Milestone sponsors law enforcement events

Milestone sponsors law enforcement events

Milestone Systems is sponsoring several events of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE). The first of these was the William R. Bracey Winter CEO Symposium, held in Baltimore, Maryland, at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel February 21-23. This gathering provided law enforcement chief executive officers an opportunity to discuss critical and timely public safety issues facing America today and to share useful best practices.

At this symposium, Milestone Systems was presented with a commemoration of the company's sponsorship of NOBLE. Other sponsors included Avrio RMS (an authorized Milestone partner), Anixter, Sony Electronics and Axis Communications, BRS Labs, Fluidmesh Networks, Aegis Industries and Hitachi Data Systems.

The mission statement of NOBLE is “to be recognized as a highly competent, public service organization that is at the forefront of providing solutions to law enforcement issues and concerns, as well as to the ever-changing needs of our communities.”

"One of our key goals as an organization is to promote and encourage attitudes and characteristics that permit adaptability to the growing demands placed on law enforcement, and the development of professional and communication competencies that help comprehend and shape appropriate responses to an ever-changing environment. Part of this is keeping up with the latest in technology available to assist us in our work," says Joseph Akers, Interim Executive Director of NOBLE.

NOBLE will convene its 37th Annual Training Conference and Exhibition in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, August 3 – 7, 2013, at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.

NOBLE is a public service organization that is at the forefront of providing solutions to law enforcement issues and concerns, as well as to the changing needs of communities across the nation. They foster an emphasis on being competent by continuously learning from the collective knowledge of its members and other sources of criminal justice research and data, while simultaneously working to rapidly convert this learning into action.



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