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Chief Ojeisekhoba Earns State, Regional Honors

IACLEA Vice President for Finance John Ojeisekhoba received recognition from multiple law enforcement and civic agencies on March 13; the recognition included the Achievers Award from SoCal NOBLE (National Association of Black Law Enforcement Executives) and award recognitions from the state of California Highway Patrol, the Los Angeles Police Commission, and the Los Angeles Attorneys Office. “Chief John,” as he is known on his campus, serves as associate vice president and chief of campus safety at Biola University in La Mirada, California.

The NOBLE award and additional recognitions were given in recognition of VP Ojeisekhoba’s perseverance, exemplary leadership, ambassadorship, personal and professional achievements, and specific contributions to the community locally, statewide, and nationally. 

(Left to right). Biola University President Barry Corey, VP Ojeisekhoba, Heidi Bradley Ojeisekhoba, John Ojeisekhoba Jr., Andre Stephens (Biola University Vice President for Student Development).

The Certificate of Appreciation from the Office of City Attorney noted VP Ojeisekhoba’s “outstanding dedication and valuable contributions to our community” and it was signed by City Attorney Mike Feuer.

The Certificate of Recognition from the Los Angeles Police Commission noted, “This prestigious recognition is given to law enforcement personnel that have established successful careers within the law enforcement profession, dedicated efforts to unifying the African-American community, and consistently demonstrated extraordinary accomplishments recognizing NOBLE’s mission, goals, and objectives of law enforcement. As a result of your unselfish commitment and dedication to public service, your positive impacts provide inspiration to the community.”

Congratulations, VP Ojeisekhoba!

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