2017 Conference

ISCPO’s 4th Annual Conference is Back and Better than Ever!

Once again we’re bringing together loss prevention, security, and protection professionals working in the global supply chain for a two-day jam packed event. You’ll hear from industry veterans and get the latest trends in supply chain security, industry theft, global trends, and investigation. Don’t miss this opportunity to network and catch up with industry peers and thought-leaders. There will be a wide range of speakers from both private sector and public law enforcement who’ll discuss issues currently affecting the global supply chain. You’ll come away with the knowledge and tools needed to stay ahead of the curve, to anticipate disruption, and to prevent loss.

Who Should Attend?

Professionals responsible for protecting and securing goods and services within the supply chain.

Individuals in Public sector and law enforcement.

A vendor in transportation, asset protection, and loss prevention.

Last year, we had 175 attendees and the feedback was tremendous. Check out these keynote presentations from last year’s conference.

How to Register

Register online before June 25th and receive our early-bird rates! It’s not too late to become a member to enjoy our special member conference rate. Your $125 annual membership not only supports the ISCPO, it’s your direct connection to an ever-expanding network of like-minded professionals. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to shape the mandates and advance the needs of the industry, and your role in it!

Choose from the following three options to register right here!

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New ISCPO Members: You'll first become a member and then proceed to conference registration checkout.
Existing members: Be sure you're logged-in as a member to get your special rate.

Individual Registration (non-member) $175 early bird rate $140

Individual MEMBER Registration $140 early bird rate $112
Become a member

Corporate Group of 3 or more attendees (15% discount/person) $140 early bird rate $120

Want to Sponsor & Exhibit at the Conference?

We have limited, exclusive opportunities for leading industry vendors to introduce their brand to attendees, many of whom are are hard to reach decision-makers and executives. It’s a great way to show your support of the ISCPO and to reach a targeted audience of hundreds of potential customers.

Contact info@iscpo.org for rates or learn about becoming an ISCPO Preferred Vendor Partner.

Conference Itinerary

Our full agenda and line-up of speakers will be coming shortly

Join us for a pre-conference cocktail reception, which is a great opportunity to network with industry peers in a relaxed environment prior to the conference.

8 am – 5 pm September 12th | CONFERENCE DAY 1
A full day of keynotes from industry leaders and breakout sessions with complimentary breakfast and lunch.

8 am – noon September 13th | CONFERENCE DAY 2
A half day of keynotes from industry leaders and breakout sessions with complimentary breakfast.

Location & Where to Stay

Curtis Culwell Conference Center

The Conference wil be held just outside Dallas at the Curtis Culwell Conference Center, Garland, Texas
Map: www.curtisculwellcenter.com

Hotel Recommendations: Hyatt Place, 5101 N. President George Bush Hwy, Garland, Texas 75040 972-414-3500
Use the link above or ask for the ISCPO special conference rate: $95.00 (30% off regular rate $133.00)




  Past attendees have said...

“At ISCPO’s 2016 conference I met a lot of people and vendors that sparked new ideas along with hearing about cases on a federal level that affect my business. Having this knowledge and bringing it home to my team enables me and my organization to stay current.”

Aaron Henderson, Penske Logistics


“The ISCPO conference is a great resource for Off Duty Services. The active discussion between industry professionals helps us better align our resources to assist our customers' evolving challenges. The leadership at ISCPO also puts a great emphasis on bridging the gap between law enforcement and the private sector, which supports the core values of ODS.”

Ryan Griffin, Off Duty Services