Sheriff Gabe Morgan has been elected to the board of the National Center for Policing Innovation, a non-profit organization that provides innovative learning opportunities and powerful resources that improve public safety.
Sheriff Morgan and Harrisonburg Police Chief Kelley Warner round out the eight-person board comprised of current and retired sheriffs and police chiefs from across Virginia.
“NCPI welcomes one of our newest board members, Sheriff Gabe Morgan. His willingness to serve on the NCPI Board of Directors, sharing his extensive expertise and experience, is greatly appreciated,” states NCPI Executive Director Lynda Schwartz.
25 years ago, NCPI was called Virginia Center for Policing Innovation, a state-focused training provider for public safety professionals and their communities. Today, the Richmond-based organization has a national reach, partnering with local, state, and agencies to offer public safety training, programs, and resources on topics like Community Policing, Ethical Decision-Making, CIT, and Homicide and Violence Reduction, according to its website.
Schwartz explains that board members provide guidance and support to the organization in its work to improve public safety across the country.
Sheriff Morgan was elected to the board in December 2023. His term ends on June 30, 2025.