NewsNCNW Honors Women Police Chiefs, Directors In Miami

NCNW Honors Women Police Chiefs, Directors In Miami

Director Stephanie V. Daniels of MDPD, was honored for her work in law enforcement as the first woman sworn into her position.

The in-person luncheon, held at the InterContinental Hotel in Doral, gathered several esteemed individuals from various fields to celebrate their significant contributions to society, according to the event’s description. The afternoon celebrated: Director Stephanie V. Daniels, MDPD; Chief Delma Noelle-Pratt, MGPD; Director Sherea Green, MDCR; Chief Cherise Giordani Gause, NMPD; and Chief Harvette Smith, NMBPD.

Today, our Chief Judge Nushin G. Sayfie had the honor of swearing in Sherea Green as Director for the Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Department.Our heartfelt congratulations to Director Green.Photos courtesy of Miami-Dade Corrections and Rehabilitation Dept. pic.twitter.com/Xvm15slodm— Miami-Dade Courts (@MiamiDadeCourts) February 23, 2024

According to the chapter’s official Instagram page, the event featured a panel of Black women leaders in law enforcement. Sunday afternoon’s attendees witnessed awardees receive the Nancy S. Dawkins scholarship and other book scholarships for youth group seniors.

CBS 4 Miami News anchor Chelsea Jones emceed Sunday afternoon’s event.


Source: Black Enterprise

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