NOBLE Greater Cleveland Chapter

National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives

The Conscience of Law Enforcement

We are committed to public service for youth and communities as we also create an environment of leadership development and growth for our membership.

NOBLE SERVES AS THE CONSCIENCE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT BY BEING COMMITTED TO JUSTICE BY ACTION.

Greetings from the Greater Cleveland Chapter, we as members are committed to providing leadership to our various police agencies by working with our communities to bring a working and safe relationship between the police officers and our residents, which will assist in the growth and prosperity of our neighborhoods.

Lt. Thomas McMillan, Chapter President
Campus Police and Security Services
Cuyahoga Community College-Metropolitan Campus

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NOBLE Greater Cleveland Chapter has collaborated with PRADCO to provide essential training for women in law enforcement: Building Leadership Presence. Please email LBorodkin@pradco.com for registration. ... See MoreSee Less

NOBLE Greater Cleveland Chapter has collaborated with PRADCO to provide essential training for women in law enforcement: Building Leadership Presence. Please email LBorodkin@pradco.com for registration.

NOBLE seeks to spotlight its members for their outstanding achievements beyond their everyday responsibilities.

The NOBLE Greater Cleveland Chapter is honored to spotlight Lieutenant Michquel Penn of Kent State Police Department.
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NOBLE seeks to spotlight its members for their outstanding achievements beyond their everyday responsibilities. 

The NOBLE Greater Cleveland Chapter is honored to spotlight Lieutenant Michquel Penn of Kent State Police Department.

#communityengagement
Copied from the Ohio Media School's LinkedIn Page: It was an honor to have Lt. Thomas McMillan, Campus Police and Security Services Cuyahoga Community College-Metropolitan Campus and Deputy Chief Victor McDowell, M.A.,SHRM-CP, CDP, FBINA, Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority, as our guests at Ohio Media School Cleveland Campus.

Together we enjoyed a tour of our studios and classrooms and a sit down discussion with Campus Director Janice (Jennie) Hannah-Hardy, MSM Change Leadership and Education Director Gilberto Rivera to develop an upcoming collaboration with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE). Lt. McMillan serves as the Greater Cleveland Chapter President and Deputy Chief McDowell as Second Vice President.

We are creating a program for our Ohio Media School student interns and look forward to the launch. Our goal is to have our students produce a series of podcasts hosted by Lt. McMillan and Deputy Chief McDowell and feature guests from around Ohio and nationally to discuss the important topics within law enforcement. Our students will benefit from this real-world experience and grow in their community engagement, as well.

Preparing future media professionals by providing real-time, hands on experiences is our priority. We appreciate the commitment of Lt. McMillan and Chief Deputy McDowell and the trust they place in Ohio Media School to produce this podcast series and achieve project goals. Launch details will be coming soon.

We invite you to get to know us. Please inbox local Career Services Director Houda Crable or National Employer Representative Lynda Leciejewski for more information on how we can work together.

#learnfromaprotobeapro #broadcastmedia #excellenceineducation #internship #podcasting #workingtogether Beonair Network of Media Schools John P. Girard Daniel Perez Jamie Hambrick Rhonda Frazier Janice (Jennie) Hannah-Hardy, MSM Change Leadership Mark Quinn
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Copied from the Ohio Media Schools LinkedIn Page: It was an honor to have Lt. Thomas McMillan, Campus Police and Security Services Cuyahoga Community College-Metropolitan Campus and Deputy Chief Victor McDowell, M.A.,SHRM-CP, CDP, FBINA, Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority, as our guests at Ohio Media School Cleveland Campus.

Together we enjoyed a tour of our studios and classrooms and a sit down discussion with Campus Director Janice (Jennie) Hannah-Hardy, MSM Change Leadership and Education Director Gilberto Rivera to develop an upcoming collaboration with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE). Lt. McMillan serves as the Greater Cleveland Chapter President and Deputy Chief McDowell as Second Vice President.

We are creating a program for our Ohio Media School student interns and look forward to the launch. Our goal is to have our students produce a series of podcasts hosted by Lt. McMillan and Deputy Chief McDowell and feature guests from around Ohio and nationally to discuss the important topics within law enforcement. Our students will benefit from this real-world experience and grow in their community engagement, as well.

Preparing future media professionals by providing real-time, hands on experiences is our priority. We appreciate the commitment of Lt. McMillan and Chief Deputy McDowell and the trust they place in Ohio Media School to produce this podcast series and achieve project goals. Launch details will be coming soon.

We invite you to get to know us. Please inbox local Career Services Director Houda Crable or National Employer Representative Lynda Leciejewski for more information on how we can work together.

#learnfromaprotobeapro #broadcastmedia #excellenceineducation #internship #podcasting #workingtogether Beonair Network of Media Schools John P. Girard Daniel Perez Jamie Hambrick Rhonda Frazier Janice (Jennie) Hannah-Hardy, MSM Change Leadership Mark Quinn

Click on the link to register for the webinar set for April 18, 2022, at 1:00pm Eastern Standard Time.
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On April 2, 2002, the City of East Point made history by naming Chief Cloud as its first black female Fire Chief in the city. She was also the first black woman to hold that title in the United States. She was the Fire Chief in East Point for twelve years before retiring in 2015. The city will name Fire Station #4 after Chief Rosemary Roberts Cloud. The unveiling occurred on place on her birthday, Friday, March 29, 2019.

The Chief Rosemary Roberts Cloud Fire Station & Training Facility is a $3.25-million dollar project. The 12,000 square foot facility consists of four engine bays with a manufactured burn tower located in the rear. The burn tower will serve as a training location for Firefighters in East Point and surrounding jurisdictions.

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On April 2, 2002, the City of East Point made history by naming Chief Cloud as its first black female Fire Chief in the city. She was also the first black woman to hold that title in the United States. She was the Fire Chief in East Point for twelve years before retiring in 2015. The city will name Fire Station #4 after Chief Rosemary Roberts Cloud. The unveiling occurred on place on her birthday, Friday, March 29, 2019. 

The Chief Rosemary Roberts Cloud Fire Station & Training Facility is a $3.25-million dollar project. The 12,000 square foot facility consists of four engine bays with a manufactured burn tower located in the rear. The burn tower will serve as a training location for Firefighters in East Point and surrounding jurisdictions.

Credit: City of East Pont News

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Press Release: This event was co-sponsored by the Cleveland Guardians and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Greater Cleveland Chapter. ... See MoreSee Less

Press Release: This event was co-sponsored by the Cleveland Guardians and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Greater Cleveland Chapter.

CLEVELAND — Each year, the Greater Cleveland Chapter of NOBLE host a virtual Super Bowl Square fundraiser. The proceeds and donations are used to support a family that has a child with a severe medical condition.

This event was co-sponsored by the Cleveland Guardians and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Greater Cleveland Chapter.
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CLEVELAND — Each year, the Greater Cleveland Chapter of NOBLE host a virtual Super Bowl Square fundraiser. The proceeds and donations are used to support a family that has a child with a severe medical condition.

This event was co-sponsored by the Cleveland Guardians and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Greater Cleveland Chapter.
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NOBLE Greater Cleveland Chapter has collaborated with PRADCO to provide essential training for women in law enforcement: Building Leadership Presence. Please email LBorodkin@pradco.com for registration. ... See MoreSee Less

NOBLE Greater Cleveland Chapter has collaborated with PRADCO to provide essential training for women in law enforcement: Building Leadership Presence. Please email LBorodkin@pradco.com for registration.

NOBLE seeks to spotlight its members for their outstanding achievements beyond their everyday responsibilities.

The NOBLE Greater Cleveland Chapter is honored to spotlight Lieutenant Michquel Penn of Kent State Police Department.
... See MoreSee Less

NOBLE seeks to spotlight its members for their outstanding achievements beyond their everyday responsibilities. 

The NOBLE Greater Cleveland Chapter is honored to spotlight Lieutenant Michquel Penn of Kent State Police Department.

#communityengagement
Copied from the Ohio Media School's LinkedIn Page: It was an honor to have Lt. Thomas McMillan, Campus Police and Security Services Cuyahoga Community College-Metropolitan Campus and Deputy Chief Victor McDowell, M.A.,SHRM-CP, CDP, FBINA, Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority, as our guests at Ohio Media School Cleveland Campus.

Together we enjoyed a tour of our studios and classrooms and a sit down discussion with Campus Director Janice (Jennie) Hannah-Hardy, MSM Change Leadership and Education Director Gilberto Rivera to develop an upcoming collaboration with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE). Lt. McMillan serves as the Greater Cleveland Chapter President and Deputy Chief McDowell as Second Vice President.

We are creating a program for our Ohio Media School student interns and look forward to the launch. Our goal is to have our students produce a series of podcasts hosted by Lt. McMillan and Deputy Chief McDowell and feature guests from around Ohio and nationally to discuss the important topics within law enforcement. Our students will benefit from this real-world experience and grow in their community engagement, as well.

Preparing future media professionals by providing real-time, hands on experiences is our priority. We appreciate the commitment of Lt. McMillan and Chief Deputy McDowell and the trust they place in Ohio Media School to produce this podcast series and achieve project goals. Launch details will be coming soon.

We invite you to get to know us. Please inbox local Career Services Director Houda Crable or National Employer Representative Lynda Leciejewski for more information on how we can work together.

#learnfromaprotobeapro #broadcastmedia #excellenceineducation #internship #podcasting #workingtogether Beonair Network of Media Schools John P. Girard Daniel Perez Jamie Hambrick Rhonda Frazier Janice (Jennie) Hannah-Hardy, MSM Change Leadership Mark Quinn
... See MoreSee Less

#communityengagement
Copied from the Ohio Media Schools LinkedIn Page: It was an honor to have Lt. Thomas McMillan, Campus Police and Security Services Cuyahoga Community College-Metropolitan Campus and Deputy Chief Victor McDowell, M.A.,SHRM-CP, CDP, FBINA, Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority, as our guests at Ohio Media School Cleveland Campus.

Together we enjoyed a tour of our studios and classrooms and a sit down discussion with Campus Director Janice (Jennie) Hannah-Hardy, MSM Change Leadership and Education Director Gilberto Rivera to develop an upcoming collaboration with the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE). Lt. McMillan serves as the Greater Cleveland Chapter President and Deputy Chief McDowell as Second Vice President.

We are creating a program for our Ohio Media School student interns and look forward to the launch. Our goal is to have our students produce a series of podcasts hosted by Lt. McMillan and Deputy Chief McDowell and feature guests from around Ohio and nationally to discuss the important topics within law enforcement. Our students will benefit from this real-world experience and grow in their community engagement, as well.

Preparing future media professionals by providing real-time, hands on experiences is our priority. We appreciate the commitment of Lt. McMillan and Chief Deputy McDowell and the trust they place in Ohio Media School to produce this podcast series and achieve project goals. Launch details will be coming soon.

We invite you to get to know us. Please inbox local Career Services Director Houda Crable or National Employer Representative Lynda Leciejewski for more information on how we can work together.

#learnfromaprotobeapro #broadcastmedia #excellenceineducation #internship #podcasting #workingtogether Beonair Network of Media Schools John P. Girard Daniel Perez Jamie Hambrick Rhonda Frazier Janice (Jennie) Hannah-Hardy, MSM Change Leadership Mark Quinn

Click on the link to register for the webinar set for April 18, 2022, at 1:00pm Eastern Standard Time.
tri-c.webex.com/webappng/sites/tri-c/meeting/info/6a9e04c815bb49c2becbb77cc4d1c00a?siteurl=tri-c&...
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Click on the link to register for the webinar set for April 18, 2022, at 1:00pm Eastern Standard Time. 
https://tri-c.webex.com/webappng/sites/tri-c/meeting/info/6a9e04c815bb49c2becbb77cc4d1c00a?siteurl=tri-c&MTID=m60a3df1b2649acd9cb18310484b5cfcb&meetingAuthToken=QUhTSwAAAAU7o8y03Q6nhaYy9Lqypk12IZoEFY%2FrZ5KLtXlw3xpWZvDNpsAts9NzOnYZfz31ZrCQaGLtluIJSl8zFh2beeKD7NAp48BFiGd6NuQtYqIhDv1%2BQZpIt0wK%2BGkjRO1W279nkn%2BOUdrHwmj2ZNXB3Qcf9nbyx5hYLNG1MebaV9C3OpPHTXnFveqRISs3nHbG5qV4sR7r7fLjfrDURY7yhV4OCvp2sXAybgyx3TI7vl53JQ%3D%3D

On April 2, 2002, the City of East Point made history by naming Chief Cloud as its first black female Fire Chief in the city. She was also the first black woman to hold that title in the United States. She was the Fire Chief in East Point for twelve years before retiring in 2015. The city will name Fire Station #4 after Chief Rosemary Roberts Cloud. The unveiling occurred on place on her birthday, Friday, March 29, 2019.

The Chief Rosemary Roberts Cloud Fire Station & Training Facility is a $3.25-million dollar project. The 12,000 square foot facility consists of four engine bays with a manufactured burn tower located in the rear. The burn tower will serve as a training location for Firefighters in East Point and surrounding jurisdictions.

Credit: City of East Pont News
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On April 2, 2002, the City of East Point made history by naming Chief Cloud as its first black female Fire Chief in the city. She was also the first black woman to hold that title in the United States. She was the Fire Chief in East Point for twelve years before retiring in 2015. The city will name Fire Station #4 after Chief Rosemary Roberts Cloud. The unveiling occurred on place on her birthday, Friday, March 29, 2019. 

The Chief Rosemary Roberts Cloud Fire Station & Training Facility is a $3.25-million dollar project. The 12,000 square foot facility consists of four engine bays with a manufactured burn tower located in the rear. The burn tower will serve as a training location for Firefighters in East Point and surrounding jurisdictions.

Credit: City of East Pont News

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Press Release: This event was co-sponsored by the Cleveland Guardians and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Greater Cleveland Chapter. ... See MoreSee Less

Press Release: This event was co-sponsored by the Cleveland Guardians and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Greater Cleveland Chapter.

CLEVELAND — Each year, the Greater Cleveland Chapter of NOBLE host a virtual Super Bowl Square fundraiser. The proceeds and donations are used to support a family that has a child with a severe medical condition.

This event was co-sponsored by the Cleveland Guardians and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Greater Cleveland Chapter.
... See MoreSee Less

CLEVELAND — Each year, the Greater Cleveland Chapter of NOBLE host a virtual Super Bowl Square fundraiser. The proceeds and donations are used to support a family that has a child with a severe medical condition.

This event was co-sponsored by the Cleveland Guardians and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Greater Cleveland Chapter.
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