NC Risk Management Program for Sheriffs

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The NC Risk Management Program for Sheriffs was born out of the Risk Management Board of Trustees’ desire to provide resources and training opportunities to help reduce law enforcement-related insurance claims.

In an effort to work collaboratively and benefit from different perspectives, a Law Enforcement Advisory Committee was established, which includes professionals from detention centers, sheriffs’ offices, and risk management departments. The Committee meets on a quarterly basis, and discusses programs and tools under development to help counties manage risk in their respective areas.

Program Includes:

  • Bridge Program: Training platform which includes more than 200 on-demand modules on topics ranging from High Risk Operations, to Supreme Court Updates, to Daily Roll Call Training for law enforcement and detention staffs. Click here to learn more.
  • Sheriff Policy Review & Audit Program: A partnership between NCACC’s Risk Management Pools and the Legal & Liability Risk Management Institute, this program assists counties in adopting accepted practices for law enforcement, detention/corrections and other areas of public safety and criminal justice. Click here to learn more.
  • Soft Body Armor Grant Program: This program reimburses counties for the purchase of soft body armor. Click here to learn more.
  • Law Enforcement Special Benefits Project: This program provides supplemental benefits for law enforcement personnel, who are injured while working off-duty for a private employer, also known as “moonlighting.” Click here to learn more.