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2019 Annual NACOLE Training Conference

The National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement

Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 12:00 PM - Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 12:00 PM (EDT)

2019 Annual NACOLE Training Conference

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Member Registration (After July 26, 2019)   more info Sep 26, 2019 $585.00 $22.07
Non-Member Registration (After July 26, 2019)   more info Sep 26, 2019 $685.00 $25.57
Student Member Registration (After July 23, 2019)   more info Sep 26, 2019 $275.00 $11.22
Daily Rate: September 22, 2019   more info 3d 11h 33m $175.00 $7.72
Daily Rate: September 23, 2019   more info Sep 23, 2019 $240.00 $9.99
Daily Rate: September 24, 2019   more info Sep 24, 2019 $240.00 $9.99
Daily Rate: September 25, 2019   more info Sep 25, 2019 $240.00 $9.99
Daily Rate: September 26, 2019   more info Sep 26, 2019 $140.00 $6.49
Annual Scholarship Fundraising Dinner
In an effort to enjoy all that the Motor City and the surrounding area has to offer, this year's Annual Scholarship Fundraising Dinner will showcase some of the wonderful things Detroit has to offer its visitors. On the evening of September 23rd, attendees will enjoy dinner and good times with friends and colleagues while supporting the current and future leaders in the field of civilian oversight of law enforcement.
Ended $100.00 $5.09
Continuing Legal Education Program Participation   more info Sep 26, 2019 $50.00 $3.34
Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Program Participation   more info 3d 5h 33m $25.00 $2.47
NACOLE Annual Scholarship Fund
The NACOLE Annual Conference Scholarship Fund provides financial support to individuals to attend the Annual Conference, expanding the reach of civilian oversight and promoting participation by individuals from a broad spectrum of social, economic, racial, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds. The Annual Scholarship Fund supports and strengthens the work of civilian oversight practitioners and communities by providing access to a broad range of oversight information, best practices and professional networks. Please consider making an additional donation to the Scholarship Fund to help future leaders in the field attend future conferences.
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Celebrating NACOLE at 25 - Courage, Collaboration, and Community


In 1993, members of the United States delegation to the International Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement conference in Cambridge, Massachusetts, met to discuss issues relating to civilian oversight of law enforcement within the U.S. The focus of the meeting was the creation of a national organization that would address these issues. Two years later, a group met in Landover, Maryland, and held the first conference of the National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement (NACOLE). Although this first meeting largely centered around the creation of NACOLE, annual conferences eventually came to be an invaluable place for training and networking for all those working in and around civilian oversight of law enforcement.

This fall we will be gathering in Detroit, Michigan to celebrate NACOLE's Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference.  We hope that you will join us September 22-26 as NACOLE and the greater oversight community come together to celebrate our accomplishments, discuss issues and effective practices in oversight, and honor those that have worked to establish and grow this organization.

This year's conference will feature four tracks that contain information that touches on all of the Core Competencies for Civilian Oversight Practitioners:

  • Training
  • Community Trust
  • Institutional Culture and Correctional Oversight 
  • Collaboration 

Within these four tracks conference attendees will be able to choose from 31 different plenary and concurrent sessions covering topics such as the principles of civilian oversight and effective practices; community-police mediation; building juvenile correctional oversight; and how to build relationships with law enforcement while maintaining your independence.

In addition to attending sessions like those noted above, attendees will have the opportunity to network with hundreds of others in the ever-growing community of civilian oversight practitioners, community members, law enforcement officials, journalists, elected officials, students and others working for greater accountability, transparency, and trust. They will be a part of a learning and networking event that will provide inspiration, ideas, and practical knowledge to overcome challenges and continue the work.

The Detroit Board of Police Commissioners, who will be celebrating their 45th year in 2019, will serve as our hosts and, in the midst of a schedule of training, they will share with us their work as a community to promote trust and transparency and serve as a bridge between the police and the communities they serve.


Cancellation Policy: Please note that all cancellations must be made in writing and emailed to the NACOLE Director of Training and Education at info@nacole.org.  Cancellations made before August 23, 2019 will be refunded, minus a $50 processing fee.  NACOLE will not be able to refund any portion of the registration fee for cancellations made on or after August 23, 2019.  If you need to transfer your registration to another person in your organization rather than cancelling, please contact Cameron McEllhiney at mcellhiney@nacole.org for further assistance. 


 

 




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Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
400 Renaissance Drive, W.
Detroit, MI 48243

Sunday, September 22, 2019 at 12:00 PM - Thursday, September 26, 2019 at 12:00 PM (EDT)


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The National Association for Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement

The 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.  We welcome all people committed to fair and professional law enforcment that is responsive to community needs.  For more information regarding NACOLE and its activities, please visit the NACOLE website.

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