“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.
"... being from a tough neighborhood, I spend a lot of time in the streets as well. So, you know, 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.”
An in-person seminar that shows the community how positive police interactions can be attained.
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