Sally Thomason has been retired from The Rutgers Police Department for 15 years. During her career at Rutgers, she served as squad Sergeant, and Supervisor of the Communications & Dispatch Center and Records Bureau.
Sally joined The North East Region of the National Black Police Association in 1989. The organization broke away from the NBPA in 1999. Since the official formation of the National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers in April 2002, she has consistently served as a delegate for the New Jersey chapter of Men and Women For Justice and a member of the national body’s board of directors. The rest is history.
She has served as the first female president, and as treasurer, of the New Jersey Council of Chartered Members of the National Black Police Association, president of Men and Women For Justice, has served on the executive board of various organizations, to include her much appreciated, tireless service on NABLEO’s Executive Committee as the National Conference Chair, and has provided countless hours of advice and counsel to those in leadership.
Sally enjoys devoting her time to NABLEO and working behind the scene. Meeting up with everyone at the conference once a year is such a pleasure. In her own words, her greatest joy is helping others especially seniors that everyone seems to have forgotten about and young children.
Sally is a southerner and enjoys going south to visit with family and friends.
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