President’s Message

Dear NABNA Members:During these uncertain times, where our everyday lives have been changed in ways like we have never experienced before, the safety and well-being of our family and community is a top priority with the leadership of NABNA. As our nation, and others throughout the world, continues to battle the health needs of those inflicted with the coronavirus (COVID-19), …

Our History

Our history begins the Weekend of July 8, 1978. A concerned group of Black Special Agents from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) met in Atlanta, Georgia for the purpose of establishing a professional law enforcement organization comprised of Black Special Agents assigned to various DEA Regional Offices throughout the world. This group of Black Agents discussed issues which were …

Our Mission

NABNA focuses on two categories: Communities and Law Enforcement Careers. Communities To develop a relationship within the minority community for the recruitment of minorities for federal, state and local law enforcement positions To strive 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 …

DANIEL C. COMEAUX

Dear Colleagues, It is a great honor and privilege to assume the role of President of the National Association of Black Narcotic Agents (NABNA). I am humbled and grateful to be entrusted with the responsibility of representing this outstanding organization. As I look forward to continuing the many fine traditions of NABNA, we will continue seeking new creative ways to …