Sunday, June 25, 2017

National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Expands to Iowa by Welcoming New Chapter in Des Moines

Washington, DC - NOBLE is proud to announce the expansion of its membership to Iowa. "As we continue to respond to the growing needs of the communities we serve, we are proud to welcome Des Moines chapter into the NOBLE family. Our law enforcement community continues to provide advocacy, instruction and guidance to members across this country as well as elected officials, community leaders, advocacy groups and others. Considering the challenges that we face as a nation in forging mutual respect and accountability, NOBLE seeks to advance its mission through continued growth. We look forward to launching operations and supporting our newly chartered membership organization in Iowa,"- stated NOBLE National President, Perry Tarrant, and Region Four Vice President, Brenda Goss Andrews.
NOBLE is proud to have the support of the Honorable Frank Cownie, Mayor of Des Moines, as he and the city recognize the importance of the organization's work and influence as we continue the dialogue and much needed reform work throughout the country.
NOBLE's newest chapter will publicly be announced in a press conference on Thursday June 29th at 10am. Please join us at the Polk County Training Center located at 1985 NE 51st Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50310. We are honored to have mayor Cownie joining us as well as the Polk County Sherriff's Department and leaders from across the state.


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