The National Police Accountability Project (NPAP) needs your help to end law enforcement and detention officer misconduct! Law enforcement abuse of authority continues to be a major civil liberties and human rights problem in the United States, particularly in poor communities and communities of color.
By joining NPAP's membership of over 600 attorneys and legal workers, you not only get the benefits of membership including: access to a members only listserv, networking opportunities, reduced rates at CLE seminars and on NPAP publications; you also support the work of the Project. Get your member benefits today and join us in fighting police lawlessness!
NPAP member Fred Diamondstone, a civil rights lawyer in Seattle, said: “If you handle a single Section 1983 case involving law enforcement, or if you work with political or community organizations that might be subject to investigation in this time of the national security state, membership in the National Police Accountability Project is essential.”
Click the link below to become a member of the NPAP. Or, if you’re already a member, please consider making an extra contribution to help ensure we have the resources needed to end law enforcement abuse of authority.