The Oklahoma Chapter of the National Association of Blacks in Criminal Justice is a multi-ethnic, non-partisan, non-profit association of criminal justice professionals and community leaders dedicated to improving the administraiton of justice. The Association was founded as a vehicle by which criminal justice practitioners could initiate positive change from within, while increasing opportunities for the average citizen to better understand the nature and operation of our local, state and federal criminal justice processes.
Membership and participation in the activities of the Association are open to all, irrespective of race, creed or country of national origin.
Your generous donation will help NABCJ-OK further our goals. You may designate that your donation apply to our scholarship fund; donations may also be made in honor of an individual.
Reginald Hines, President
Rita Cooksey, Vice President
Eric Franklin, Treasurer
Apryl Owens, Secretary
Joyce Jackson, Board Advisor
Clarence Blades, Parliamentarian
J. D. Daniels, Board Advisor