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NOBLE GCC honors female law enforcement officers with a Women’s History Empowerment Celebration at City Hall

From the Region IV Conference Newsletter, April 2014 Edition:

On March 20, 2014, approximately 200 women in law enforcement were honored during a Women’s History Month Celebration hosted by the Department of Public Safety, Community Relations Board and the Greater Cleveland NOBLE Chapter.  Members of the 2014 NOBLE National Conference Committee and Pittsburgh Police Department drove to Cleveland Ohio to support Chapter President Carolyn Williams. Pictured in above photo (front row right to left) Shirley A. Berger, Diane levitra rezeptfrei kaufen Richard, Assistant Chief of Police Maurita Bryant, Joy Pekar-Miller, Jessica Ann Tysonand Ellis Stafford. Pictured in (back row right to left) Chief of Police Shelia Mason, Tim Nelson, Mel Kendall McCray and Roderick White.

Congratulations, to Chapter President Carolyn Williams for her vision to honor “Women in Law Enforcement.” The overwhleming support and participation of NOBLE members was outstanding! The Greater Cleveland Chapter has approximately nine (9) Chiefs of Police as members. NOBLE was very well represented.

Carolyn Williams, Director of Law Enforcement, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and NOBLE Chapter President

Steven Hammett, Chief of Police – University Heights Police Department

Arthur Hardee, Chief of Police Case – Western Reserve University

Clayton Harris, Chief of Police – Cuyahoga Community College Police Department

Sheila Mason, Chief of Police – Village of Woodmere Police Department

Clifford Pinkney, Chief Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Department

Ralph Spotts, Chief East Cleveland Police Department

Roberto Robinson, Chief Deputy, US Marshals

Antonio Stitt, Chief of Police Village of Highland Hills Police Department

Calvin Williams, Chief of Police – Cleveland Division of Police