September 24, 2013
LP Police is Proud to Announce Its Participation in the IACP’s Special Event “Host Chief’s Night”
The 120th Annual International Association of Chiefs of Police Conference and Law Enforcement Education and Technology Exposition 2013 will take place October 20-22nd at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. LP Police and its sister company, Entersect, will be exhibiting at booth #3126.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 24, 2013
LP Police, America's #1 Person and Cell Phone Search Database for Government & Law Enforcement, would like to personally invite law enforcement professionals to join LP Police at the 2013 IACP Annual Conference & Expo.
LP Police/Entersect will be exhibiting at Booth # 3126. The LP Police staff will be demonstrating the nation’s #1 Investigative Database featuring billions of records exclusively available to Law Enforcement and Government Agencies and featuring the show special price of only $75 per month.
Find out why superior data, fast access, free training and award winning “VIP” customer support makes LP Police the industry leader.
CEO Ron Lifton Commented: “I’m excited to be attending the IACP conference event. Our sales manager Alyssa and her team will be on hand to demonstrate all of the LP Police features and latest advances. Look for the LP Police and Entersect ‘Solve More Cases’ display. See you in Philly!”
The IACP Conference will be featuring renowned keynote speakers, forums and technical workshops, and the largest exhibit hall of products and services in the law enforcement community.
The IACP Expo provides thousands of dedicated professionals from across the country and around the world with an exceptional, concentrated forum for learning, collaborating and experiencing new technology.
Join delegates from local, state, county, tribal and federal agencies as they address law enforcement’s critical issues, advance their knowledge and careers, and equip their operations with latest software, hardware and technology for the future.
Please note that the Expo Hall is included in the full conference package and also available free to all sworn and civilian public safety, government and armed forces personnel.
Visit http://www.theIACPconference.org to register and for additional information.
LP Police Advantages:
Unlimited Person, Phone, Property, Criminal, Civil and Business search for the show special price of only $75.00 per month including a Cancel Anytime/Money Back Guarantee.
Unlimited and Premium reports include full SSNs, DOBs, MVR, people, assets, licenses, court records (criminal/civil), phones, weapons permits, hunting/fishing licenses, watercraft records, FAA certificates, prior residences, real estate holdings, recorded bankruptcies, liens, judgments, businesses and more in a secure, interactive, searchable database.
Law enforcement and government agencies (federal, state and local) are encouraged to experience the superior data, accuracy, world class free “VIP” technical support, one-on-one training, and customer service from LP Police.
About LP Police:
LP Police, located in Boston, Massachusetts is the nation’s leading provider of accurate, complete and cost-efficient investigative information and reports on a majority of the U.S. adult population.
The proprietary online skip tracing database can be used wherever there is an Internet connection, whether in an office or on a mobile smartphone or tablet device. Subscribers have instant access to America’s #1 person and cell phone search.
Law enforcement benefits from billions of updated online public records to conduct person, phone, address, email, social security, civil records, criminal background, property, assets, licenses and motor vehicle searches.
Background101.com FCRA certified employment background screening is available to qualified applicants. Background101 has been a leading provider of background screening information for more than 15 years.
Please call Amanda Cunha at 888-746-3463 X326 for more information.
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