PRESIDENT OF NABNA
We have come a long way since NABNA was founded in May 1978. The scope of NABNA has broadened considerably in the last 36 years. In the coming year, our goals are to increase membership, scholarships and participation…
To develop methods of improving the image of narcotic law enforcement as a viable career choice among members of the minority community, and to assist such law enforcement agencies in the recruitment of minority persons as employees…
On July 8, 1978, a concerned group of Black DEA Special Agents met for the purpose of establishing a professional law enforcement organization comprised of Black Special Agents assigned to various DEA Regional Offices throughout the world….
DANIEL C. COMEAUX
NABNA is devoted to furthering the hiring, training, and retention of minority Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) employees. Together, we will help our organization grow, evolve, and meet new challenges with steadfast dedication and enthusiasm. At NABNA, we are all role models whether we want to admit it or not, and my plan is to lead by example by exerting the same level of energy and commitment that each of you tirelessly pour into our organization.
Our National Committee
Every year NABNA facilitates various scholarships, coordinates fund raising events and produces its annual training conference. None of these things would be possible without the support of the National Committee. The Committee is as follows:
Daniel C. Comeaux