Corporate Sponsor Program

Our sponsor program was designed to provide manufacturers and their vendors an opportunity to support the Pennsylvania Narcotic Officers' Association (PNOA). The PNOA will accept sponsorships from companies who are willing to assist the PNOA in providing training and/or support to our members and their agencies. The PNOA benefits through the sponsor's commitment to supply products to our training programs, as well as, donations for door prizes or to further our training mission. The sponsor benefits by receiving a web site link, free or discounted vendor tables and a member agency mailing list. Additionally, the PNOA may place the sponsor's logo on selected PNOA promotional and training materials.

The program is open to all corporations upon a written proposal listing the specific support to be given to the PNOA Executive Board. Sponsor promotion is limited to corporations that offer credible products and services. After PNOA approval, the sponsorships are good for one calender year. The PNOA reserves the right to renew or discontinue involvement in the sponsor program. Sponsorship levels are as follows:

Top Gun combines many mediums to enhance learning. The course is built around a straight forward fact scenario. You will hear lectures and mini-lectures from recognized experts in the area of both legal and practical aspects of conducting drug investigations. Following each classroom session, a practical workshop is conducted where you will have the opportunity to apply the knowledge you have just acquired.

Level 1
  • $250 Application Fee and a Proposal of $5,000 or More
  • Free Vendor's Booth at Annual Training Conference
  • Access to Membership Agency Mailing
  • Company Logo on Select PNOA Promotions and Training Materials
  • PNOA Web Site Link
Level 2
  • $250 Application Fee and a Proposal of $1,000- $4,999
  • Discounted Vendor's Booth at Annual Training Conference
  • Access to Membership Agency Mailing List
  • PNOA Web Site Link
Level 3
  • $500 Application Fee
  • PNOA Web Site Link

All information shall be sent to the PNOA's mailing address. Any questions may be directed to nay PNOA Executive Board member.


3915-905 Union Deposit Road

Harrisburg, PA 17109

(717) 805-5912

Michael Reynolds



Corporate Sponsor Program Guidelines
  • Support
    The sponsor must submit a written proposal the PNOA Executive Board on company letterhead. The proposal should contain detailed information on the support the sponsor is going to provide the Pennsylvania Narcotic Officers' Association. Support may include but it is not limited to:
    1. Monetary Contributions
    2. Equipment Donations to PNOA Operations (Office, Training)
    3. Equipment Donations for PNOA Conferences (Door Prizes)
    4. Scholarships to be Awarded PNOA Students
    5. Sponsorships for PNOA Special Events: Hospitality Room, etc.

  • Entitlements/Endorsements
    The PNOA name and logo can only be used if your company is a PNOA sponsor. The below mentioned quotes is the only authorized format that may be used
      1. "Proud Sponsor of the PNOA
    2. "Sponsors of the PNOA"
    3. "PNOA Sponsor"
        No other entitlements or endorsements are associated with a corporate sponsorship.

  • Training
    Each sponsor shall understand that the actual training of members will be provided solely by PNOA approved instructors. PNOA instructors will not endorse any specific product however, if asked, the instructor may provide his personal experience with the product.

  • Product Alert
    Each sponsor agrees that if their company receives documented evidence from two or more individuals about one of their products they will immediately notify the PNOA and provide a written summary including date, time, place, product and suspected problems. The sponsor shall be allowed to submit a written rebuttal to explain the reason for the problem and their specific steps to correct the indicated problem.
Corporate Sponsor Application

> Corporate Sponsor Application. In addition to this application, the sponsor must attach their written proposal on company letterhead and indicate the level of sponsorship they desire.