IMPORTANT UPDATE

NOBLE's 44th Annual Training Conference & Exhibit, July 25-29 2020 in Cleveland, Ohio has been cancelled due to the ongoing global COVID-19 pandemic. It is not feasible at this point in regards to health and safety concerns. However there will be a virtual Training Conference conducted with additional details to come.

 NOBLE's 43rd

Annual Training and Conference is behind us and there was a great showing by members from numerous Maryland police agencies: Anne Arundel Co. PD, Balto. City, Balto. Co. PD, DNR Police, Howard Co. PD, Mont. Co. PD, Mont. Co. Sheriff Office, Morgan State PD, Mt. Rainier PD

The conference was well attended and provided awesome workshops such as, Life Long Wellness for Law Enforcement, Purposeful and Effective Study Skills, Civilian Oversight of Law Enforcement in the 21st Century, Policing with Our Communities, Career Development through Flash Mentoring, Traffic Safety as a Quality of Life Issue, 5G For Public Safety, Crisis Response, The Impact of Forensic Digital Evidence and Policing, Community Policing and Procedural Justice to list a few.

Memorial March to New Hope Baptist Church

Executive Director Dwayne Crawford, National President, Chief Vera Bumpers, Maryland Vice President Charles Ravenell

Keynote Speaker at the Awards Luncheon Dr. Michael Eric Dyson and 1st Vice President Chief Cerelyn "CJ" Davis

DATES & EVENTS

JANUARY 2020

FEBRUARY 2020

2/1/20 @ 9:00am Reg. monthly meeting @ Woodlawn Library, 1811 Woodlawn Dr, Woodlawn, MD 21207

2/1/20 @ 11:00am Black History Month NOBLE Outreach @ Woodlawn Library, Janice the Griot, Harriett Tubman in her own words. 

MARCH 2020

3/10/20 Tues. @ 9:00am Blessing of the Badge @ MDTA Pol. HQ, 4330 Broening Hwy., Baltimore 21224.

APRIL 2020

MAY 2020

JUNE 2020

JULY 2020

AUGUST 2020

SEPTEMBER 2020

OCTOBER 2020

NOVEMBER 2020

11/8/20 Annual Scholarship Bull & Oyster Roast, UAW Local 239 Hall, 1010 South Oldham St., Baltimore, MD 21224 (TIME TBD)

3/7/20 Sat. @ 9:00am Members monthly meeting @ Howard Co. Po,. HQ, 3410 Court House Dr., Ellicott City

2/1/20 @ 9:00am Reg. monthly meeting @ Woodlawn Library, 1811 Woodlawn Dr, Woodlawn, MD 21207

FEBRUARY 2020

JANUARY 2020

OCTOBER 2020

4/4/20 Sat. @ 9:00am Members monthly meeting @ Ho. Co. Pol. HQ, 3410 Court House Dr., Ellicott City (CANCELLED)

4/23/20 Wed. Chief Symposium- location MPTC, 6852 4th St., Sykesville, MD 21784 (TIME TO BE DETERMINED)

2/8/20 @ 9:00am - 2:00pm The Law and Your Community, Amer. Legion, 1707 Forest Dr., Annapolis, MD 21401 To be hosted by DC Chapter and supported by the Maryland Chapter of Noble. 

5/1- 5/2/20 Fri.&Sat. @ 9:00am Region II Meeting at Virginia Union University, 1500 N. Lombardy St., Richmond VA. Any questions contact Carol Adams @804-2182866 or carol.adams@richmondgov.com (CANCELLED)

6/6/20 Sat. @ 9:00am Members monthly meeting @ Howard Co. Po,. HQ, 3410 Court House Dr., Ellicott City

JULY /20 Sat. @ 9:00am Members monthly meeting @ Howard Co. Po,. HQ, 3410 Court House Dr., Ellicott City

8/1/20 Sat. @ 9:00am Members monthly meeting @ Howard Co. Po,. HQ, 3410 Court House Dr., Ellicott City

9/5/20 Sat. @ 9:00am Members monthly meeting @ Howard Co. Po,. HQ, 3410 Court House Dr., Ellicott City

10/3/20 Sat. @ 9:00am Members monthly meeting @ Howard Co. Po,. HQ, 3410 Court House Dr., Ellicott City

Bea Gaddy Thanksgiving Family Center charity dinner (DATE & TIME TO BE DETERMINED)

DECEMBER 2020

12/5/20 Sat. @ 9:00am Members monthly meeting @ Howard Co. Po,. HQ, 3410 Court House Dr., Ellicott City

"COURAGES WOMEN" symposium presented by the Vangard Justice Society (VJS) was held in Baltimore City and well attended. The keynote speaker was Chief Bumpers, NOBLES's National President

Photo above left to right; Vice Pres. of VJS Natalie Preston, National President of NOBLE Vera Bumpers, Patrice Andrew Chief of Morrisville PD in North Carolina, Alice Carey Chief of Univ. of MD, Baltimore, Lisa Robinson President of VJS. 3/31/19  

Ronce Alford, President of MD NOBLE attended.

PROUD MARYLAND NOBLE LEADERS

On behalf of the NOBLE Maryland Chapter Executive Board, I would like to congratulate Terrance Benn of the Howard County Police Department who was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.  Lt. Benn who is a member of the NOBLE Maryland Chapter has served the citizens of Howard County for the past 12 years.  He has worked in the Southern and Northern District Patrols and in the Community Outreach Section.  He served as the area supervisor for Ellicott City in the Northern District Patrol.  His current assignment will be the night shift watch commander for the Northern District.  Please join us in congratulating Lt. Benn!

 

-Ronce Alford, NOBLE Maryland Chapter President

Congratulation Lt. Pruitt for your being promotion to the rank of Captain for Montgomery County Police Dept. She becomes the first African American female Captain in the department's history. She's also the Nat'l Chairperson of the Nat'l Black Police Association. She is pinned by Maj. Sabrina Tapp-Harper of the Balto. City Sheriff's Office. 

Noble Maryland Chapter Member and past Noble DC Chapter President Grayling Williams appointed as the new Chief of Police for the Prince George’s Community College. He will bring his host of knowledge and experience from Yale University PD, DEA, DHS, Baltimore City PD, Pennsylvania State IG Office, and Portsmouth PD to the Prince Georges Community College and surrounding areas.  Congratulations Chief and good luck!

Lisa Myers was sworn in by Clerk of the Courts, Wayne Livesay as the First African American Police Chief of Howard County Police Department. She was joined by her husband Captain Woodrow Myers of Towson University Police. Feb. 13 2019 

Congratulation Capt. Natalie Preston for your promotion to rank of Major. She becomes the first female Commander of the Northeast District in the Baltimore City Police Department.

Major Lucy Lyles is promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and becomes the first African American female to hold this rank in the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) Police. She is pinned by retired Chief and past MD Noble Pres. Doug DeLeaver.