Upcoming Northern Virginia- Region II Events

Dear NOBLE Northern Virginia Chapter Members,

Our next event is right around the corner.

Thursday, June 21st – The Law and Your Community presentation. The presentation will be held at the Alexandria Police Department, 3600 Wheeler Avenue, Alexandria, VA at 6pm. The presentation is in partnership with the Alexandria Police Department. Again, we need your support as we are optimistic that this will be the first of many presentations in partnership with the Alexandria Police Department

Thank you all for your support with our previous endeavors. It was good seeing so many of you at Heritage Fellowship, Brambleton and Stone Bridge. Now, let’s show up in Alexandria on June 21st where the Chief of Police is a proud member of our chapter.

I look to see you there.

Thursday, June 21st – The Law and Your Community presentation. The location hasn’t been determined but it will be in Alexandria at 6pm in partnership with the Alexandria Police Department. Again, we need your support as we are optimistic that this will be the first of many presentations in partnership with the Alexandria Police Department. Let me know if you are able to support.

As you can see, June will be a busy month for us. It goes without saying, our communities need to hear NOBLE’s message now more than ever before. Our meetings help to prepare us to conduct the work of NOBLE. No meeting in June, but it’s time to go to work.

FRIENDLY REMINDERS:

Now – Friendly reminder — 2018 NOBLE National Dues and Chapter Dues

Gary Hart Chapter President of the Northern Virginia Chapter ghart@nvcja.org

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CONGRATULATIONS to Tamiko Francis, a proud member of the Northern Virginia chapter of NOBLE, who has been selected as one of two Deputy Directors at the International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) in Bangkok Thailand, where she will be responsible for the implementation of U.S. foreign policy goals and strategies, as they relate to international law enforcement training. Specifically, as the Deputy Director, she will provide training and management support as well as assist in daily operations, implementation of the curriculum, monitoring and evaluation of course training, budgetary and personnel matters. (CLICK HERE for the promotion announcement)