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This radio show is the source of news and information about the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE).

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Willie Williams and Brenda Goss Andrews chairs of the NOBLE Awards and Civil Rights Committees respectively will be our guests to announce the 2011 recipients.

We appreciate the tough economic times that our members are facing. The conference can offer Hard work and fun for the entire family. Mark Logan of the Education & Training Committee will join us on a later show to speak specifically... more

Nadia Tunstall of the Fox Valley Technical College will join us for an overview of the National Missing Childrens' Day Poster Contest.

In this episode Ms. Triplett will provide her insight into the founding of NOBLE.

Part one in a series where we interview Ms. Peggy Triplett, affectionately known as the mother of NOBLE. In this episode we learn about her life and career.

We are joined by Willie Williams, Chair of the NOBLE National Awards Committee and Brenda Goss Andrews Chair of the Civil Rights Committee to announce the 2010 Awards selections.

On Saturday May 1, 2010 Duane Jackson was tending his vending stand at Times Square, when his attention was diverted to a parked vehicle displaying its flashers. A closer look revealed smoke and popping sounds coming from within.... more

On this week's show we will announce the winners of the various NOBLE awards. The awards will be presented at the NOBLE Annual Conference & Exhibition with most presented on Tuesday, July 28, 2009.

Join us for a conversation with FBI Supervisory Special Agent Rhonda Glover, Chair of the NOBLE Youth Initiative as preparations are made for the NOBLE Youth Conference which is held in conjunction with the NOBLE National... more

Boley, Oklahoma Chief Virgil Green, NOBLE Representative to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) will talk about the Oklahoma Chapter's "Buckle Up in Your Truck" campaign. Take 25, and traffic safety during prom season.
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