Over the last 22 years, NACOLE has provided focused training and technical assistance specific to civilian oversight and police accountability. With an ever-growing demand for information and guidance on oversight, NACOLE has committed itself to providing more training and networking events throughout the year. With the tools and knowledge it has gathered, NACOLE works with oversight practitioners and community members to develop and implement distinct and region-specific events that are free to those who attend.
The regional training and networking events assist NACOLE in its continued effort to develop and deliver training, offer technical support and assistance, and provide an enhanced knowledge-base of emerging and best practices. Please check the website often to see if there is an event taking place near you.
Moving Forward Together: Civilian Oversight in a Time of Transition
NACOLE is excited to annouce that the next event in the 2017 Regional Meeting Series will be held in Indianapolis, Indiana. On April 28, 2017, those working in and around civilian oversight of law enforcement will gather with local and national experts to discuss civilian oversight, reform efforts, and how we work to move forward in a time of political transition.
In addition to the neworking opportunities, attendees will have the opportunity to come together to learn and discuss the following topics:
Civilian Oversight in a Time of Transition
Outreach to Immigrant & Other Vulnerable Communities
- The Open Data Initiative and the Importance of Access to and Accuracy of Data
What Investigators & Civilian Review Boards Should Know about Investigative Techniques
Front-end Accountability and the Importance of Policy Analysis
In addition, the end of the day will include an opportunity for the overisght practitioners in attendance to meet and discuss the work they are doing, their challenges, and the opportunities ahead.
NACOLE Regional Events allow those working in, for, and around civilian oversight to gain knowledge and the opportunity to establish additional connections with those doing similar work in the area of police accountability.
There is no cost to attend this event, however seating is limited. Please note that registration for this event will close Wednesday, April 19th.