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Association of Black Law Enforcers 25th Anniversary National Learning and Development Conference Scholarship Awards Gala

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Association of Black Law Enforcers 25th Anniversary National Learning and Development Conference Scholarship Awards Gala
Conference
Presented By: ABLE-Canada
Thursday, October 26,2017 starting at 08:00A
Le Parc Banquet Centre
8432 Leslie Street
Thornhill, ON

The Association of Black Law Enforcers (A.B.L.E.) is proud to celebrate its 25th anniversary in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of the confederation of Canada in October 2017. During the period October 26th to 28th, 2017 we will host a two-day national training conference that will culminate with a community involved Awards Gala. The theme for the conference and Gala is “25 years A.B.L.E. - Together, Towards, Tomorrow. We also take this opportunity to acknowledge the support and assistance of our host Service the York Regional Police. The conference and Awards Gala will be held at the Le Parc Banquet Centre, 8432 Leslie Street, Thornhill, Ontario.

Annually the Gala is attended by over 600 law enforcement professionals, dignitaries, and community members including international guests from the United States, United Kingdom, and Caribbean. This year’s event is anticipated to sell out.

The keynote address for this year’s Gala will be delivered by Mr. John W. Marshall. Mr. Marshall is the younger of two sons of Thurgood Marshall, the lead attorney in Brown vs. Board of Education, and the United States of America’s first African-American Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. In 1999 the U.S. Senate, under President Bill Clinton confirmed John W. Marshall to serve as the Director of the United States Marshal Service. He was the first African-American to serve as the agency’s Director. The United States Marshal Service is the oldest Federal law enforcement agency in the United States.

Registration for the conference is $225 for ABLE members and $285 for non-members. For conference registration and other information, please visit the website at www.ableorg.ca

Cost Per Person: $285.00

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Association of Black Law Enforcers
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Email: tmendez.able@gmail.com


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