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Supplier Hosts

Targeted, Powerful, And Effective.

Police Technology eXchange (PTX), designed for law enforcement technology decision-makers, is a relationship-building event packed with industry insights. PTX provides industry suppliers with an unmatched opportunity to meet a select group of buyers - IT project managers, chiefs of all levels and technology, equipment, and service buyers to cultivate relationships in an intimate setting. 

The event format allows buyers to listen to thought-provoking business leaders, share strategic knowledge and expertise as well as foster new relationships with like-minded peers and elite industry suppliers. 

As a Supplier Host at PTX, you’ll have guaranteed one-on-one time with agency personnel responsible for evaluating and purchasing major technology solutions for their agencies. PTX attendees are not only senior-level decision-makers, but they’ve qualified to attend the event because of their intent to purchase – with the budget to support – specific technologies for their organization. 

Our two-day event consists of pre-scheduled private sales appointments with qualified police agency buyers of technology. You’ll spend two days at a beautiful resort in Scottsdale, building relationships unlike at any other event. There are no booths to ship, no carpet to rent, no travel arrangements to worry about. Just walk in and meet your buying prospects. We take care of all the arrangements.

2019 Recap Video: Supplier Hosts

Benefits Of Participation

  • Strategic information sharing offering insight into your customers
  • Exceptional networking opportunities in an intimate setting
  • Long-term relationship-building with prospects
  • Align your brand as a thought leader in the industry
  • High return on investment and opportunity to meet every buyer

Your participation at PTX includes

  • Two-night stay in the 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 Magazine

[email protected]

Joni Owens

Joni Owens

West Coast Sales, POLICE Magazine

(310) 533-2530
[email protected]

Become a Supplier Host

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


• Dispatch Equipment • Smartphones • Radios


• Laptops and Tablets • Smartphones • RMS • Cloud-Based Technology/Security • Power Management • Pursuit Management • Technology • GIS/Mapping Software • Cyber Security • Agency Management Systems


• Intelligence-Led Policing • Traffic Cameras • LPR • RFID • Radar • Biometrics and Identification • Evidence Management • Gunshot Detection Systems • Forensics/Cyber Forensics


• Drones/UAVs • Robots • Artificial Intelligence • Virtual/Augmented Reality


• Non-Lethal Weapons • Situational Awareness Technology • Metal Detectors • Electronic Citation • GPS


• In-Car Camera Systems • Body-Worn Video • Video Analysis • Video Redaction Software • Video Storage • Video Surveillance • Night Vision • Thermal Imaging • Body Scanners • Cameras

What Others Are Saying About Us

“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

"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

“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.

“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

"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.

“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

“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

“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

“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.