Association of Black Law Enforcers Membership

          


A.B.L.E. Membership Eligibility
Membership is opened to all active and retired black and other racial minority peace officers and
auxiliary police officers. Members of the community, who support the goals and objectives of A.B.L.E.
and want to assist in improving the relationship between the community
and the law enforcement profession, may also become members.



Primary Membership ($50 per year)
An active or retired black or racial minority peace officer which would include a: Police Officer, Probation Officer, Parole Officer, Immigration Officer, Court Services Officer, Correctional Officer, Customs Officer, Sheriff’s Officer, Special Constable and By-law Enforcement Officer.

Associate Membership ($25 per year)
An active or retired black or racial minority person currently employed or who has retired from employment in the administration or enforcement of the law. This would include Auxiliary Police Officers and civilian members of law enforcement agencies.

Affiliate Membership ($25 per year)
An individual who supports the goals and objectives of A.B.L.E. The Executive must approve affiliate members.

  
Download PDF Application Form here!
Download MS Word version of the Application Form here!    

 *Applications can be mailed in at anytime*
                                  OR
*Applications can also be emailed at anytime*
           membership.able@gmail.com



 


Dear A.B.L.E. Members,
 
I understand that the COVID-19 virus concern is on everyone's mind and I trust that everyone reading this message is doing well,  as well as your part, to reduce the spread of this Pandemic.
 
First, I am writing to thank all of you, who have recently renewed your Association of Black Law Enforcers (ABLE) membership and to also welcome new members! 

Shortly, you will see a Membership Survey, your feedback is essential to  ABLE's success. 

Please take a few minutes to complete the survey and return your responses to membership.able@gmail.com.   Click on SURVEY

Also, please note, that my plan to host a general member's meeting in April 2020, has been postponed until further notice due to the current COVID-19 precautions. 
 
Furthermore, plans for the 2020 ABLE Scholarship and Awards Ball are ongoing.  This year's event will take place on October 24th at Pine Crest Event Center, located at 17 Vinyl Ct, Woodbridge Ont. 
More info to follow.....
 
Please, Stay Safe and do your part to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
 
Regards,

--------------
Jacqueline Edwards
President
Association of Black Law Enforcers





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