Honorary Member Criteria
The NAEO Board may recognize a non-voting honorary member. An honorary member is someone who:
- has participated in NAEO events for several years;
- is a trailblazer in the field of extraditions who offers assistance and training to both their state and others around the country; and
- is retired from state service.
The Board of Directors nominates an individual for honorary membership; the Association votes on that individual at the following annual conference. In addition to joining a distinguished list of extradition officials, Honorary members may attend the annual conferences without paying a registration fee.