National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives - NOBLE

National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives - NOBLE The professional organization representing and networking black chiefs of police, sheriffs, and command level law enforcement agency personnel.
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NOBLE mourns the loss of Rev. C.T.Vivian and the Honorable John Lewis.“Just as NOBLE is the conscience of law enforcemen...
07/18/2020

NOBLE mourns the loss of Rev. C.T.Vivian and the Honorable John Lewis.

“Just as NOBLE is the conscience of law enforcement, John Lewis was the conscience of Congress,” stated NOBLE National President Cerelyn J. Davis. John Lewis and C.T. Vivian made lasting contributions and will forever be remembered for their roles in making our nation a better place.”

Southern Area of The Links, Incorporated
07/16/2020

Southern Area of The Links, Incorporated

𝐒𝐔𝐑𝐕𝐈𝐕𝐈𝐍𝐆, 𝐓𝐇𝐑𝐈𝐕𝐈𝐍𝐆, 𝐀𝐍𝐃 𝐌𝐎𝐁𝐈𝐋𝐈𝐙𝐈𝐍𝐆 𝐈𝐍 𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐍𝐄𝐖 𝐒𝐎𝐔𝐓𝐇 ✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿

Join the Southern Area of The Links, Incorporated on Thursday, July 16 at 9:00 PM Eastern for "Justice or Just Us?, a virtual town hall meeting. This is the first installment of a multi-faceted three-part interactive think tank linking our communities, resources and solutions.

𝐎𝐮𝐫 𝐩𝐚𝐧𝐞𝐥𝐢𝐬𝐭𝐬 𝐢𝐧𝐜𝐥𝐮𝐝𝐞:
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley, NC Supreme Court
Dr. Cornel West
Derrick Johnson, President of NAACP
Chief C.J. Davis - President of National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives - NOBLE
Tracy B. Martin

The town hall will be broadcast live:
Facebook: facebook.com/southernarealinks
YouTube: https://youtu.be/lNOHN4rhtDE
Website: salinksinc.org

The Links, Incorporated

#satownhall #justiceorjustus
#salinksinc #linksinc #collectiveexcellence

07/15/2020
Roland Martin

Happening now! President Davis on #RolandMartinUnfiltered

7.15.20 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: COVID-19 crisis; Rep. Yvette Clark talks 2020 politics; Police chief on being Black while wearing 'Blue'; Virginia State Trooper terrorizes and assaults a Black man; George Floyd's family files lawsuit; Chicago lawmakers call for removal of Stephen Douglas statue; Asheville City Council apologizes to Black residents for city's role in slavery; CBS drops Nick Cannon; Racial discrimination at CDC; Entrepreneur Arion Long talks about her solution-based reproductive product line named Femly.

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#NOBLEChief Mirtha Ramos lends her voice to the discussion on officer morale.Specifically, white male officers are resig...
07/14/2020
‘Morale is lower with White officers’ in wake of George Floyd’s death in police custody

#NOBLEChief Mirtha Ramos lends her voice to the discussion on officer morale.

Specifically, white male officers are resigning their position citing the "anti-police" climate. Is there really an anti-police climate? Or is there resistance to embracing change to the culture of policing in America?

Let us know how you feel.

Black officers say they have always faced greater challenges than White cops, but now they find themselves empathizing with the very protesters who are scorning them.

07/14/2020
Justice By Action - The Crisis of Policing & Public Trust

A community Town Hall panel discussion on lack of trust between the local police departments in America and the Black community. This forum is intended to offer insight and actionable steps on how to improve those relationships. Please visit noblenational.org to learn more. Brought to you by National Organization of Black Law Enforcement (NOBLE).

Black female officers speak out on policing
07/13/2020
Black female officers speak out on policing

Black female officers speak out on policing

Black female officers make up less than 5% of full-time police department staffers. Now there's a big push to make police departments look more like America as a whole. NBC's Rehema Ellis reports for TODAY.

Join us at 12:30pm ET for a Facebook Live session where the topic will be "defunding the police."#NOBLENewsmakers
07/10/2020

Join us at 12:30pm ET for a Facebook Live session where the topic will be "defunding the police."

#NOBLENewsmakers

Join us Monday evening, July 13th at 8:30pm ET on NOBLE's Facebook Live or YouTube Live channels as we bring you, The Cr...
07/10/2020

Join us Monday evening, July 13th at 8:30pm ET on NOBLE's Facebook Live or YouTube Live channels as we bring you, The Crisis of Policing and Public Trust.

The policy options are on the table and they will address operations but how do we lead the process of building, sustaining, and increasing trust with the communities we serve? How long will it take? is it repairable? How can NOBLE lead the charge of building trust?

Join us on Monday evening, July 13th at 8:30pm ET as we tackle this important topic.

#JusticeByAction

Tune in today at 12:30pm ET via Facebook Live for #NOBLENewsmakers where will will discuss a recent debate on defunding ...
07/10/2020

Tune in today at 12:30pm ET via Facebook Live for #NOBLENewsmakers where will will discuss a recent debate on defunding the police. What say you?

Today's NOBLENewsmaker guest will be NOBLE National Recording Secretary, Wayne Harris, who tackle the defund the police topic on the Munk Debates podcast. You can listen to the debate at https://munkdebates.com/podcast/defund-police

07/09/2020
NOBLE Maryland - National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Chapter VP Lt. Charles Ravenell and Annapolis...
07/09/2020
What does it mean to be a Black American on July 4th? We asked 12 community leaders.

NOBLE Maryland - National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Chapter VP Lt. Charles Ravenell and Annapolis Police Department #NOBLEChief Ed Jackson offer their insight on the subject, What does it mean to a Black American on July 4th?

The Capital asked Black community leaders across Annapolis and Anne Arundel County what it means to be a Black American on this day. Here's what they had to say.

Invite your colleagues, coworkers, chapter members, friends,and family to "Follow Us", National Organization of Black La...
07/08/2020

Invite your colleagues, coworkers, chapter members, friends,and family to "Follow Us", National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives - NOBLE on Facebook.

07/08/2020
Brian Ross Investigates: Lawsuit Claims Sales Reps Told, “Sneak” Into Nursing Homes During Pandemic

Tune in at approximately 23 minutes into the segment to hear #NOBLE National Recording Secretary Mitchell Davis' interview on defunding the police, national policing reform, and community policing.

#JusticeByAction #NOBLENewsmakers

Brian Ross Investigates: Sneak attack. A whistleblower lawsuit claims sales reps for a major health care company were told to sneak into nursing homes, bring...

Is it time to defund police?On this episode of the Munk Debates Podcast, Minneapolis City Council Member Alondra Cano an...
07/08/2020
‎The Munk Debates Podcast: Be it Resolved: It is time to defund police and reimagine public safety in our communities on Apple Podcasts

Is it time to defund police?

On this episode of the Munk Debates Podcast, Minneapolis City Council Member Alondra Cano and #NOBLE National Financial Secretary Deputy Chief (ret.) Wayne Harris argue the motion...Be it resolved it is time to defund police and reimagine public safety in our communities.

Listen and let us know who won the debate.

#NOBLENewsmakers

‎Show The Munk Debates Podcast, Ep Be it Resolved: It is time to defund police and reimagine public safety in our communities - Jul 8, 2020

Tune in to Brian Ross Investigates at 5:00pm ET today on Law & Crime to hear Chief Mitchell Davis, Board of Directors Na...
07/07/2020

Tune in to Brian Ross Investigates at 5:00pm ET today on Law & Crime to hear Chief Mitchell Davis, Board of Directors National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, discuss the Black Lives Matter movement, police reform, and detail how he has been mistreated by white officers who knew he was also a police officer.

07/07/2020
Black In Blue

NOBLE South Florida Chapter presented Black and Blue: Ladies' Night Edition.

Hear from four dynamic women as they discuss their experience being a black woman in a white male dominated profession.

#BlackandBlue

Four dedicated women discuss their experiences working in the male-dominated profession of law enforcement

A Path Towards Equity and Sustainable Change!NOBLE Virtual Conference, July 26-28.
07/02/2020

A Path Towards Equity and Sustainable Change!

NOBLE Virtual Conference, July 26-28.

The LEL Traffic Stop- July 2, 2020
07/02/2020
The LEL Traffic Stop- July 2, 2020

The LEL Traffic Stop- July 2, 2020

Seven States Receive Grants to Stop High Risk Impaired Driving – The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) and the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility (Responsibility.org) are awarding grants to help states keep Americans safe from the most dangerous impaired drivers. Read more ...

07/01/2020
NOBLE Domestic Violence PSA

Staying home during the coronavirus pandemic does not mean you have to stay in an unsafe place. Law enforcement is here to help.

#NOBLECares

06/30/2020
"I Just Wanna Live"

NOBLE stands firm in its position to implement real policies and effective legislation to keep everyone in our communities safe.

#JusticeByAction

NOBLE supports changes that address racial disparities particularly with public safety, healthcare, and economic opportunities for communities of color.

NOBLE Region Five leaders discuss bridging the gap between law enforcement and communities.#NOBLENewsmakers
06/29/2020
Here & Now: Repairing the breach between the police and the public

NOBLE Region Five leaders discuss bridging the gap between law enforcement and communities.

#NOBLENewsmakers

Here and Now is a conversation with Shaun Rabb about how we can reach racial equality and what each of us has to do. This week, he spoke with Messina Madson, a former prosecutor who oversaw the office of civil rights in the Dallas County DA’s Office, and two officials with the National Organizatio...

“Our work is just beginning.  Law enforcement leaders, officers, and our communities stand united and ready to improve p...
06/26/2020

“Our work is just beginning. Law enforcement leaders, officers, and our communities stand united and ready to improve public safety through legislative action,” said NOBLE National President Cerelyn J. Davis.

https://conta.cc/31jrfgn

#JusticeByAction

NOBLE National President Cerelyn J. Davis joins the panel this evening at 5:00pm ET to discuss the current climate of ra...
06/26/2020

NOBLE National President Cerelyn J. Davis joins the panel this evening at 5:00pm ET to discuss the current climate of race relations and law enforcement.

#StandAgainstHate

Black Florida police chiefs talk challenges of hiring more black officers
06/25/2020
Black Florida police chiefs talk challenges of hiring more black officers

Black Florida police chiefs talk challenges of hiring more black officers

Despite years of talking about change, Florida law enforcement agencies are still made up of predominately white officers. Investigative Reporter Katie LaGrone talks to two black police chiefs to find out why.

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Hello NOBLE, by now you have seen that our updated website has gone live. This has been a labor of love and fully designed to meet a primary goal of of NOBLE's strategic plan, that being the advancement of NOBLE's position in the global law enforcement stage. I took on this task because it was apparent that our old site was inadequate for NOBLE's purposes. We did not have day to day control, meaning we could not add content in a timely fashion, and visually, it did not portray us in a professional light. I would like to thank Ms. Destiny Pacheco for her outstanding work on the design and development of NOBLEnatl.org. I also want to acknowledge the enthusiastic support of our National Executive Board, and the assistance of our Executive Director Mr. Dwayne Crawford, our Deputy Director Mr. Keenon James, and our IT person Mr. Arvinder Singh in the completion of this project. It could not have been accomplished without you! I am very happy with the final product, and I hope you will be too! NOBLE always, Wayne
Hello NOBLE, by now you have seen that our updated website has gone live. This has been a labor of love and fully designed to meet a primary goal of of NOBLE's strategic plan, that being the advancement of NOBLE's position in the global law enforcement stage. I took on this task because it was apparent that our old site was inadequate for NOBLE's purposes. We did not have day to day control, meaning we could not add content in a timely fashion, and visually, it did not portray us in a professional light. I would like to thank Ms. Destiny Pacheco for her outstanding work on the design and development of NOBLEnatl.org. I also want to acknowledge the enthusiastic support of our National Executive Board, and the assistance of our Executive Director Mr. Dwayne Crawford, our Deputy Director Mr. Keenon James, and our IT person Mr. Arvinder Singh in the completion of this project. It could not have been accomplished without you! I am very happy with the final product, and I hope you will be too! NOBLE always, Wayne
NOBLE, on my wayneharris.org site, I affirm that I am dedicated to ensuring our chapters have the necessary tools for success. I want to expand on that and be specific with what I mean. I've noticed, during my time as our National Financial Secretary, that some of our chapters are extremely active while others are not. We have chapters that have built relationships with organizations in their communities that have assisted them in the business of NOBLE, and we have chapters that have highly structured fundraising strategies. As your National Second Vice President, I will establish a committee to evaluate best practices within our chapters and have those practices disseminated throughout the organization. My goal is to have all chapters able to fundraise successfully and build their operating capital, and to outline how corporate relationships are built and maintained. Please consider voting for me as our next National 2nd VP. Thank you!
All, please enjoy the latest post from by site. Also, please excuse the length, I had much to say. As always, please do not hesitate to share your thoughts or to simply share. Thanks.
Greetings, NOBLE! Herein, is the accompanying video. I shall await your response. Gracias! Mark https://www.facebook.com/nasdaily/videos/304191543913166/
Friends and family, this is the piece I wrote yesterday. Please feel free to share your thoughts with me or just to share, thanks.
Let's revamp police hiring policies so that "bad apples" and inappropriate characters are not hired! Do intensive background checks just as the FBI and US Probation does before a candidate is hired. They interview everyone in the person's lifetime who they can find. Secondly, policemen and women need mandate training seminars in: 1. Diversity 2. Tolerance 3. Sensitivity 4. Anger Management Perhaps these procedures if implemented can reduce the number of unsuitable police professionals so that these tragedies of killing unarmed black men stops! #StopTheKilling
http://southwesttribune.com/news/unarmed-black-person-shot-killed-uniform-police-officer/ Hi all, below is a recent interview I did with a local media organization regarding my candidacy for National Second Vice President and some of the recent events our country has experienced. Please take a moment to give it a read. Thanks. P.S. I've been quiet for a couple of days while gathering my thoughts on what's happening in our country. I'll be writing more soon. Please remember to visit me at wayneharris.org. Peace.
Good morning, Today, I am not writing as a candidate for anything. I am writing because the events in Minneapolis, Memphis and Los Angeles weigh heavy on my heart. We are reacting to the destruction of another human being at the hands of a person wearing a badge. And I say we because that is us out there, either being killed or reacting to it. And as someone very close to me said recently, I'm tired. We, the police of America, the retired police of America, the unions, and the FOPs must change how we are doing business. It is up to us to evaluate our tactics and ensure that they are serving our communities honorably. It is also up to us to come to terms with our history, however difficult that may be. It is shackling us to the past and not allowing for our industry to grow. And, it is contributing to deaths of the George Floyds that are dying and those that will. You may not agree with me, but I pray you do. Please consider the alternative. Nothing will change if we fail.
I shared your statement concerning the police murder of George Floyd, and now I have a challenge because whenever black people come together change happens. You have power, you have position, you have voice. The challenge is to use that power, to use that voice to end the murder of black human beings. Is it a risk, yes; but it is a calculated risk. If you have position and yet don't use it to benefit of your people, then why have it? I challenge each and every black police chief, current and former, who loves their black children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, to make a facebook live video stating their name, where they serve, and the words, "We will end this."
NOBLE, these are unprecedented times. And as law enforcement, we are faced with shaping the future of our industry. What occurred in Minneapolis yesterday reflects on all of us. The relationships we have with the communities we serve have suffered almost irreparable damage. And the sentiments we are hearing, as well as the protests we are dealing with are a direct result of that damage. George Floyd is only the latest spark to ignite the tensions that have existed for generations. It is time for us to address the history of policing in America, both past and present. It is time for law enforcement to evaluate itself and identify how we want to be perceived moving forward. NOBLE can be the leader in that evaluation. It is time to fix what is clearly broken. As your National Second Vice President I will serve at your pleasure. As I mentioned before, we will collaborate with our partners and sponsors to redefine how policing is done in America. We will engage in the difficult conversations ahead, and we will lead our industry toward change. Please consider me as we vote in our next election. Visit me at wayneharris.org or like me @Wayne Harris for NOBLE National Second Vice President.
NOBLE, this is what some are saying about us. We exist, but are ineffective. Unfortunately, this is not the first such criticism I have come across or actually been told. It's time to change this sentiment. It's past time that NOBLE takes the lead. Yesterday we saw another black man killed at the hands of the police. I applaud the firing of the officers, there was clearly nothing right or proper in what they did to George Floyd. But other than a statement, where was NOBLE? These are our family members being killed. It is happening in our neighborhoods. It continues to happen on our watch. We need strong leadership. If elected as our next National Second Vice President, I will make the improper use of force a primary focus of my administration. We will collaborate with our partner organizations and sponsors to redefine how policing is done in America. We will not turn from difficult conversations as we examine our industry's history and future. We will lead. Please consider me as we vote in our next election. It's time for strong leadership. Please go to wayneharris.org for more on my candidacy, or like me on Facebook @ Wayne Harris for NOBLE National Second Vice President https://www.instagram.com/p/CArVlSWDinx/…