Dedicated to Creating Change!
A retired NYPD veteran who served as a
Homicide Detective and Hostage Negotiator, earning a Masters and PhD in Public Policy & Criminal Justice. Currently a Professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Grand Canyon University, 2x author,
and business owner.
A multifaceted consulting firm focused on criminal justice, law enforcement, community education, and police-community collaboration.
The firm operates in
the Law Enforcement Criminal Justice Unit
the Police-Community Empowerment Unit.
Each unit provides insight, knowledge, and professional expertise, operating as a driving force in addressing critical issues, creating viable solutions,
and reporting concise data and facts.
Focused on being an active and relevant part of the law enforcement and criminal justice field by sharing knowledge, developing strategies, devising solutions, and providing insight on issues involving law enforcement and the criminal justice field.
on building strong relationships between
and the police
The goal is to close the widening gap by developing transparency in a collaborative environment while addressing the needs
of both sides.
BEHIND THE BADGE
ADJUNCT ASSISTANT PROFESSOR ALFRED S. TITUS, JR., RETIRED NYPD HOMICIDE DETECTIVE AND HOSTAGE NEGOTIATOR
“What led me to become a police officer was the innate desire to help others. I wanted to assist those most in need, especially during their most difficult times.” — Alfred S. Titus, Jr.
“ “I remind my students that as new, educated law enforcement officers, they can be part of the police reform happening across this country. They can help shape what policing looks like in the future.” — Alfred S. Titus, Jr.
"When speaking to retired NYPD Detective and criminal justice consultant Dr. Alfred S. Titus Jr., one would notice a pattern: the part of the story where he realizes this isn’t the life he wants to live. It’s happened several times in his life (as a teenager, as a professional, on the beat) and he was willing to share it all."
“ ...being from a tough neighborhood, I spent a lot of time in the streets as well. ... I was constantly moving back and forth between doing what’s right and what’s wrong…at some point, I decided that I wanted to do right and I wanted to have a bright future.”
Alfred S. Titus, Jr.
"When our children have fear of the police, interactions with law enforcement become dangerous, because that fear can look like aggression or resistance"
Dr. Alfred S. Titus, Jr.
" The onus lies on both sides... to come to the table and discuss the issues and develop solutions together"
Dr. Alfred S. Titus, Jr.
Let's change the narrative, remove the fear, and rebuild the trust.
The book is one part of a bigger solution to repair the
Children have so many questions about policing, their natural inquisitive and trusting nature should not be clouded by fear.
Explore the Pros and Cons of a career in law enforcement, and how it can and will affect and change your life!