energized and ready to share what I had learned!"

-Jennifer Brown, Support Services Manager, Flagstaff Police Department

“Honestly, it’s one of the best conferences I've been to. The team that organized it really put a lot of thought into the networking aspect. I’ve had the opportunity to talk to so many more people than I have at any other conferences.”

-Becky Currie, Xtreme Performance Lab

“Because of the tight-knit group, I was able to experience a lot of interaction with agencies [at PTX] that I wouldn't normally get to do at other conferences.”

-Tim Gilder, Tucson Police Dept.

“It’s a good opportunity for us to figure out what they are doing in certain states, to understand the pain points of those states or counties and find ways that we can better our systems to supply those customers.”

-Derek Smith, Versaterm