1st Annual Achievers Luncheon

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1st Annual Achievers Luncheon

The National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter 1st Annual Achievers Lunch

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Fairview Metropolitan 10051 Doolittle Drive Oakland, CA 94603

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The 1st Annual Achievers Luncheon will be hosted on October 26, 2022, from 11:30 am - 1:30 pm at the Fairview Metropolitan Golf Course, 10051 Doolittle Drive, Oakland, CA 94603. Doors will open at 11:00 am. The theme for this year is "Leading Reform: Challenging Assumptions."

Join us as we acknowledge and honor leaders who are paving the way!

Keynote Speaker: Chief (Ret.) Carmen Best, Seattle Police Department Author: Black in Blue: Lessons on Leadership, Breaking Barriers, and Racial Reconciliation

Tickets $75, includes a copy of Chief Best's Book "Black in Blue"

Honoring:

The Legacy Award is to recognize a truly outstanding individual who is currently or has been a member of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of NOBLE. Individuals should have a minimum of 20 years of law enforcement experience and collective contributions has had a considerable impact on current and future generations of NOBLE members, Bay Area law enforcement and the communities they serve.

Director Ronald L. Davis United States Marshals Service

The Achievers Award is to recognize truly outstanding achievers in the field of law enforcement within the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of NOBLE. Individuals should have a minimum of 10 years of law enforcement experience and collective contributions are in concert with the mission, values and objectives of NOBLE in the furtherance of public safety.

Chief Leronne Armstrong Oakland Police Department

Chief Abdul Pridgen San Leandro Police Department

Lieutenant (Ret.) Joan Johnson Alameda County Sheriff's Office

The NOBLE Partner Award is to recognize an elected leader or appointed law enforcement CEO, or an appointed CEO of government or non-government organization (NGO), or a CEO of a community institution within the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of NOBLE that demonstrates support for the values of NOBLE in the furtherance of public safety. This person or organization has consistently demonstrated their support in both words and deeds.

Sheriff Paul Miyamoto San Francisco Sheriff's Office

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