On Friday, June 2nd, I was honored to teach an amazing group from law enforcement both domestically and internationally at the 32nd Annual National Police Conference in Orlando, Florida which was hosted by Attorney General Pam Bondi and the Florida Police Departments. My seminar was “Preventing Crime in the Black community”. This was my second time teaching at this conference which drew 3200 people from law enforcement. My class topic was “How to turn around high crime low-income ethnic neighborhoods through partnerships while enhancing police safety and respect”. In the session, I was excited to announce that our organization is now active in 7 states and rapidly growing within the continental United States. It was great to see friends from last year’s conference and I look forward to return shortly to the beautiful state of Florida.
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