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Diversity Education


We offer  Diversity Education for businesses,organizations and individuals.  We can come to your location and provide the tailored education you need. Find out how NCCJ can help you confidently navigate today’s changing world.

 NCCJ’s 2017 Summer Youth Programs


To our friends and supporters:

We would like to thank  all of you for helping us make Police and Youth Together 2017  and Anytown 2017 the huge successes that they were. Both camps would not have been possible without your financial support.

Anytown Youth Leadership Institute


Anytown is a one week summer residential program designed to teach high school students how to recognize and overcome discrimination, bias and stereotypes. The week is challenging but rewarding, as these young people learn skills and make friends that will last a lifetime.

Click here for more details.


 Police And Youth Together


This one-week day camp connects young people age 10 to 12 with local police officers in a fun and educational environment.  The campers learn about safety and police work while enjoying games and activities. It’s held at the Huber Heights FOP Lodge, complete with fishing pond and plenty of space for outdoors fun. And it’s completely FREE!

PAYT 2017 will run from Monday, July 24th to Friday, July 28th.

Get details and registration info here.



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“NCCJ’s structured discussions and activities offered new perspectives on race and environment.”

“We thought we knew what the issues were…but NCCJ brought the real issues to light.”

“NCCJ was an unbiased third party. They came into our company and did not pass judgment on us.”