Jacqueline Edwards is President of the Association of Black Law Enforcers (A.B.L.E.), the first woman to lead the organization. A.B.L.E. combats anti-Black racism within law enforcement, providing support and mentorship for its members and consulting with governmental and law enforcement agencies to formulate policies, initiatives, and legislation. Jacqueline is a veteran with the Correctional Service of Canada, serving in various positions at the institutional, regional, and national levels, promoting cultural awareness and sensitivity, embracing differences, and fostering good relations with diverse people and communities. In 2021, she received the Ontario Association of Chiefs of Police’s President’s Award of Merit.