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
Support the Annual Scholarship Fund by Attending this Year's Fundraising Dinner
Don't forget to purchase your ticket to our Annual Conference Scholarship Fundraising Dinner. The Annual Conference Scholarship Fund depends on donors like you. The money that you contribute helps this program which works to expand the reach of civilian oversight and promote participation by individuals from a broad spectrum, including students, community members, law enforcement and those interested in starting oversight in their jurisdictions.
Although there are many ways to support this program, the biggest (and most fun) way is by attending our annual scholarship fundraising dinner. This year the NACOLE Scholarship Committee has decided make this a particularly special event and hopes that you will join them for a sunset dinner cruise on the Starlite Sapphire on Monday, October 1st, embarking directly from The Vinoy Yacht Basin. In addition to a three-hour cruise on smooth inland waters, your ticket will include a plated dinner, drink ticket, and music.
To make sure you are part of this fun and important event, purchase your tickets today by clicking HERE.
Registration is NOW Open for the 24th Annual NACOLE Conference
Join us September 30th - October 4th in St. Petersburg, Florida as NACOLE and the greater oversight community come together to discuss the continued need to work toward change and the methods by which we can all work to affect real and sustainable reform. This year's conference will feature four tracks: Training for Oversight, Correctional Oversight, Building Public Trust, and Sustainable Reform Efforts.
Within these four tracks conference attendees will be able to choose from 31 different plenary and concurrent sessions covering topics such as less lethal policies and tactics; sexual harassment; assessing institutional culture; best practices for volunteer review boards; and the anatomy of police-community relations. Read More
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