As a national organization of Black Law Enforcement Professionals, we are in full support of 49’s Quarterback, Colin Kaepernick. It is our duty as peace officers and members of Blacks in Law Enforcement of America to continue the fight for freedom, justice, and equality for all citizens. Blacks In Law Enforcement of America believes that […]
Category: Speak Out
Blacks in Law Enforcement of America’s New York Representative, Damon K. Jones speak candidly about the need to define Police Criminality over Police Brutality and institutional retaliation against black law enforcement if they speak up in defense of the black community.
My name is Ronald E. Hampton; I am one of the co-conveners of the DC Justice Collaborative established as an initiative under the leadership of the Institute of the Black World 21st Century. Additionally, I am a retired police officer that served over 23 years in the DC Metropolitan Police Department. The recent homicides in […]
Blacks In Law Enforcement of America’s NY Representative, Damon K. Jones is guest on WBAI 99.5 FM at 1030 AM on Vantage Point hosted by Dr Ron Daniels talking about Police and Community Relations, the Responsibility of Black Law Enforcement, Black Elected Officials and the death of Raynette Turner
Once again Police Union Leadership like SBA President, Ed Mullins uses weak rhetoric to connect the want of police accountability to crime rates in the community of color throughout the nation. The New York Post reported that Mr. Mullins stated: “They [politicians] take the position of defending the criminal. The incident that took place in […]
WHEN BLACK POLICE OFFICERS TURNED THEIR BACKS, THEY ARE IN FACT TURNING THEIR BACKS ON THE BLACK COMMUNITY AS WELL!
The world witnessed police officers turning their backs at a funeral of one of their fallen comrades when the Mayor of city who was invited by the family of the fallen officer spoke. To turn your back on someone or something is to refuse to help or assist. What message are union leaders like PBA […]
Mrs. Turner was the Fifth black female to die in police custody in the month of July! As Black Law Enforcement we have an obligation to find out why these (cell block) deaths are occurring. As an Organization of Black Law Enforcement Professionals, we have questions pertaining to the death of Mrs. Turner. We […]
Reported by www.blackwestchester.com Black Law Enforcement Organizations from throughout New York State, which included The Grand Council of Guardians, 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care, Law Enforcement Alliance, Blacks in Law Enforcement of America, National Latino Officers Association of America and others gathered on Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at One Police Plaza, to voice […]
Amid police shootings, massive protests and grand jury decisions, Americans are asking themselves some hard questions about justice and law enforcement: Are some police officers guilty of racial bias, and are others even qualified to serve? Do some prosecutors serve the public, or protect the police? And, are there some unresolved issues between the races […]