Everything you Need to Know About the Existing National Registry for Police Misconduct

Everything you Need to Know About the Existing National Registry for Police Misconduct

The National Decertification Index (NDI), a national registry of police officers who have been stripped of their certifications, has existed for two decades, but many—including law enforcement agencies, community leaders, and politicians—don’t even know it exists.

In this recorded webinar, Ari Vidali (CEO of Envisage Technologies), Mike Becar (IADLEST), Bob Griffiths from Alaska Police Standards Council and Brian Grisham from Tennessee POST explain the NDI, how police agencies across the nation can use 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 hired again
  • The impact state legislation can have on its effectiveness

The National Decertification Index (NDI), a national registry of police officers who have been stripped of their certifications, has existed for two decades, but many—including law enforcement agencies, community leaders, and politicians—don’t even know it exists.

In this recorded webinar, Ari Vidali (CEO of Envisage Technologies), Mike Becar (IADLEST), Bob Griffiths from Alaska Police Standards Council and Brian Grisham from Tennessee POST explain the NDI, how police agencies across the nation can use 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 hired again
  • The impact state legislation can have on its effectiveness

The National Decertification Index (NDI) is a national registry of police officers whose law enforcement credentials have been revoked due to misconduct.

For more than 10 years, the NDI has provided police departments, state agencies, and other organizations with decertification data about potential hires.