Southern Police Institute Alumni Association

Conference Sponsors



I wanted to take a moment to share the some information about our conference sponsors for 2016.  My hope is that you will take a moment to review the information provided and contact them if you have any questions.

The first three sponsors are new to the SPIAA family but have been long time supporters of professional law enforcement organizations.  I am proud to introduce them to the SPI.  Glen Mowery with SAIC has been a long time supporter of SPI and is an AOC graduate.  Glen (Security Industry Alarm Coalition) is one of our SPIAA Past -Presidents.


Enforcement Technology Group (ETGI)

ETGI has been a worldwide leader in the development and supply of technology tools used by tactical teams to respond to critical incidents. ETGI is committed to developing new relationships with progressive law enforcement leaders and maintaining those relationships over time.  Contact Kevin Otto for more information at


Star & Shield Insurance

Star & Shield is an insurance company is dedicated to providing personal lines insurance services to the Public Safety Community and their families.  Star & Shield is currently offering insurance services within the State of Florida and Georgia.  Contact Sheriff (Ret) Bob Milner for additional information 


Point Blank Enterprises

Point Blank Body Armor (PBBA) is recognized as one of the first companies in the United States to design and manufacture body armor. Since 1973, Point Blank has grown into an internationally diversified company with the most visible brand recognition, considered today to be the premier source of body-armor systems in the world.  Are you wearing a Point Blank product?  Contact Hoyt Schmidt for further information at


Security Industry Alarm Coalition

The mission of the Security Industry Alarm Coalition is to create a structure for all interested parties to come together under the banner of “dispatch reduction” and “alarm management” and through a coordinated effort maximize the impact on “false dispatch reduction” and “alarm management” across North America by maintaining a liaison with national and state (or provincial) law enforcement leadership, while educating and empowering local alarm communities to proactively foster relationships with law enforcement before a crisis develops.  Please contact Glen Mowery for further information at