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The Race Against Gun Violence (RAGV) celebrates the life-changing work of community organizations and provides a dynamic platform for people who care about ending gun violence to connect and get involved. This year, RAGV returns to Grant Park after going virtual in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Following the overwhelming success of last years race, 2021 will include a virtual option for those not able to attend in person. RAGV offers a one-of-a-kind opportunity to Choose Hope and join the NOBLE CHICAGO team for this great endeavor.
In recognition of Police Appreciation Month, NOBLE Chicago Metro Chapter in conjunction with South Shore United Methodist Church has provided 1100 lunches to members of the Chicago Police Department during the month of May. This was provided as a token of appreciation and for their dedication on the frontlines to protect and serve.
Welcome and thank you for visiting the website of the Chicago Metropolitan Chapter of NOBLE (National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives.) On behalf of the Executive Board and the Membership, we appreciate the opportunity to partner with you on a wide array of collaborations to re-establish and continue building trust between law enforcement and the community we serve. The community is an integral part of the criminal justice system, especially the issues that impact African American communities. To that end, our mission is to strive for equity in the administration of justice while being committed to “Justice by Action.”
We invite you to be a part of this journey with us. The Chicago Metro Chapter is comprised of law enforcement executives and rank-and-file from agencies at the federal, state and local levels. We are also comprised of members from all sectors of the criminal justice arena (judges, prosecutors, public defenders, etc.) We are especially appreciative of our non-law enforcement members such as community members, youth leaders, faith-based groups, businesses, educators and elected officials. Please note that you do not have to be a sworn law enforcement officer to be a member of this Chapter.
We look forward to building mutual trust through respect, transparency and integrity. We look to empower as much as to be empowered. Through this networking we hope to lay the groundwork for a lasting partnership to the benefit of the community that we live in and serve. Take a look at our website and see if there is a place for you to engage. We look forward to hearing from you and your joining us using the contact information on this website.
Thank you for your keen attention and warmest regards.
Chicago Metro Chapter of NOBLE
Retired Chief, Chicago Police Dept.