National Black State Troopers Coalition

National Black State Troopers Coalition The NBSTC is a law enforcement organization fostering Justice, Knowledge and Pride in its membership through networking, training & community service.

The membership of the N.B.S.T.C is comprised of affiliate chapters and individuals dedicated to expanding the participation of minorities in the professional ranks of the criminal justice system.

The membership of the N.B.S.T.C is comprised of affiliate chapters and individuals dedicated to expanding the participation of minorities in the professional ranks of the criminal justice system.

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On this day December 25, 2021 the National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to take this opportunity to wish th...
12/25/2021

On this day December 25, 2021 the National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to take this opportunity to wish the many citizens around the country that we serve a very Merry Christmas.

While you are celebrating with your family and friends we ask that you continue to be safe and thank you for your continued support. In addition to celebrating today we also wish you a very Happy and Prosperous New Year.

We as an organization of Troopers in our respective states want to assure you that the oath of office that we are sworn to uphold remains at the forefront of our mission to protect and serve our communities.
Thank you and God Bless you!

On this day December 25, 2021 the National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to take this opportunity to wish the many citizens around the country that we serve a very Merry Christmas.

While you are celebrating with your family and friends we ask that you continue to be safe and thank you for your continued support. In addition to celebrating today we also wish you a very Happy and Prosperous New Year.

We as an organization of Troopers in our respective states want to assure you that the oath of office that we are sworn to uphold remains at the forefront of our mission to protect and serve our communities.
Thank you and God Bless you!

With Respect, Honor, and Gratitude the National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to offer our sincere thanks to...
11/11/2021

With Respect, Honor, and Gratitude the National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to offer our sincere thanks to our Veterans and their families for their service and sacrifices on this Veterans Day.
Thank you! 🇺🇲

With Respect, Honor, and Gratitude the National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to offer our sincere thanks to our Veterans and their families for their service and sacrifices on this Veterans Day.
Thank you! 🇺🇲

On Saturday July 17, 2021, the National Black State Troopers Coalition partnered with the Coalition of Black Maryland St...
08/16/2021

On Saturday July 17, 2021, the National Black State Troopers Coalition partnered with the Coalition of Black Maryland State Troopers, MSP Forestville Barrack, the MSP Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division, and Briar Patch Shredding & Recycling to help members of the community protect themselves from identity theft and to remind them of the importance of information security.

We provided a free shredding opportunity with the intent to increase awareness about identity theft and as well as offered a safe place to have their sensitive documents securely and professionally shredded and recycled.

From this effort, we were able to serve 80-100 community members and shred 6,560 pounds of paper, which equals 3.28 tons.

We were also able to build a positive relationship with the community while letting them know that keeping their information safe is just as important to us.

On Saturday July 17, 2021, the National Black State Troopers Coalition partnered with the Coalition of Black Maryland State Troopers, MSP Forestville Barrack, the MSP Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division, and Briar Patch Shredding & Recycling to help members of the community protect themselves from identity theft and to remind them of the importance of information security.

We provided a free shredding opportunity with the intent to increase awareness about identity theft and as well as offered a safe place to have their sensitive documents securely and professionally shredded and recycled.

From this effort, we were able to serve 80-100 community members and shred 6,560 pounds of paper, which equals 3.28 tons.

We were also able to build a positive relationship with the community while letting them know that keeping their information safe is just as important to us.

On this Memorial Day The National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to express our most sincere appreciation for...
05/31/2021

On this Memorial Day The National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to express our most sincere appreciation for all of the dedicated men and women of our Military. It's especially important that we recognize our nation's fallen military troops who paid the ultimate sacrifice with their lives to defend our nation. This is also an opportunity to thank the families of our military members for the sacrifices that they have made and continue make every day.

On behalf of the NBSTC and all the citizens we serve and protect - thank you for your dedication and commitment in keeping our country safe.

On this Memorial Day The National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to express our most sincere appreciation for all of the dedicated men and women of our Military. It's especially important that we recognize our nation's fallen military troops who paid the ultimate sacrifice with their lives to defend our nation. This is also an opportunity to thank the families of our military members for the sacrifices that they have made and continue make every day.

On behalf of the NBSTC and all the citizens we serve and protect - thank you for your dedication and commitment in keeping our country safe.

On this day March 4, 2021 the board of directors of National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to take this oppo...
03/04/2021

On this day March 4, 2021 the board of directors of National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to take this opportunity to recognize the month of March as Women's History Month.

The National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to honor the sacrifices that have been made and the ground work that has been laid for many strong women in our history.

We are an organization made up of State Troopers proudly serving in our respective states, and we pay homage to the many contributions that women have made and continue to make all while being the backbone in the fight for justice and equal treatment of all people.

On this day March 4, 2021 the board of directors of National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to take this opportunity to recognize the month of March as Women's History Month.

The National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to honor the sacrifices that have been made and the ground work that has been laid for many strong women in our history.

We are an organization made up of State Troopers proudly serving in our respective states, and we pay homage to the many contributions that women have made and continue to make all while being the backbone in the fight for justice and equal treatment of all people.

On this day February 1, 2021; the Board of Directors of National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to take this ...
02/01/2021

On this day February 1, 2021; the Board of Directors of National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to take this opportunity to recognize February as Black History Month.

The National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to recognize our past and present African American leaders for the sacrifices that have been made and the ground work that has been laid down for many of us and the position that were are in.

We as an organization of Troopers in our respective states recognize that the fight for justice and equal treatment off all people continue as we hold our oath's of office.

On this day February 1, 2021; the Board of Directors of National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to take this opportunity to recognize February as Black History Month.

The National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to recognize our past and present African American leaders for the sacrifices that have been made and the ground work that has been laid down for many of us and the position that were are in.

We as an organization of Troopers in our respective states recognize that the fight for justice and equal treatment off all people continue as we hold our oath's of office.

The National Black State Troopers Coalition honors the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wa...
01/18/2021

The National Black State Troopers Coalition honors the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was the most important voice of the American civil rights movement, which worked for equal rights for all.

The National Black State Troopers Coalition honors the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was the most important voice of the American civil rights movement, which worked for equal rights for all.

On this National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day,  The National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to express ou...
01/09/2021

On this National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, The National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to express our sincere appreciation for all of the dedicated men and women of our Law Enforcement family past and present. Its especially important that we recognize our nation's fallen Law Enforcement Officers who gave their lives to defend our nation. This is also an opportunity to thank the families members of officers for the sacrifices that they have made and continue make every day. On behalf of the NBSTC and all the citizens we serve and protect - thank you for your hard work and commitment to keep our communities safe."

On this National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, The National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to express our sincere appreciation for all of the dedicated men and women of our Law Enforcement family past and present. Its especially important that we recognize our nation's fallen Law Enforcement Officers who gave their lives to defend our nation. This is also an opportunity to thank the families members of officers for the sacrifices that they have made and continue make every day. On behalf of the NBSTC and all the citizens we serve and protect - thank you for your hard work and commitment to keep our communities safe."

The holiday season is upon us, and while we will celebrate in ways different from what we are accustomed to, what should...
11/26/2020

The holiday season is upon us, and while we will celebrate in ways different from what we are accustomed to, what should remain the same is our spirit of gratitude. On behalf of the Board of Directors of the National Black State Troopers Coalition we wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving!

Congratulations to past NBSTC President Robert Guilbeaux on his recent retirement with the Louisiana State Police.
10/22/2020

Congratulations to past NBSTC President Robert Guilbeaux on his recent retirement with the Louisiana State Police.

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10/22/2020

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Today, after over 38 years with the California Highway Patrol, Commissioner Warren Stanley has announced his retirement effective November 17, 2020. He has expressed his gratitude to Governor Newsom, and his staff, for the years of partnership and support. He would also like to thank the public for the opportunity to serve you all. Finally, he would like to congratulate Deputy Commissioner Amanda Ray on her appointment to Commissioner on November 17, 2020.

Deputy Commissioner Ray has been a pioneer for women in law enforcement as the first female in the CHP’s 91-year history to hold the position of Commissioner for the nation’s largest state police agency. Throughout her career, she has actively engaged with the communities she serves, seeking every opportunity to participate in outreach events, and active involvement in departmental programs to provide the highest level of Safety, Service, and Security to the people of California.

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Retiree Major Robert Hightower of Georgia State Patrol. Major Hightow...
09/24/2020

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Retiree Major Robert Hightower of Georgia State Patrol. Major Hightower (Ret) was Georgia State Patrol first black state trooper

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Retiree Lieutenant Colonel Gil Jones of the Ohio Highway Patrol.
09/24/2020

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Retiree Lieutenant Colonel Gil Jones of the Ohio Highway Patrol.

The National Black State Trooper Coalition pays tribute to civil rights icon Representative John Lewis. He never stopped...
07/27/2020

The National Black State Trooper Coalition pays tribute to civil rights icon Representative John Lewis. He never stopped fighting for a better tomorrow. May we all continue to carry his legacy with us.

On this Memorial Day The National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to express our sincere appreciation for all ...
05/25/2020

On this Memorial Day The National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to express our sincere appreciation for all of the dedicated men and women of our Military.
Its especially important that we recognize our nation's fallen military troops who gave their lives to defend our nation.
This is also an opportunity to thank the families of our military members for the sacrifices that they have made and continue make every day.
On behalf of the NBSTC and all the citizens we serve and protect - thank you for your hard work and commitment to keep our communities safe."

05/15/2020
National Law Enforcement Memorial Officers Fund Virtual Candlelight Vigil

In observance of National Police Week (May 10-15), the National Black State Troopers Coalition would like to share this video link of the 32nd Annual National Law Enforcement Memorial Officers Candlelight Vigil which pays tribute to local, state, and federal officers.

We will never forget the dedicated men and women in law enforcement, and their Families who have paid the ultimate sacrifice. 💙🖤

The 32nd Annual National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund Candlelight Vigil is one of the most solemn, important and inspirational annual observances h...

This week (May 10-16, 2020) in National Police Week and an opportunity for the National Black State Troopers Coalition t...
05/12/2020

This week (May 10-16, 2020) in National Police Week and an opportunity for the National Black State Troopers Coalition to express our sincere appreciation for all of our dedicated men and women in law enforcement. Its especially important that we recognize our nation's fallen officers who gave their lives in the line of duty.
This is also an opportunity to thank our law enforcement partners and their families for the sacrifices they make every day, especially on the front lines during this global pandemic.
On behalf of the NBSTC and all the citizens we serve and protect - thank you for your hard work and commitment to keep our communities safe.

Promising!!
03/09/2020

Promising!!

Acadia Parish Youth Summit.

To commemorate its commitment of remaining apart of the community, the elected officers of CSTC took their oaths of office at the Acadia Parish Youth Summit in Crowley, La. District Judge David Smith of the 15th J.D.C. swore in BO Juneau as President, Jerry Williams, 1st Vice President, Thurman Miller, 2nd Vice President, Robert F. Guilbeaux, Secretary, Greg Pleasant, Treasurer, Harold JeanBatiste, Parliamentarian and John Goodly aa Sgt-at-arms.

Following the ceremony, Members of CSTC took part in the Summit’s Grand Parade which was lead by Texas Southern’s Ocean of Soul Band, Miss Louisiana and other dignitaries. During the Summit CSTC presented seatbelt safety and conducted seatbelt safety demonstrations.

02/18/2020
Oklahoma Highway Patrol

Fellow NBSTC member Trooper Lateka Alexander discuss her experience as being Oklahoma Highway Patrol first and only black female trooper

Trooper Lateka Alexander #211 talks about what it means to be the first and only black female trooper on the Patrol. It is her hope (and the Patrol’s) that more join her before she retires. #ohp #blackhistorymonth

Perseverance! Great read....
02/09/2020

Perseverance! Great read....

LT Col. Russell Maples is currently the highest ranking black trooper at the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. He is one of two deputy chiefs serving under the Chief of the Highway Patrol. He was a graduate of the 43rd Academy in 1988. That academy started with 8 black cadets and LTC Maples says he remembers people saying the patrol had lowered their standards to let them in. He says they took that to heart and decided to prove those people wrong. He was the first black trooper assigned to Troop G Grady County. And he remembers that it was the first time many Oklahomans in that part of the state had experienced a black law enforcement officer. His first court case there, he said many troopers showed up to see how he would perform. It was over a ticket he had issued as a result of a collision. Maples said he displayed a combined speed formula during that case which the defense attorney could not argue against. He won that case and earned the respect of his colleagues as well as the nickname “professor.” Since Maples’ time in Grady County, 3 other black troopers have served there. #ohp #blackhistorymonth

Louisiana State Police Recruiting
02/06/2020

Louisiana State Police Recruiting

Louisiana State Police Cadet Class 100
Application and Testing Deadline

Louisiana State Police is preparing for Cadet Class 100. The testing deadline is Wednesday, February 26, 2020. This will be the last available test date in order to be considered for a #Trooper position in Class 100.

Your initial application must be submitted to the Louisiana State Police Commission by noon on Monday, February 24, 2020.

The last Physical Fitness Assessment will be given on Saturday, March 7, 2020 at the LSP Training Academy, 7919 Independence Blvd, Baton Rouge.

If you previously registered for the PT test, you will receive an email with the new link for March 7th.

All applications received after Monday, February 24, 2020 will be considered for Cadet Class 101.

Applications can be found here: http://bit.ly/2nEmvAy

There are three different testing options and the LSP Commission will offer you the options after they have received your application.

1) Web-based testing in the office of the Louisiana State Police Commission every Tuesday and Thursday.

2) Proctored test-available Monday - Friday, 24 hrs a day, at a cost of $30.00.

3) The test is given the last Wednesday of every month at 9:00 am at the Louisiana State Police Training Academy.

Questions should be sent to [email protected]

Join #LouisianasFinest
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Celebrating A Moment In Black HistoryWilliam Boyd LindsayAmerica's First Black State Trooper was commissionedon July 23,...
02/04/2020

Celebrating A Moment In Black History
William Boyd Lindsay
America's First Black State Trooper was commissioned
on July 23, 1941 in Illinois.

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I was given some wonderful news at work today. My agency, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), will be hiring, and managers are encouraged to recruit. The Division I manage is responsible for import safety regulation. We oversee the importation of motor vehicles and automotive equipment concerning compliance with Federal safety standards. We make sure used cars imported from other countries, especially Canada and Mexico, are safe on American roads. I will be looking to hire investigative analysts and field inspectors soon. I also need a temporary policy writer to help write policies, procedures, regulatory guidance and collaborate on rulemaking (writing federal regulations). So I will also be looking for an intern, maybe two. There is a great opportunity here for people getting out of college (undergraduate and graduate) but also recent retirees depending on education and experience. There is an expectation of travel for both field inspectors and investigative analysts. Most of our fieldwork is along the Great Lakes, Pacific Northwest, and along the St. Lawrence River (New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine). We also have a partnership agreement with DHS so people in those positions will also do port visits working with CBP officers. Long Beach, Savannah, Charleston, Baltimore, Port Huron (Michigan), Detroit, Buffalo, and Champlain are ports we have a lot of activity. The pay is pretty good $60K to over $120K depending on the pay grade you qualify for if hired. Most of the positions are located in Washington, DC. There is the possibility of remote work locations in the Detroit, Seattle, and Buffalo Areas for the field inspector positions. If you or anybody you know would be interested in the upcoming positions side message me. We can talk about the Federal Hiring Process and doing a résumé that works.
Tappin The Alabama Powerlifting Hall of Fame will induct retired Michigan Trooper Floyd Givens (NBSTC/NORST member) into the Alabama Weightlifters Hall of Fame at Trammel Ironworks Historical Park 12632 Confederate Parkway, McCalla, AL 35111 31 July 2021 11 am-1 pm. CLICK OR PASTE: https://alpowerhof.wixsite.com/mysite/2021 CLICK OR PASTE: https://www.tannehillstatepark.org/. Lodging: Best Western Hotel and Suites, 5041 Academy Lane, Bessemer, Alabama, 35022. Phone: 205-481-1950. Rate: $118.00 per night. CLICK OR PASTE: Floyd Givens: YouTube video: https://video.search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?ei=UTF-8&hsimp=yhs-att_001&hspart=att&p=youtube+floyd+givens&type=hp-banner-v2Aug27#id=1&vid=129465c10b749d7ebf18e72c78559b68&action=click. When you Google Floyd's videos, a donation is made to his Detroit based church. Please RSVP- ASAP if you plan to attend so, the event planners can fully provide enough foodstuffs and liquids. Please share and Thank you, Frank Tappin.
We have just 12 slots open for our June session of the Essentials. This will be our last offering in 2021 to be ALL VIRTUAL. Join us!
"I can't see a jury white, black, green, blue, purple, or polka dot walking out of there without casting a vote to convict this man." Leonard Mungo General Counsel, National Coalition of Black State Troopers, shares his thoughts on there Derek Chauvin trial on The World Tonight. National Black State Troopers Coalition
Retired Connecticut State Police Detective Frederick M Abrams the President of The Connecticut Chapter of the Men and Women For Justice Inc would like to take the time to congratulate Connecticut State Police Trooper Letisha Sealy who graduated on October 8, 2020. Trooper Sealy was the only African American Female in the 129th Connecticut State Police Training class.
Often the good acts displaying compassion and empathy from law enforcement professionals goes under the radar of the general public. We are taking this opportunity to highlight the kindness and generosity of Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Drew Stoner. While waiting for his vehicle to be serviced, Trooper Stoner overheard 92 year old Mary Summers inform the mechanic she could only afford to replace the flat tire on her vehicle despite needing to replace all of her tires. Trooper Stoner went above and beyond and secretly paid to replace all of Mary's tires. Trooper Stoner, we applaud your actions and thank you for a job well done! NYPD Muslim Officers Society New Jersey Latino American Trooper Society National Black State Troopers Coalition Pakistani American Law Enforcement Society - PALS Italian American Police Society of New Jersey- IAPSNJ NJ State PBA State Troopers State Police, Troopers, and Officers STFA Foundation Texas State Troopers Texas Department of Public Safety Texas Highway Patrol #texasstatetrooper #texas #nationaltrooperscoalition #policeofficers Link: https://www.wvlt.tv/2020/06/13/texas-trooper-secretly-pays-for-92-year-old-womans-tires/
Visit our webstore at www.isphf.org. This shirt features Illinois State Police Trooper William Boyd Lindsay, America's First African-American State Troopers, commissioned on July 23, 1941, in Illinois. National Black State Troopers Coalition
I added a photo and the post is botched. I cannot seem to retrieve it. My apologies.
One of our retired members has found a photo of Frederick Robinson, serving in 1953 he is the first black New York State trooper. I had some difficulties posting so I apologize for the duplicate photos.
https://www.statepatrol.ohio.gov/recruit/index.html Captain Marvin E. Hill, U-896 Recruitment & Diversity Commander Ohio State Highway Patrol Academy 740 E. 17th Avenue Columbus, Ohio 43211 Office: 614 387-6073 [email protected] "SERVICE ABOVE SELF" "SERVICE WITH RESPECT" Check us out..... Great Career......
This is only a suggestion, this issue should be an agenda item at a future meeting. I remember conversations I had with people after the Castile killing asking how to survive a police encounter. These were college-educated professional people. What bothered me is "surviving" a police encounter. No law-abiding citizen should have to worry about surviving contact with the Police. I think this organization among others can do outreach that alleviates fear without perceived cop-bashing. Again, only a suggestion.
A sincere thank you to the National Black State Troopers Coalition for their service this weekend at the Union City Etris-Darnell Senior Center. Over 200 members provided amazing renovations to the center including painting, installing new carpet and cleaning. Union City says thank you! Union City, Georgia Georgia Municipal Association National League of Cities African American Mayors Association United States Conference of Mayors #communityservice #seniorcenter #lovemycity #nationalblackstatetrooperscoalition