NPI and UofM to Host Third Annual SCEMA Program

The Strategic Code Enforcement Management Academy (SCEMA) is an educational enterprise to build the capacity of leaders engaged in the making, administering and enforcing of state and municipal codes that protect the health, safety, well-being and sustainability of residential neighborhoods.

Founded in 2017, SCEMA is a joint program of the University of Memphis School of Law and Neighborhood Preservation, Inc. devoted to elevating the field of code enforcement and building a network of showcase communities. Its founding faculty are four attorneys whose combined experience includes community development, policy making, legislative drafting, nuisance abatement and code enforcement litigation, urban planning, consensus building, teaching, and writing about their work.

Held March 28 – 29, 2019, this two-day, team building workshop is designed for local government code enforcement managers, attorneys and their community partners to adapt and tailor the core principles and practices of strategic code enforcement to the priority neighborhood challenges confronting each team’s community.

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