Exploring The Current & Expanding National Registry For Police Misconduct
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In support of the Presidential Executive Order on Safe Policing for Safe Communities (#13929), US leaders are calling for a National Registry for Police Misconduct.
It’s called the National Decertification Index (NDI), a national registry of police officers who have been stripped of their certifications, and has existed for two decades, but many – including law enforcement agencies, community leaders, and politicians – don’t even know it exists.
In this live webinar, our panelist will explain the current and expanding NDI, how police agencies across the nation can and are using it, and how states can play an active role in ensuring it is utilized properly.
Listen in as they discuss:
- The purpose of the NDI and what information can be found in it
- How police agencies can use it to prevent bad officers from getting rehired
- The impact state legislation can have on its effectiveness and expansion
Panelist Include Ryan Layne (CEO of Guardian Alliance Technologies), Mike Becar, FBINA Session 159, (Executive Director of IADLEST), Brian Grisham (Director of the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy (TLETA) and Executive Secretary of Tennessee POST), and Victor McCraw, FBINA Session 249, (Project Manager of the National Decertification Index (NDI).