The Kansas Narcotics Officers Association (KNOA) was founded during the latter part of 1992. Since that time, KNOA has increased to over 290 members strong.
The goals of our organization are;
**IMPORTANT HOTEL INFORMATION**
Due to the overwhelming response for the 2017 KNOA conference in Manhattan, KS, we have depleted our allotment of rooms at the Four Points by Sheraton (location of the conference). Parkwood Inn and Suites has been contracted to accommodate the overflow and is working with KNOA to provide a shuttle service to and from the conference site. Parkwood Inn and Suites is approximately one mile from the Four Points by Sheraton off of Fort Riley Blvd.
If you are in need of a room please contact Parkwood Inn and Suites for reservations. Be sure and tell them you are with KNOA so that you can get the group rate. They have also pushed the cut-off date for reservations to February 24, 2017, but please make your reservations as soon as possible!
Parkwood Inn and Suites
505 S. 17th Street Manhattan, KS
Tentative Schedule Now Available!
Investigator Timothy Hoesli of the I-135/I-70 Drug Task Force
Ashley McDonald is the daughter of Jeff
McDonald of the Girard Police Department. Ashley received
a $1000 scholarship for her academic achievements as well as her involvement in the community.
Ashlyn Taylor is the daughter of Greg Taylor of the Neosho County Sheriff’s Office. Ashlyn received
a $1000 scholarship for her academic achievements as well as her involvement in the community..
The K.N.O.A. wishes to express our gratitude to our partner sponsors for their support.
Interested in becoming a Partner Sponsor? Download and complete our Sponsor Form.
K.N.O.A. is an active member of the National Narcotic Officers' Associations Coalition. N.N.O.A.C. is comprised of individual state narcotic associations representing more than 50,000 narcotic law enforcement officers in the United States.