Exhibitor Registration and Information

2023 Spring Exposition and Training Conference 

May 22 - 25, 2023
Spokane Convention Center

We encourage you to consider supporting WASPC by becoming a sponsor and/or exhibitor at our Spring Exposition and Training Conference. Your support is crucial to the success of the association. We are committed to making the Exposition valuable to our members/attendees and maximizing your ability to contact the leaders of the law enforcement and corrections from the state of Washington.

2023 EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION – Exhibitor fees are $750 for a 10x10 booth. Registration opens in waves. Registration to exhibit is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Once the show is full, a waiting list is created. All registration forms are submitted online. For further questions, please see the General Show Information.  

2023 FLOOR PLAN (click to view)

DECORATOR INFORMATION (including additional services/products) LCD Exposition Services


If you have any questions, please contact Rachelle Harwood (360) 486-2380 or [email protected].

Thank you for your continued support of WASPC and law enforcement in Washington State.

General Show Information  


  • Most importantly, WASPC is committed to providing a place for Washington’s law enforcement executives to view, experience, and network with exhibitors who provide state-of-the-art products and services. Industry partners from across the country recognize that it is the place to be to reach the buying power of the Chiefs and Sheriffs in Washington State.
  • Our highly qualified, professional attendees have buying power and authority within their cities and counties. Your company’s presence in the exhibit hall will expose our attendees to the latest technology and state of the art products that enable Chiefs and Sheriffs to do their job.
  • Your participation in our conference and exposition is a unique opportunity for your company or organization to gain vital exposure in the law enforcement community.
  • Exclusive exhibition times have been set aside so you can talk with the decision makers without distraction. There will be refreshments and prize drawings in the hall to promote traffic and ensure that Chiefs and Sheriffs walk thru the aisles, giving you the opportunity for face-to-face selling time.

Besides being the best way to reach Washington’s top law enforcement executives in one place, benefits to exhibitors include:

  • A free company listing in the conference program and conference mobile app
  • Contact list for conference attendees
  • Evening networking opportunities with Washington’s top law enforcement executives


The Exhibition will be held at the Spokane Convention Center in Spokane, Washington. All booths are 10’ wide by 10’ deep. Fees are $750 per booth. There are no discounts for multiple booths. Booths are assigned in registration waves. The following items are included in the booth rental:

  • 8’ high backwall and 3’ high sidewalls, 6’ skirted table with two chairs
  • Electrical hook-up
  • Company listing in the official conference program (deadline applies). Listing includes company name, web address, booth number, and phone number.

Prior to the event, vendors will receive an exhibitor packet from LCD Exposition Services. Information relating to shipping and receiving and additional services available (not included in the booth fee), i.e., audio visual equipment, phone service, furniture rental, installation and dismantling, janitorial service for booth space, and security of individual booth, etc. will be provided.

Exhibition hours
Tuesday, May 23 | 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm
(President’s Reception in the exhibit hall from 6-8 pm)

Wednesday, May 24 | 9:30 am – 12:00 pm
(coffee/refreshments located in exhibit hall)

Exhibitor set up/tear down
Monday, May 22 (vehicle move-in)
Tuesday, May 23| 7:30 am – 12:00 pm
Wednesday, May 24* | 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm

*Departure/tear down prior to the end of the show is strongly discouraged. Exhibitors leaving prior to the end of the show may be placed in a later registration wave for future conferences.


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