Monthly Archives: June 2015

NOBLE Participates at Mayor Emanuel’s Commission for a Safer Chicago June Meeting

On Wednesday, NOBLE was invited to participate in Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s “Commission for a Safer Chicago” meeting. NOBLE presented its “The Law & Your Community” law literacy program and “Stronger Together” restorative community-police relations initiatives.   At this meeting, Mayor … Continue reading

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Mayor Emanuel, National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Announce New Effort to Build Relationship Between Police And Youth

City of Chicago :: Mayor Emanuel, National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Announce New Effort to Build Relationship Between Police And Youth.

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National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) Denounces the Violence in Charleston, South Carolina

[Alexandria, VA] The African American community and the nation as a whole has once again experienced violence that has resulted in the senseless killing of nine people at the almost 200-year-old Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. These nine innocent people … Continue reading

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NOBLE Invited to Participate in Youth-Police Relation Panel & Discussion at Lindblom Math & Science Academy

On June 1o, eight NOBLE members walked in the hallways of Lindblom Math & Science Academy as guests of the junior sociology class of Ms. Kathryn Hollerbach. “One of Ms. Hollerbach’s sociology class students approached me after a community-police relation … Continue reading

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Only 10 of 89 new Chicago police officers are black – FOX 32 News Chicago

Only 10 of 89 new Chicago police officers are black – FOX 32 News Chicago.

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NOBLE Partners with Chicago Eco House for Englewood Urban Garden Project

Yesterday marked the breaking ground day for Englewood’s first community garden. Chicago Eco House, in partnership with NOBLE, started to cultivate a lot located at 6114 South Stewart in the Englewood community to erect a community garden. “This garden is … Continue reading

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Police Unions Must Not Block Reform

Police Unions Must Not Block Reform By JONATHAN M. SMITH MAY 29, 2015 WASHINGTON — THE decline of public trust in the police we’ve seen after a string of incidents in Ferguson, Mo., Cleveland, New York and Baltimore has many … Continue reading

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