Welcome to the City of Brotherly Love.  Welcome to Philadelphia!

FBINAA 50th Annual Training Conference
July 26-29, 2014
Philadelphia Marriott Hotel Downtown

    

Need a reason to join us in Philly?  How about 50?  2014 is the 50th FBINAA Conference.  Yes, it's all about the gold standard, and that's what the next conference has in store.

Here's a good reason.  Philadelphia is about rich heritage, history, and fun.  Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, experiencing up close Ben Franklin's contributions to our quality of life, and the unique character of Pennsylvania countryside and lifestyle.

Here's a better reason.  The Conference theme "One Mission, One Focus, One Family" is all about you, your guests and your family.  Training will focus on wellness and taking care of our own.  Our people.Our communities.Our families.Ourselves. We've added sessions for guests and youth too.  And the evening events and activities will show you a great time Philly style.

Now it's time to make your plans. 

Here's one more reason to come, we make it easy for you.

  • Read all about the training, events and activities on this website
  • Check the Agenda for the program and event schedule to be sure your travel compliments the conference schedule
  • Register online (delegates first, then add guests and youth)
  • Book a hotel room (pre-registration is required for room reservation code)
  • Sign up for activities and special sessions
  • Grab a parking space (if you need one)
  • Book your travel
  • Select your Gala Seat – opens in April
  • Check the website for updated training information and instructions
  • Pack your bags and get to Philly!

Are you a Chapter Officer?  Travel day is Friday.  Chapter and officer meetings are scheduled for Saturday, July 26.

The 2014 Conference welcomes special guest Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey (NA Grad Session 146). The Commissioner will join us for Opening Ceremonies on Saturday, July 26. 

The Commissioner leads the fourth largest police department in the nation with over 6,500 sworn members and 800 civilian members.  He currently serves as the President of both the Police Executive Research Forum and the Major Cities Chiefs Association.

Conference Theme

This year's Theme is "One Mission, One Focus, One Family."

Visit the Training Page for details.