Korean American Advisory Council Law Enforcement

Bridging the gap between Law Enforcement and Korean-Americans in NY Metropolitan area since 1997.

About K.A.A.C.L.E.

KAACLE LogoKorean American Advisory Council Law Enforcement (K.A.A.C.L.E.) was formed as a non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to serving Korean American Community by bridging the gap between law enforcement and Koreans in Greater New York.

Since 1997, K.A.L.E.A.C. has raised funds to assist families of fallen heros, provide scholarship and purchased equipment.  K.A.L.E.A.C. bridges the cultural and language gap and helps Korean American businesses and residences gain protection from crimes by acting as a liaison with the NYPD and volunteers as community patrol.

On Jan. 2016, the organization changed the name to Korean American Advisory Council For Law Enforcement, Inc. (K.A.A.C.L.E.). 

We have obtained the support of and thank the current NYPD police officers, district attorneys, legal counsel, and law makers, who have agreed to act as members and supporters, in an effort to help re-energize our efforts in rendering assistance to our community. We strongly believe that the Korean American Advisory Council Law Enforcement is a very much necessary component of our community in order to provide legal protection, information, and assistance within our rights, to both the Korean American community and the police agencies that protect them.


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