July 6, 2020 Lynda R. Williams, Deputy Assistant Director (Retired) U.S. Secret Service and Professor – Criminal Justice Administration Middle Tennessee State University will be sworn in as the National President of NOBLE. Incoming President, Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams, Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall, and ASU Professor Dr. Ben McJunkin served as guest discussing Mending Police Relations-Where do we go from here? Listen to this PODCAST HERE
AZ Chapter's Women Professional Development Lead Pearlette Ramos leads discussions with more than 50 women, ages 11 to 77. Her leadership group called STARS is an acronym for Sisters Talk About Race. These women are writers, analysts, creators and artists. They bring experience and expertise in housing, health care, education, religion, law, marketing, criminal justice, and more. June 28, 2020 your AZ Doeg Nelson Chapter President prior Interim Ferguson Police Chief Andre Anderson spoke to the leaders about Community Policing and Effective Policing with an emphasis on calling this group to action to work closely with law enforcement to bring to fruition their unique and needed voice and perspective
AZ Doeg Nelson Chapter of NOBLE in collaboration with Policing Partnerships are proud to introduce the "Policing Partnerships Leadership Academy" slated for October 2020. A team of leaders are working to bring to fruition a community policing leadership academy where students will learn modern-day community engagement, effective policing strategies and leadership concept designed to carve out a better response in communities of color.