The Law & Your Community
As a part of our bridge building MD NOBLE will facilitate The Law & Your Community presentations. The Law & Your Community is a nationally recognized hands-on interactive training program for young people ages 13-18 designed to improve their communications with law enforcement officers and their understanding of their federal, state and local laws. Components of the program include: Citizenship, Law Literacy and Law Enforcement Engagement. For information on how your organization can sponsor an event contact:
Charles Ravenell@ 443.865.1507
Mrs. Wood-Reynolds@ 703.658.1529
We present to; youth church groups, camps, sports organizations, school groups, civic organizations
Vice President of Maryland Noble Charles Ravenell and Chief Hatcher (Morgan State University Police) represent NOBLE with a panel discussion with the Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. Topics included best policing practices for students to discuss on their individual campuses when dealing with law enforcement, use of force and diversity. 02/07/19
NOBLE Maryland is in the planning stages of establishing a collegiate chapter of NOBLE. There will be a Criminal Justice Chair who will serve as the adviser to the collegiate chapter. Send all inquiries to email@example.com
The MD chapter members will serve as mentors, assisting with guidance and direction to give students a pathway to career selection and advancement. The level of expertise of the chapter mentors provides the collegiate members with direct exposer, internships, job fairs and insight to the professional network of criminal justice.
MD NOBLE has established a scholarship fund to assist a student(s) who attends a college within the state of Maryland with an emphasis on criminal justice. As apart of the organization’s commitment to building relationships and to ensure that future leaders in law enforcement are afforded opportunities to advance the scholarship is an opportunity for NOBLE MD to “Pay it forward”. The scholar applicant should demonstrate a commitment to service and a desire to pursue criminal justice as a career.
Lucy Lyles (center), Treasure of NOBLE MD with members of AKA support Bea Gaddy Family Center to help prepare to feed the needy for Thanksgiving 11/23/19
NOBLE MD celebrating with Montgomery County Police, Coalition of Black Police Officers. Pay tribute to 50 years since the first African American officer was pinned in Montgomery County.
Photo: Past Pres. of Mont. Co. Coalition Marcus Jones, Tres of NOBLE MD Lucy Lyles, VP of Mont. Co. Coalition George Stephens, Pres. of Mont. Co. Coalition Ana Hester, Pres. of National BPA Sonia Pruitt, VP NOBLE MD Charles Ravenell 10/26/18
Collaboration & Community Outreach
NOBLE MD Treasurer, Lucy Lyles attended a movie showing of "The Hate U Give" with a mentor group of Delta Sigma Theta Baltimore Alumni Chapter. She was there to provide a law enforcement perspective at a critical time for us to build relationships with youth. 10/20/18
Back to school COMMUNITY COLLABORATION with Phi Beta Sigma
Phi Beta Sigma host greeting students back to school at Southwest Academy in Baltimore County. Maryland NOBLE was asked and gladly provided school supplies to give to the returning students helping them get off to a prosperous school year.
Photo: Ms. April Franklin, Principal, Charles Ravenell NOBLE MD VP, Maj. Lucy Lyles NOBLE Treasure, Capt. Orlando Lily, with Phi Beta Sigma members. 9/4/18
NOBLE Maryland is recognized as a public service organization that is at the forefront of providing solutions to law enforcement issues and concerns, as well as to the ever-changing needs of our communities.