Trebor Randle, Life Member of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, was appointed to the position of Special Assistant to President Rodney Bryant in 2023. Ms. Randle previously held this position regarding International Affairs in 2021.
She attended her first NOBLE meeting more than 30 years ago at her local chapter in Georgia. Ms. Randle served as Secretary, Scholarship Committee Chairperson and NOBLE Youth Coordinator, within the local chapter as well.
During her law enforcement career, Ms. Randle was employed as a Special Agent with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) for approximately 27 years. Ms. Randle began her law enforcement career more than 30 years ago as a Deputy Marshal in Muscogee County, Georgia. In 1995, she was hired as a Narcotics Agent with the GBI and was assigned to the State Drug Task Force where she was responsible for conducting undercover narcotics investigations. Throughout her career with the GBI, Ms. Randle has been promoted through the sworn ranks from Narcotics Agent to Special Agent and later Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Region 3 field office located in Americus, Georgia.
During her career, Agent Randle specialized in the field of financial crimes, child abuse and crimes against the elderly. As a Special Agent Principal, Agent Randle supervised the work of agents assigned to the State Heath Care Fraud Control Unit (SHCFCU). The primary focus of the SHCFCU investigations were medical providers who defrauded the government through programs such as Medicare and Medicaid.
In July 2014, Agent Randle was promoted to the rank of Special Agent in Charge of the Child Fatality Review Unit where she was assigned to oversee the work of the State Child Fatality Review Panel. These duties include traveling throughout the state of Georgia, and the country raising awareness of issues that confront our youth and more importantly lecturing on child death prevention strategies. Ms. Randle has spent the last nine years traveling abroad as a law enforcement Transnational Gang and Human Trafficking trainer and consultant. This exposure helped Ms. Randle develop knowledge and insight in Diplomatic Protocol and the needs of law enforcement across the globe. Her compassion and love for the profession has led her to become an asset throughout the international law enforcement community.
Ms. Randle is also a graduate of Columbus State University’s Command College where she received her Master’s Degree in Public Administration. Ms. Randle is a member of the Georgia Association of Chief’s of Police, Georgia Sheriff’s Association, Caribbean Law Enforcement Foundation, National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE), International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the National Association of Women Law Enforcement Executives (NAWLEE), and the International Association of Women Police (IAWP).