2019 Spring Conference
April 1st- 3rd, 2019
Talking Stick Resort
9800 Talking Stick Way
Scottsdale, AZ 85256
Sponsors & Vendors
We have a multitude of ways you can benefit and participate in this event.
State Troopers from across the country will gather in Arizona to take part in the National Troopers Coalition conference. We invite you to take part in this special event as a corporate sponsor and assist us in promoting a positive law enforcement image.
You’ll be able to showcase your company to over 200 troopers and agency leaders representing 43 state police agencies and have the ability to interact with both decision makers and labor groups who can carry your message home with them.
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Registration fee: $150 per person. Must be received or postmarked by March 1st, 2019.
*Late registration may incur additional fees*
Conference registration is online and available here.
Hotel room rates are $195 per night plus tax.
The conference rate applies on rooms booked from March 21st through April 10th. (To book rooms outside the conference dates at the special rate, reservations must be made over the phone by calling 866-877-9897)
For your convenience, we offer 24-hour front desk service to assist with check-in and check-out.
Check-In Time: 4pm
Check-Out Time: 11am
Hotel reservations should be made online. Click here to make your room reservation.
(To book rooms outside the conference dates at the special rate or if you have issues booking online, you can make your reservation over the phone by calling 866-877-9897). Cut-off date to book hotel rooms is March 1st, 2019.
The hotel has multiple bars, six (6) restaurants, three (3) pools, a casino, and fitness center. The hotel is located very near the freeway and there are plenty of bars and restaurants on the property. There is free on-site parking.
This high-end resort is 6.1 miles from downtown Scottsdale.
Sleek, modern rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, free Wi-Fi and 40-inch flat-screens, plus minifridges, coffeemakers and rainfall showerheads. Suites add balconies or patios, wet bars, and dining areas. Club-level quarters offer access to a lounge with free breakfast, wine and beer.
There are 2 lounges and 6 restaurants, including a buffet eatery, a 24/7 bistro and a cantina. Additional amenities include a spa, 3 pools and a casino, plus a 36-hole golf course, a Native American cultural center, and Las Vegas-style entertainment. Over 50,000 sq ft of conference space is offered.
Talking Stick Resort
Talking Stick Golf Club
Enjoy 36 holes of Scottsdale golf at two exceptional courses consistently ranked among the top in Arizona. The courses were designed by the legendary architect team of Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw and are managed by Troon Golf.
The North Course is a links-style course that plays at 7,133 yards from the long tees (par 70). The tree-lined South Course offers a more traditional style of play at 6,833 yards (par 71).
– 26,000 square foot clubhouse
– Practice facilities
– Private and group instruction
– Dining at The Wildhorse Grille
Dive in to OdySea Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the southwest. By combining theme park style entertainment with the presentation of aquatic life, OdySea Aquarium takes guests of all ages on an entertaining and educational adventure like no other.
The state-of-the-art facility includes many interactive experiences, a 3D movie, SeaTREK underwater ocean walking, a giant submerged escalator that descends into the deep ocean, and a one-of-a-kind voyage through the Living Sea you’ll have to experience to believe.
Topgolf at Riverwalk
Topgolf at Riverwalk is the perfect place for groups to hang out and get competitive. The 13-acre Scottsdale hotspot offers different types of points-scoring golf games that you can enjoy from a private bay.
Located at 9500 E Talking Stick Way, Topgolf is right across the street from Talking Stick Resort and is part of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Many groups like to take the after-party to Talking Stick Resort, or stop by for some entertainment while waiting for their tee time.
Salt River Fields at Talking Stick
This Major League Baseball spring training facility is home to the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies each year. It’s become known as Scottsdale’s top place to enjoy a spring training game for its beautiful design, open-air feel and great amenities.
Sports have long been a part of the Native American culture in Arizona, dating back to the original Hohokam Peoples who used ball courts as gathering places for games and ceremonies as far back as 750AD. Continuing in this tradition, fans enjoy amazing views of their favorite players and of the stunning mountains that surround the ballpark.
The Pavilions at Talking Stick
This open-air shopping center is near Salt River Fields, just across the Loop 101 freeway from Talking Stick Resort. It’s home to many retail favorites like ROSS, Target, Home Depot, Men’s Wearhouse, Famous Footwear, Michael’s, ULTA, Toys R Us and more. From Sweet Tomatoes to YC’s Mongolian BBQ, dining options abound.
The Pavilions’ newest addition is Ultra-Star Cinema’s UltraLuxe Theater, an incredible 11-screen multiplex. Other new highlights include Buffalo Wild Wings, Hobby Lobby and Mountainside Fitness.
One of the newest attractions in the Valley, Butterfly Wonderland is a butterfly conservatory and indoor rainforest. Kids and adults alike love it’s magical environment. You’ll experience the beauty of one of the largest butterfly atriums in the country!
Located on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, it’s situated directly off the Loop 101 freeway at Via de Ventura.
Russo and Steele
Step into the epicenter of the collector car universe with Russo and Steele from January 17-21, 2018! The Scottsdale event at Salt River Fields is where the market for collector cars is established each year.
This auction is the primary destination for automobile enthusiasts to buy and/or sell the very best in European Sports, American Muscle, Hot Rods, and Customs. Providing all the fundamental essentials that attract the best buyers and sellers from around the world, Russo and Steele is the primary destination for those who come to buy or sell the very best.
Polar Play is the coolest place to be in the desert!
Your experience begins in the lodge where you’ll visit our staff to pick up your coat, get the Polar Play app and get tundra dressed for your journey into the Polar Zone. Next, you’ll enter through the portal to our icy world.
From the lights to the music, the ambiance is ready to give you a frozen experience like no other. Games like cornhole, shuffle board and checkers will you keep your body moving to battle the arctic temperatures. Take a few selfies in our photo zones and don’t forget to boomerang those bad boys. Grab a drink at our ice bar – where everything is frozen!
Octane Raceway is a Talking Stick and Scottsdale entertainment landmark and the Valley’s definitive “Must Do” adventure where you can enjoy the only full time indoor/outdoor racing venue in the U.S. on the 1/3 mile track.
Offering high performance 45+ MPH kart racing for more than 12 years, Octane Raceway is the clear choice for the best go kart racing Phoenix has to offer. It’s a true adventure with lots of action and great for anyone looking at something fun to do with a pure adrenaline rush!
iFly Indoor Skydiving
iFLY is the experiential entertainment company that created modern indoor skydiving. They make the dream of flight a reality by giving guests ‘wings’ in a safe and reliable environment.
iFLY has 37 locations around the world, and the Talking Stick Entertainment District is home to Arizona’s only location! iFLY welcomes flyers from 3 to 103 and reservations can be made online.
Dolphinaris Arizona allows visitors to interact with dolphins, learn about the amazing species, and support ocean conservation efforts.
You can meet dolphins from dry land or in the water. Either way, you can share a handshake, dolphin kiss and more. You can even become a dolphin trainer for a day, with an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at our world-class dolphin care.
Created by Zero Latency in Melbourne, Australia this VR experience is the most immersive and realistic to date. Imagine a game that doesn’t feel like a game. You’re not wired to a console and your body becomes your controller.
In our area, the real world and a digital one are seamlessly meshed together. Once you don our gear, you are instantly transported into a hybrid reality.
Scottsdale is a desert city in Arizona east of state capital Phoenix. It’s known for its spa resorts and golf courses, including TPC Scottsdale. Farther north, trails wind through McDowell Sonoran Preserve, a desertscape of hills, rock formations and cacti. Nearby is Taliesin West, architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s former home and studio. Downtown’s Old Town Scottsdale has 1920s buildings and 19th-century olive trees.
Also Downtown, the Arts District is home to galleries and Western Spirit: Scottsdale’s Museum of the West, displaying frontier-themed art and artifacts. The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art houses Skyspace, a domed enclosure with a hole in its roof by American artist James Turrell. Shops cluster on both sides of the Arizona Canal in the Waterfront, Fifth Avenue and Southbridge areas. Scottsdale Stadium is the spring-training ground of the San Francisco Giants baseball team.
McDowell Sonoran Preserve: This expansive urban preserve, the largest of its kind in the nation, boasts 195+ miles of scenic shared-use trails in the McDowell Mountain foothills for hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. The Gateway, one of the Preserve’s seven trailheads, offers access to numerous paths, ranging from the ADA accessible Bajada Nature Trail to the challenging Windgate Pass Trail.
Old Town’s nine walkable neighborhoods offer you a variety of experiences by day and night. Discover Scottsdale’s beginnings in Historic Old Town, browse the galleries of the Arts District, shop along Fifth Avenue or discover the energy of Scottsdale after dark in the Entertainment District.
The Desert Botanical Garden’s five paved thematic trails introduce you to thousands of arid-land plants from around the world. Must-see events at the Garden include Las Noches de las Luminarias, the Music in the Garden concert series, and summer Flashlight Tours.