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About NDI

The purpose of the National Decertification Index (NDI) is to serve as a national registry of certificate or license revocation actions relating to officer misconduct. The records contained in the NDI are provided by participating state government agencies and should be verified with the contributing authority. Inclusion in the database does not necessarily preclude any individual from appointment as an officer.

For additional information, contact Mike Becar, Executive Director.

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NDI Podcast

The Executive Director of IADLEST shares information on the NDI.  He discusses what information is  included, who is entering records, who has access and how the system works.  (14 minutes)

How the NDI Works


The NDI currently contains 33942 actions reported by 47 certifying agencies.

Request Access to the NDI

CALIFORNIA applicants begin here:


NDI Expansion Project

The International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST) is seeking information as outlined in this Request for Information, regarding a project to expand the National Decertification Index (NDI).

The purpose of this project is to modify and expand the functionality of the NDI pursuant to the requirements of a Presidential Executive Order.

IADLEST encourages information technology and management service providers, criminal justice community partners, and law enforcement professional organizations that possess experience, knowledge, skills, or abilities related to this RFI to submit a response in accordance with the submission requirements and deadlines detailed in this  RFI.

NDI Expansion Project:  Request for Information

On August 13, 2021 a virtual Q&A session regarding the RFI was held online.  If you missed the live session, you can review the recording of that session here:

Request for Information Q&A Session Recording


State Databases:

Revocation/Suspension Data

California Colorado Connecticut
(Bottom of page)


(See Disciplinary Report)



(Fee $20)

New York

North Carolina Vermont Washinton

Integrity Bulletins


Several states make the outcomes of police officer investigations a matter of public record.  In some cases these reports may provide you with additional information about actions recorded in the NDI database.


Arizona Minnesota
Connecticut Montana
Florida Oregon
Idaho Utah
Indiana Vermont
Kansas Washington