Please join colleagues, friends, family and community in honoring Chief Darryl McAllister's 37 years of dedicated and passionate public service to the Union City and Hayward communities, as well as his distinguished leadership contributions to law enforcement nationwide.
Dinner....farewell recognitions.... celebration..... dancing....
Let's usher him to his new life chapters in style!
Crowne Plaza Hotel, Union City
Friday December 14th, 2018- 6:00 pm - 11:30 pm
On behalf of the NOBLE San Francisco Bay Area Chapter - Region VI, please join me in congratulating our very own Vice-President OPD Deputy Chief Danielle Outlaw on becoming the new Chief of Police for the City of Portland! Chief Outlaw has been a pillar of the community and has worked hard to strengthen the relationship between law enforcement and the public.
PORTLAND, OR – Mayor Ted Wheeler today announced that he has selected Danielle Outlaw to become the next Chief of the Portland Police Bureau. Outlaw is a 19-year veteran of the Oakland Police Department, where she served as a Deputy Chief since 2013. Outlaw will be formally introduced at a press conference on Thursday, August 10.
During the selection process, Mayor Wheeler emphasized the qualities he wants in a police chief, based upon the principles of President Obama’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing. The Mayor selected Outlaw based on her ability to provide leadership and supervision to over 950 sworn and 270 non-sworn employees, to work effectively with diverse communities, and to lead an organization committed to community policing, transparency and accountability. Wheeler and Outlaw have a shared dedication to improving relationships with Portland’s communities of color, increasing diversity and embracing equity.
“I have concrete goals for the Portland Police Bureau, all of them challenging to achieve. I need a partner. I need a leader. More than that, I need someone with a passion for this work who will be in it for the long haul,” said Wheeler. “Danielle Outlaw is that person.”
With over 17 as an officer rising through the ranks at the Oakland Police Department, Captain Sekou Millington underscored his commitment to the Oakland community in a number of assignments including but not limited to Community Policing where he worked to build and strengthen community-police relationships, Narcotics enforcement where he spent time undercover working to get illicit drugs off the streets, Investigations where he liaised with federal agencies such as the DEA, FBI, ATF and the US Marshals service, and SWAT where he served as a Team Leader then Tactical Commander. While assigned as the Training Section Commander Captain Millington also served on the Departments Force Review Board where he worked with other executive staff members to formulate strategies to keep the department at the cutting edge of contemporary policing strategies.
Understanding the importance of education, Captain Millington attended Union Institute and University where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership. Captain Millington attended the FBI National Academy Session #256 and earned his Certificate of Achievement in Criminal Justice Education.
He is a member of a number of local and national law enforcement organizations including the California Chapter of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives (NOBLE) where he proudly serves as the Chapter President.
Captain Sekou Millington has demonstrated his ownership of the mission to provide the Oakland Community with the Police service they deserve, and more. His career highlights the fact that he is dedicated to serve and has earned his place as a leader both in the department and in the community.
The California Chapter of NOBLE would like to Congratulate Captain Millington for his hard earned and well deserved promotion. We are proud to call him one of our own.
Captain Leronne Armstrong has been promoted to Deputy Chief of Police with the Oakland Police Department.
Lieutenant Nishant Joshi has been promoted to the position of Captain of Police with the Oakland Police Department.
From the San Francisco Bay Area region 6 chapter of NOBLE