The San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of NOBLE on January 30, 2019, facilitated The Law and Your Community program in San Jose, CA at Seneca Family of Agencies. Participants in the session were mental health workers who primarily work with youth and families who are involved in the foster care and juvenile justice systems. There were 29 adults in attendance with nine persons representing local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

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Your NOBLE National and NOBLE Chapter Membership Matters — National membership dues are due by March 31st and local chapter membership dues are due by January 31, 2019. For those National memberships that need reinstated, President Bumpers has waived the $25 reinstatement fee until March 31st.


NOBLE 2019 Annual Training Conference, August 9-14, 2019, New Orleans, LA

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We cordially invite you to join us on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 6:30 PM for Your Future Begins Today Scholarship Awards Banquet. This fundraiser allows us to celebrate the success of our youth and enables us to continue to provide scholarships to High School Seniors and College Students in 2020. Come out and enjoy dinner, dancing and a silent auction. Award winners will be announced during the banquet. Don’t forget there will be a silent auction, all proceeds willbenefit the SF Bay Area NOBLE Scholarship Fund.

Mistress of Ceremonies: Anna Duckworth-BART Communications Officer and Keynote Speaker: Jusdge Brenda Harbin-Forte-Superior Court of california, Alameda County. Click HERE for more information.

The San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) is providing Scholarship Awards to students pursuing higher education in Criminal Justice Administration or related fields.

NOBLE is pleased to offer a one-time scholarship award of $1,000 each, to six (6) graduating high school seniors who have a career interest in criminal justice, or a related field and (4) college students currently studying criminal justice, or a related field at an accredited college or university.

To apply, please visit

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The Law and Your Community

Sgt. Anisa McNack

Office of Internal Affairs

BART Police Department

101 8th Street

Oakland, Ca. 94612

(877) 679-7000, ext. 7023 (Toll Free)