National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers Present Two-Day Training Session In An Effort to Positively Impact Attitudes and Behaviorisms During Police Encounters
The National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers will present a two-day training session entitled “Police and Community: Rebuilding Our Commitment” at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 801 Greenwich Ave., Warwick, RI, October 19-20, 2017. This training will involve the acquisition of effective communication and active listening skills, as well as other community-policing related techniques, designed to enhance and improve the relationships between community members and their law enforcement guardians.
Law enforcement officers and their community partners invited from more than eight (8) states will meet to hear and discuss issues of interest to both law enforcement personnel and their community partners and will feature such topics as “Understanding Implicit Bias; Conflict Engagement; Police Reform-A Work In Progress; the Relationship Between Police and the Muslim Community”, and others designed to provide law enforcement officers with greater tools, knowledge and skills for interacting with people, particularly in communities of color. Full workshop descriptions and presenter information are available at, with sessions beginning at 8:00 AM on both days of the conference.
Registration for this program, available through October 13, 2017, is at the rate of $175.00, per person, and is open to all members of law enforcement, community groups, businesses, organizations and institutions. Registration fees cover the costs of program materials, a continental breakfast, lunch and certificate of attendance. This program is only available to the first 70 registrants. Pre-registration is required for this event and may be completed online at All registrations must be completed NOT LATER THAN OCTOBER 13, 2017. NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT DATE.
The National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is a premier national organization representing the interests and concerns of African American, Latino and other criminal justice practitioners of color serving in law enforcement, corrections, and investigative agencies throughout the United States, and the communities in which they serve.
Lieut. Charles P. Wilson (Ret.)
National Chairman
National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers
Cell: 401-465-9152