Upcoming Delaware – Collegiate Chapter – Region II Events
CONGRATULATIONS to Brittney Ketler! Today, the Delaware Department of Justice had a farewell luncheon for Delaware Chapter member Brittney Ketler, who on Sunday, May 13 2018, will be leaving for Special Agent training at FBI Academy in Quantico, VA .
Within the short time in the Chapter, Brittney did an outstanding job while serving as the Chief Operations Office, ensured that our members were kept well informed of all activities of the Chapter and the NOBLE National.
So, on behalf of the entire Delaware NOBLE Chapter, let me take this moment to acknowledge our deep gratitude for your commitment and support!!!
Brittney, this is an extremely exciting opportunity for you and we wish you all the best.
Sincerely, The Members of the Delaware NOBLE Chapter
CONGRATULATIONS to Morgan Johnson of the Delaware Collegiate Chapter — Six 4.0 graduates projected for 2018 May Commencement
The 4.0 academic performance of (l-r) Edgar Ortiz and Kirk Prange would make it the first time two Aviation major have completed their undergraduate journey with a perfect GPA.
Delaware State University may have a record number of students completing their undergraduate academic journeys with perfect 4.0 grade point averages during the 2017-2018 academic year.
As DSU approaches its May 12 Commencement Ceremony, there are six seniors who are carrying 4.0 GPAs into the final exams week of April 30-May 4. Along with the 2017 December Commencement’s lone 4.0 graduate, that would bring the total for the entire school year to a record eight 4.0 graduates.
Among the possible 4.0 students projected to graduate on May 12:
Morgan R. Johnson – a senior Psychology major from Ansonia, Conn
If you have any questions or need additional information, please feel free to contact Joe Bryant at (302) 437-4590
The 2018 Annual NOBLE Training Conference will be held July 27, 2018 to August 1, 2018 in Hollywood, Florida, at the Diplomat Resort and Spa.
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Choose Life Ministry:
Chelle Roberts is the Chair of this Ministry and is requesting that this flyer be sent to everyone you know who would benefit from this educational Town Hall session. This family lost their son to gun violence and want to share their story of the unsolved murder and are looking for answers. He was a teenager murdered in Wilmington DE. Our Lt. Governor will also present on Trauma and the effects of gun violence on us and our families. Please see the attached flyer below.
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DDOC Job Opportunities:
Please be advised the following positions listed below opened at midnight on 04/07/2018. I understand some recipients may have not received the email.
• Paralegal II, JTVCC, Open Competitive, Opens: 04/07/18; Closes: 04/13/18
The Middletown Police Department has re-opened our Seasonal Public Safety Aide position:
The position will start Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, with special events until January 1st, 2019.
$11.00 per hour, with flexible schedule and mandatory events.
You may email your application directly to Lt. Brenner @ Christine.Brenner@cj.state.de.us.
Applications will be accepted until Thursday, 4/19/18 at 11:30 pm.
Written test will be held on 4/20/18, 6:00-9:00 pm.
Interviews will be held on Monday (4/23/18) and Tuesday (4/24/18).
Any questions can be forwarded to Lt. Brenner @ Christine.Brenner@cj.state.de.us
Chief Operations Officer
National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE)
P.O. Box 30819
Wilmington, DE 19805
(302) 893-9906 (cell)
Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester held a criminal justice roundtable on the Delaware State University (DSCU) campus on Sunday. Some of our DSU Collegiate NOBLE members were on the panel and they had the chance to speak to her about their views of what was wrong with the Criminal Justice system and ideas for change. She discussed their ideas about creating a more just and equal criminal justice system. Congresswoman Blunt said, “I was incredibly inspired by them and the thoughtful ideas they brought to the table.