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Black Law Enforcement addresses alleged voter intimidation of the Astorino Administration

On the eve of Election Day, our organization has received reports of possible voter intimidation tactics by Republicans and supporters of the Astorino Administration. As a national law enforcement organization, we are reminding voters that there are state and federal laws that protect them against voter intimidation. Anyone trying to keep a person from voting […]

Blue Wall
Blue Racism is a Figment of NYPD SBA Pres. Ed Mullins Imagination

In response to the NYPD  Sergeants Benevolent Association Union video called Blue Racism, as Black Law Enforcement Professionals, we are insulted and embarrassed that Union Leadership would intentionally twist meanings of words that have a long history of hate and suffering. First, as Black Law Enforcement Professionals we recognize that Blue is not an ethnic group […]

Across the Nation
Black Workers, Labour Unions and Justice

For Black unionists, labor reforms, like those in education, law enforcement and politics, are more rhetoric than reality.  They must understand that reform emanates from privileged conversations and closed door decisions by leaders who do not l look like them. And given Blacks’ continuing low priority status in unions, it’s safe to conclude organized labor’s […]

Community
BLEA “Call to Action” on Race and Civic Engagement!

White Plains, NY Blacks in Law Enforcement of America, Inc. in partnership with the White Plains/Greenburgh Branch of the NAACP, is presenting a Town Hall and community engagement meeting on Thursday, May 4, 2017 in an effort to galvanize the community and talk about solutions to address social injustices we face at home and abroad. […]

Accountability
The Session Lesson: Has Black Law Enforcement Lost Their Way?

As a national association of Black Law Enforcement professionals, we reject any notion or idea that Black Law Enforcement can be or should be any ambassadors for the President and Attorney General’s agenda for public safety as it relates to Black communities. As a national organization of Black Law Enforcement Professionals, we stand on the […]

Across the Nation
Sessions to black cops: Help us explain Trump approach to your communities

With distrust of police high and rising within the black community, Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday asked African-American law enforcement leaders to serve as ambassadors for the rough-and-tumble approach to policing he and President Donald Trump favor. Sessions’ plea for NOBLE members to serve as ambassadors to black communities came just a few days […]

Accountability
POLICE KILLINGS ARISE FROM A RACIST CULTURE

African Americans are more than twice as likely than whites to be killed by the police. Discussions about how to change that troubling statistic usually revolve around better recruitment and training of law-enforcement officers. While such programs are surely valuable, new research suggests the fundamental problem lies beyond such fixes: It indicates that, if there […]

Across the Nation
The Long, Painful History of Police Brutality in the U.S

Last month, hours after a jury acquitted former police officer Jeronimo Yanez of manslaughter in the shooting death of 32-year-old Philando Castile, protesters in St. Paul, Minnesota, shutdown Interstate 94. With signs that read: “Black Lives Matter” and “No Justice, No Peace,” the chant of “Philando, Philando” rang out as they marched down the highway […]

Blacks in Law enforcement will continue to express “ Black” as it refers to people of color that are law enforcement professionals. The emphasis is on the common experience and determination of the people of African, Afro-Caribbean and Asian origin that opposes the effects of the policies and procedures in the history of our Justice System, that are based on racial bias and disproportionality.
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