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COPsync (OTCBB:COYN): Out Shaking Hands and Kissing Babies on the Law Enforcement Circuit

COPsync, Inc. (OTCBB:COYN), a software technology provider to law enforcement and emergency service professionals, announced today that the Company is exhibiting at the Sheriffs' Association of Texas 132nd Annual Training Conference in Fort Worth, Texas from July 25-28th.
The Sheriffs' Association of Texas began its Annual Training Conferences in 1878. These Training Conferences are the largest composite gathering of law enforcement officers in the State of Texas, offering an assortment of specialized training for the Texas Peace Officer. Through informative general sessions taught by national speakers as well as specialized topics covered in concurrent training sessions, attendees will gain valuable information on technology issues and problems facing Texas Peace Officers today.

Commenting on attending the conference, Russell Chaney, CEO of COPsync, Inc., stated, "We are particularly excited to attend this year's Sheriffs' Association of Texas Training Conference. In previous years, we've met valuable contacts and began establishing the groundwork for the implementation of COPsync's real-time information sharing solution throughout the State of Texas. Since last year's conference, the number of Texas law enforcement agencies utilizing COPsync has grown tremendously. We are confident that this event can further facilitate our rapid growth by presenting the success stories and value that our software has brought to numerous agencies that are currently utilizing COPsync."

Interested parties are encouraged to visit the Company at Booth 710 as well as demo the COPsync Vehicle at Booth V5 to experience its real-time information sharing solutions first hand.

With COPsync, officers can view all law enforcement activity generated on a particular subject in real time, even to the point of being able to view reports or citations generated by agencies in other counties or states. If an individual has been determined to be a safety threat, has an active warrant for their arrest, is listed as a runaway or otherwise flagged in COPsync, all law enforcement officers having contact with that individual are immediately alerted. This information allows law enforcement officers to prepare and respond intelligently to a threat or conduct an investigation with full disclosure of a suspect's history.

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