NACOLE Certified Practitioner of Oversight (CPO) Credential
The NACOLE CPO credential program recognizes oversight practitioners who have achieved a high level of professional oversight training and encourages employers and oversight agencies to support and encourage participation in these voluntary training programs.
2020 Program Participant Information
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CPO Program Attendance - 2020 Annual Conference
Please mark all webinars which were attended in their entirety. All webinars are 1.5 hours.
July 20 - 24, 2020
Session 1: Community Engagement: Leading with a Trauma-Informed Lens
Session 2: Legal Updates
Session 3: Early Intervention Systems - Do They Really Work?
Session 4: Oversight, Reform, and Abolition
July 27 - 30, 2020
Session 5: Implementing Procedural Justice - Strategies for Analyzing Police Stops
Session 6: Community and Stakeholder Engagement Intensive Part I
Session 7: Community and Stakeholder Engagement Intensive Part II
Session 8: Evidence of Effect - Metrics for Law Enforcement Operations and the Impact of Oversight
August 3 - 5, 2020
Session 9: Oversight of Deaths in Custody
Session 10: Police, Police Oversight, and Our Youth - Giving Young People a Voice in Police Oversight
Session 11: Media - Does Their Camera Report the Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing but the Truth?
August 10 - 13, 2020
Session 12: What Went Wrong - Deficiencies in the Investigation of an Officer-Involved Shooting
Session 13: Voices From Inside - The Importance of Lived Experience in Jail and Prison Oversight
Session 14: Calming a Crisis - Strategies to Reduce Use of Force
Session 15: School Police - Concerns, Strategies, and the Role of Oversight
August 17 - 19, 2020
Session 16: The Path to Creating Oversight in Mexico
Session 17: Oversight and Our Youth - Programs Impacting the School to Prison Pipeline
Session 18: The Future of Jail and Prison Oversight
August 24, 25, and 27, 2020
Session 19: Why Oversight Engagement of the Sex Worker Community is Important
Session 20: How to Listen For, Recognize, and Break Down Assumptions and Conclusory Language
Session 21: Inclusion of Oversight in Settlement Agreements
August 31 - September 3, 2020
Session 22: Care in Custody - Oversight of Correctional Health and Mental Health Care
Session 23: Innovations in Police Education
Session 24: Conducting Effective Interviews
Session 25: Are You Ready to Work With Complainants with Disabilities or Those Who Do Not Speak English? The ADA and Title VI for Oversight Entities
September 8 - 9, 2020
Session 26: Partnerships in Civilian Oversight of University Police
Session 27: An Examination of Police-Initiated Neck Restraints
September 14 - 16, 2020
Session 28: Innovative Approaches to Seeking Racial Equity in Law Enforcement Oversight
Session 29: From Protest to Policy to Sustainable Reform
Session 30: Community Perspective - Does Oversight Even Work?
September 21 - 22, 2020
Session 31: Staying Effective in the Fight - Vulnerabilities, Trauma, Resilience, and Self-Care for Those in Oversight
Session 32: The Thirteen Principles of Civilian Oversight and the Path to Creating Effective Practices and Standards
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