The National Black Police Association (NBPA) is a national organization comprised of sub-regional African American Police Associations whom are dedicated to promoting justice, fairness, and effectiveness in law enforcement. The NBPA has several chartered organizations throughout the United States and has associate members abroad, in Canada, Bermuda, and the United Kingdom. The core focus of NBPA centers upon Law Enforcement issues, with a strong emphasis on the effects of these issues on the community. The NBPA serves as an advocate forum for officers of color, and establishes a national network of professional development and training for all police officers and those parties interested in law enforcement.
The 2020 48th National
Virtual Zoom Summit Webinars
July 26 2-3:30 pm EDT Building an International Black Police Coalition
July 28 6-7:30 pm EDT Hiring: Considerations for Police Diversity
July 30 6-8 pm EDT Policing While Black
to our 2020 Alphonso Deal Scholarship Recipients!
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ALPHONSO DEAL SCHOLARSHIP
The NBPA seeks to enhance higher education opportunities among qualified graduates. Announcements August 1, 2020.
WHAT TO DO WHEN STOPPED BY THE POLICE
This signature NBPA program offers tips to help navigate interactions with the police.
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