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The National Black Police Association (NBPA) is a nationwide organization of African American Police Associations dedicated to the promotion of justice, fairness, and effectiveness in law enforcement. The NBPA has several chartered organizations throughout the United States, and associate members in Canada, Bermuda, and the United Kingdom. NBPA prides itself as an organization that serves as an advocate for minority police officers around the world. In addition to serving as a National Advocate, NBPA centers its resources upon the principal concerns of the law enforcement issues and the effect of those issues have upon the total community. NBPA through its national membership base establishes a national network for the training and education of all police officers and others interested in law enforcement.

The National Black Police Association, Nashville Chapter was licensed by the State of Tennessee in 1985 by one of its founding members, then Sgt. Luther Hunter. Sgt. Hunter as well as other Nashville Police Officers felt compelled to be part of such a National police organization such as NBPA. The Nashville Peace Officer Association in Nashville was founded to improve the relationship between the Police and the Black community; to evaluate the policies and programs within the Criminal Justice System and their effect upon the community; to elevate, protect, and work for the good and welfare of the community and the membership; to encourage and aid in the recruitment of minorities into the law enforcement profession and to ensure racial equality for all members. Over the past several years the Nashville Peace Officer Association changed its name to NBPA, Nashville Chapter. The Nashville Chapter of NBPA consists of approximately ninety law enforcement officers (sworn/retired) who work or have worked with the Nashville Police Department as well as other law enforcement agencies in and around the Nashville area. The local chapter of NBPA not only has sworn members of law enforcement agencies, but civilian members as well.

Vice President

Greetings -

On behalf of the members of the National Black Police Association Nashville Chapter, I would like to thank you for visiting our website.

This website was created for its members as well as citizens of the Nashville community to provide a means to network as well as communicate. I hope that our organizations website gives you an opportunity to see what the Nashville Chapter of the National Black Police Association is all about. As president of the Nashville Chapter I would say that it has been an honor to serve as president of the Nashville local chapter as well as provide a link to which members and citizens as well as community leaders can communicate their concerns. Take time to visit our website and if you would like to leave me or any member of my executive board a message, please do so and we be sure to correspond back with you in a timely manner.

Thanks for visiting our website....... President Reggie Miller

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