ABOUT US

National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement

NACOLE is a non-profit organization that works to enhance accountability and transparency in policing and build community trust through civilian oversight. Read More

RECENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

NACOLE is developing an online, interactive database of oversight agencies.

NACOLE, with funding from the U.S Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) office, is developing a web-based, interactive directory of civilian oversight agencies and their various organizational characteristics. Once completed, the directory will allow users to search oversight agencies in the database and filter the list according to various criteria relating to their authority, organization, and resources. NACOLE intends for this application to be a core resource for oversight practitioners and researchers to identify civilian oversight agencies with certain characteristics. Read More

NACOLE President Brian Corr Interviewed on Criminal Injustice Podcast

Last August, NACOLE President Brian Corr had the opportunity to be interviewed by Prof. David Harris of the Univ. of Pittsburgh School of Law for his nationally recognized Criminal (In)justice podcast.  The 45 minute show explores what civilian oversight needs to succeed and looks at reasons reform efforts can sometimes fail.

To access the podcast please click HERE.

Cleveland, Ohio to host last regional training event of the year.  REGISTER NOW

The final event in NACOLE's 2018 Regional Training Series will be held in Cleveland, Ohio on November 30, 2018, at Cleveland State University in the Levin College Atrium.

This training event, co-hosted by NACOLE and the Cleveland Community Police Commission will seek to address many issues important to those interested or working in civilian oversight of law enforcement. In particular, this training will take on the topics of trauma-informed policing; how to engage youth and law enforcement; implicit bias; and what life looks like for a city post-consent decree. Read More

 

 

Police_Oversight-blue_-_copy.png

New listings posted regularly. Click below to see current job postings.

View Current Postings

  • Click Here to See Additional Upcoming Events

    Friday, November 30, 2018 at 08:30 AM

    2018 Regional Meeting Series: Cleveland, Ohio

    The final event in NACOLE's 2018 Regional Training Series will be held in Cleveland, Ohio on November 30, 2018, at Cleveland State University in the Levin College Atrium.

    This training event, co-hosted by NACOLE and the Cleveland Community Police Commission, will seek to address many issues important to those interested or working in civilian oversight of law enforcement. In particular, this training will take on the topics of trauma-informed policing; how to engage youth and law enforcement; implicit bias; and what life looks like for a city post-consent decree. This training is geared toward a variety of audiences, including but not limited to community members, oversight practitioners, justice system stakeholders, and academics. 

    Cleveland Regional Meeting RegistrationCleveland Regional Meeting Schedule

    Lunch will be provided along with a continental breakfast. We also invite all registered attendees to join us for a networking reception that will be held at the end of the day from 5:45pm - 7:45 pm.  This will be an opportunity for attendees to further discuss the topics of the day and learn more about the work being done in Cleveland and around the country.

    Please note that this event is open to all those wishing to attend. The registration fee for this event is $50 and includes training, continental breakfast, and lunch.  We anticipate offering CLE credits, pending approval, for an additional $25 fee.  NACOLE is able to waive the registration fee for those who find it would prohibit their ability to attend and are not seeking CLE credits. Please contact NACOLE's Director of Training and Education, Cameron McEllhiney at info@nacole.org for more information regarding this or other training opportuntiies.

    Should you need to cancel your registration you may do so by November 23, 2018.  Registration fees will be refunded minus a $15 processing fee.  We will not be able to issue refunds under any circumstances after this date.

     

    NACOLE is grateful to those sponsors who have made this event possible:

     

    CPC_Logo2.png     

                                                                                                                                                                                                  

            St._Luke's_FOundation.png           CSU_Logo.jpg                                                   BBC_Community_Radio_LOGOs-3_(002).jpg         VYC_COnsulting.jpg            Matthew_Zone.jpg