NATIONAL ORGANIZATION of
BLACK WOMEN in LAW ENFORCEMENT, Inc.
Visit our website for upcoming training conferences, local chapter events and community service opportunities.
Elected members hold offices for up to two terms and can be elected to serve on the National Executive Board or in the local chapter
Special Agent Gladys Jones along with several other women of color came together and voiced their concerns and formed the organization now known as NOBWLE in 1984.
The National Organization of Black women in Law Enforcement, Inc. (NOBWLE) is devoted to furthering the hiring and retention of women in the law enforcement field.
NOBWLE has had chapters in Washington, DC; Pittsburgh, PA; New Jersey; Philadelphia, PA; Virginia; Maryland, Ohio, and New York. Are you looking to start a chapter?