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.
2022 VIRTUAL Conference Participant Information
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CPO Program Attendance - 2022 VIRTUAL Conference
Please mark all sessions which were viewed in their entirety. All sessions are worth 1.5 credit hours.
VIRTUAL DAY 1 - Wednesday, October 26, 2022
A Grassroots Approach to Civilian Oversight: A Case Study in Collaboration and Resiliency
The Philadelphia Story: Lessons from Re-Envisioning Oversight
Oversight in the Old Dominion: The Past, Present, & Path Forward for Oversight in Virginia
Translating Activism into Action in the Creation and Advancement of Civilian Oversight
VIRTUAL DAY 2 - Wednesday, November 2, 2022
A Guide to Establishing or Reinventing Oversight
Engaging Your Legislators: The Role of Oversight Practitioners in Local and State Issues
The Role of the DOJ Civil Rights Division in Accelerating Reform in Corrections and Policing
The NACOLE Case Studies: Reporting on Civilian Oversight Models Across the Country
VIRTUAL DAY 3 - Wednesday, November 9, 2022
The Impact of Resource Constraints on Individual Caseload Management
The Cost of Police Misconduct
Upgrading Oversight: How to Use Business Analysis to Improve Civilian Oversight Operations
Maximizing Your Agency's Potential Through Media Relations
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