The North American Motor Officers Association – NAMOA is a non-profit 501 (C)(3) organization, with an annual membership base of approximately 400 police motorcycle officers.
Our primary membership is from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, British Columbia, and Alberta, Canada, however we have members from around the United States. Our annual training conference hosts motor officers from not only the Northwest, but from around the United States and Canada.
The NAMOA annual training conference is an opportunity for police motor officers to train and improve their ride skills. More importantly, it is an opportunity for supporting companies to show off the new products and services for the year. The training conference also provides an opportunity for thousands of citizens to watch and interact with police officers from all over the Northwest and beyond. Motor officers often learn new skills they can take home with them which will help them be more safe at work.
2015 NAMOA Conference May 13 – 16
The 2015 North American Motor Officers’ Association’s training conference dates are May 13th – 16th, 2015. The conference committee is working diligently to ensure a great training conference in beautiful Kennewick Washington. The annual training conference is not possible without the dedication and hard work of the conference committee. If you have a question, concern or suggestion for the conference committee, please visit their page to contact them.
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The North American Motor Officers Association annual conference has been a leader in police motorcycle training in the Pacific Northwest for over 30 years.
The primary goals and objectives of the NAMOA are to provide effective, proficient and uniform police motor operations training; and to encourage safety, participation, cooperation and exchange information between police motor officers and between law enforcement agencies with police motor programs.
Additionally, NAMOA promotes traffic safety through education and awareness to police motors and civilian riders; to lobby for motorcycle safety laws and police motor training; and to provide police motor training officers, training programs, police motor selection processes and general information for agencies and training academies. Read More..