MISSION STATEMENT: We the members of North State Law Enforcement Officers Association are committed to maintain law enforcement professionalism through education, training, and the lawful removal of unwanted circumstances from the communities that we serve. We adhere to the law enforcement code of ethics and recognize that shared experiences among law enforcement officers and communities that we serve are essential to the elimination of discriminatory practices, the improvement of the quality of life for all citizens, and ensuring that a just atmosphere prevails for all members of the criminal justice system.
NSLEOA Has 10 Chapters In
Capital Chapter (Raleigh)
Eastern Chapter (Rocky Mount)
Furniture City (High Point)
Gaston County Chapter (Gastonia)
Gate City Chapter (Greensboro)
Leander Respass Chapter (Elizabeth City)
Southern Chapter (Shelby)
Triangle Chapter (Durham)
Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Chapter
Gate City Chapter is comprised of sworn officers, retirees and non-sworn members of the following agencies: Greensboro Police Department, Guilford County Sheriff's Department, Guilford Technical Community College, Burlington Police Department, NC Department of Public Safety, NC DMV, NC A&T State University Campus Police, Safe and Secure Worldwide Protection, Graham Police Department, Caswell County Sheriff's Department, US Postal Inspections and UNC-G Campus Police, NC ALE.
North State Founders
James B. Samuels Durham PD
Jones W. Price Durham PD
Edward L. Bass Shelby PD
Thurman E. Brooks Shelby PD
Oriel H. Leake High Point PD
Renamed the N.S.L.E.O.A in 1967
The North State Law Enforcement Officers Association (NSLEOA) is a non-profit organization devoted to furthering the education and training of all law enforcement personnel. We are comprised of several hundred law enforcement professionals throughout North Carolina, consisting of personnel from all branches of the profession.
Apply TODAY for the 2019 Educational Scholarship. Click and download the application.
Congratulations to the 2017 Gate City Chapter Educational Scholarship recipient, Ms. Briana Lorick! Briana will be attending North Carolina Central University and majoring in Criminal Justice for the 2017-18 academic school year.