Our Vision

We, as an association, celebrate the past, deal with the present, and prepare for the future.


Opened to all active and retired racial minority peace officers and auxiliary police officers.


The A.B.L.E. community is a place where you can connect and expand your network.

Get Involved

Volunteers are always welcome to share their expertise, and enthusiasm.


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                Celebrating 25 years




Thank you for attending our 1st Annual Leadership Seminar


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On behalf of the Association we would like to thank those of you for attending our 1st annual seminar.  We hope that you found the seminar enlightening, we believe that our diverse and dynamic set of speakers, provided you with in depth insight as well as actionable and practical tools for the advancement in our roles as leaders.

A Big THANK YOU to the Distinguished Individuals who made our day successful and memorable...your wisdom will always be truly appreciated...!

Your presence help to make the event a great success and your enthusiasm and positive spirts helped made out time together productive and fun. 

We wish you all the best and hope that you continue to be engaged with the association.

Please stay tuned for information regarding the next session in the Leadership series, by visiting ableorg.ca


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Upcoming Events


                          Save the Date

                         ABLE 25th Anniversary

           Training Conference and Awards Gala

Date Change:  Due to unforseen circumstances, our annual awards gala will take place in the fall.

Date to be confirmed shortly.  Stay tuned.


Scholarship package is now available!!  Click on the "Community Tab"




ACHA lunch



It will be a powerful and motivating event, so you don't want to miss it!  Sunday, May 28, 2017

at Tropicana Community Services - 1385 Huntingwood Drive, Toronto, Ontario from 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.  

The talent of the participants of A.C.H.A. will be on full display from pan playing, to singing, oration and poetry. 

The event will be a chance to reflect on the many successes of the year and the contribution of members of

our community through an awards ceremony.  A.C.H.A. prides it self on giving back to the community every

Saturday at Centennial College - Progress Campus from September to June.


Make the time to support a powerful organization, raising socially conscious Africentric children, ready to take their place in the world!


connect networking 2017


 National Black Police Association Conference

                       National Black Police Association Conference information

Ontario police forces share carding data with Mounties, CSIS

The province’s counterterrorism plan, reviewed by the Star, directs local police forces to

share intelligence gleaned from street checks with“key partners” including Canada’s spy

agency, raising fresh concerns about the use of personal information.


Ontario’s counterterrorism plan directs local and provincial police to share relevant information gleaned from street checks — or “carding” encounters — with Canada’s intelligence agency and the RCMP, according to the written plan reviewed by the Star.


Municipal police services “should ensure” that intelligence they gather “is shared regularly with key partners,” including the Criminal Intelligence Service Ontario, the Ontario Provincial Police’s anti-terrorism section, the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) and the RCMP, according to the 2014 document — the most recent version of the plan — that was posted online by two small Ontario police services, then apparently removed.


“Front-line officers across Ontario have the unique opportunity to recognize, identify, collect and report on intelligence gathered through primary response duties, such as street checks, vehicle stops and criminal investigations,” the document states.


The 55-page Provincial Counter-Terrorism Plan — along with a “high”- priority memo from the assistant deputy minister in charge of the public safety division of the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services — was sent to all Ontario police chiefs, the OPP commissioner and police services boards on Oct. 22, 2014, following the attack on Parliament Hill earlier that day.




Independent Police Oversight Review: OHRC calls for implementation of recommendations and a renewed commitment to address systemic discrimination

Read our news release online and share on Twitter!

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Race Data and Traffic Stops in Ottawa


Ontario Human Rights Commission  Response to the Race Data and Traffic Stops in Ottawa Report


Deputation to the Ottawa Police Services Board on the Traffic Stop Race Data Collection Project

By Chief Commissioner Renu Mandhane

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OHRC Submission to the Independent Review of Police Oversight Bodies

OHRC Submission to the Independent Review of Police Oversight Bodies

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Street Checks and Racial Profiling are serious issues that have been

occuring within policing.  A.B.L.E. has submitted documents

discussing the issues.


Racial Profiling Submission - Ontario Human Rights Commission

Street Check Submission Document


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Leaders for the future!