We are a law enforcement community dedicated to the fight against illegal drugs on our streets and in our cities. We are special agents, diversion investigators, intelligence analysts, state and local police and administrative officers. We are also fathers and mothers, spouses, neighbors and friends. When our communities fall prey to narcotics and the violence and family destruction it brings, we are all affected. As minority agents we take our jobs very seriously and we understand that we are fighting for generations to come. We also understand that the enforcement of the law is only half the battle. To help our youth and our society we must extend our efforts to include the Education, Empowerment and Economic support of our communities and our fellow agents.
We are NABNA the National Association of Black Narcotic Agents.
With help from our sponsors and the commitment of our members, we have provided career training for hundreds of agents, awarded over $80,000 in scholarships and mentored numerous youths as they try to avoid the ills of substance abuse. We will continue to serve the communities we live and work in not only by performing our federal duties with integrity and excellence, but also by being responsible citizens who care enough to give back.
We are NABNA and with your help we will continue to make a difference today and strive towards a better tomorrow for our children's children.