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Reform-minded law enforcement professional with over twenty-five years of experience working in government administration and a demonstrated history of implementing substantial policy and procedural changes designed to improve outcomes and force multiply. Results-driven U.S. Army Veteran, highly skilled in designing and directing new programs and initiatives geared towards promoting professionalism and accountability in order to strengthen trust with the communities we serve. Dedicated to working collaboratively to proactively advocate and support diversity and inclusion.
Graduate of Rutgers University, Newark Campus
|Corinne Mason||Karen Smith-Moore|
|Sly Francis||Lashonda Burgess|
|Mahasin El-Amin||Stacey Lloyd|
|Yolanda Ward||Michelle Tege|
|Kamil Warraich||David Owens|
The Civil Rights & Diversity Committee shall consist of a Chair and its appointed members that are appointed by the Chapter President. It shall be the duty of the Civil Rights Committee to:
He is a product of the public school system and a proud graduate of Atlantic City High School. He joined the Atlantic City Police Department in 1985. As a Patrolman his assignments included Safe Streets Unit (Foot Patrol) and Alpha, Bravo and Charlie Platoons. Between 1988 and 1997 his assignments as Detective consisted of the Narcotics Section, Major Crimes Unit and the Intelligence Unit. During this period, he was also a member of the Hostage Negotiating Team and was the Critical Incident Stress Management Officer for ACPD.
|Richard Gregory||Sandra Walker|
|Olu Ajayi||Lawrence Suffern|
The Constitution and Bylaws Committee shall consist of the Chapter Parliamentarian as the Chair and its appointed members that are appointed by the Chapter President. It shall be the duty of the Constitution and Bylaws Committee to:
While attending high school in Virginia, he became interested in law enforcement. This was a natural career fit for him since he has a genuine love for helping others in the community. Sergeant Destin has a total of twenty-eight (28) years of law enforcement experience. He was employed by the East Orange Police Department from January 1995 to April 2018 and held assignments in various units including, but not limited to the Community Policing Unit, Auto Squad, Patrol Division, School Squad (School Resource Officer), Records Bureau, SDSC (Strategic Decision Support Center), Court Squad (East Orange Municipal Court) and a second time in the SDSC (Strategic Decision Support Center) where he also worked in the Essex County Sheriff’s Office Ballistics Unit. During his time in the SDSC, he was assigned as the agency’s TAC Officer who was the liaison between the FBI and State Police. He also brought five (5) years of law enforcement experience with him from another agency.
|Sandra Walker||Linda Montgomery-Williams|
|Craig Epps||Shawneequa Jackson|
|Shantay Porter||Rapunzle Jackson|
The Dinner Dance Committee shall consist of a Chair and its members that are appointed by the Chapter President. It shall be the duty of the Dinner Dance Committee to:
Presently serves as the first Public Safety Director of the Franklin Police Department, in the Township of Franklin (Somerset), New Jersey. She manages a department of approximately 125 law enforcement and civilian personnel.
Recently retired from the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office in Newark, New Jersey as the first female Chief of Detectives. She is a graduate of New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) graduating with an Engineering Degree in Environmental Science; and she obtained a master’s degree from Seton Hall University majoring in Human Resources Training and Development. She was one of the youngest managers in the City of Newark, during that period she was recognized as one of Ebony magazine’s “30 Future Leaders Under 30”.
|Corinne Mason||Renee McClary|
|Sly Francis||Yolanda Ward|
|Lashonda Burgess||Stanton Holder|
|Mahasin El-Amin||Michelle Tege|
|Dimitri Collins||Robert Turner|
|Bruce DeShields||Tinca Robinson|
|Monica Coursey||Ronald Robinson|
|Keith Lamont Stith||Kidert Jean-Mary|
|Stacey Lloyd||Olu Ajayi|
|Alton Jackson||Harrison Dillard|
The Education and Training Committee shall consist of a Chair and its members that are appointed by the Chapter President. It shall be the duty of the Education and Training Committee to:
Started my career in corrections in August of 1995. I graduated from the Monmouth County Police Academy in December 1997. In December of 2002, I was promoted to the rank of Sergeant.
In September 2008, I was selected to participate in the Immigration and Custom Enforcement’s 287(g) program at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Charleston, SC. The training program was a rigorous four-week training that included coursework in immigration law, the use of ICE databases, multi-cultural communication and the avoidance of racial profiling.
|William Oliver||David Owens|
|Henry White||Whip Wilson|
|Thomas Finlayson||Cynthia Hargis|
|LaToya Krumf||Ronald Robinson|
|Sheilah Coley||Siddeeq El-Amin|
|Earl Graves||Shelia Hobson|
The Finance Committee shall consist of a Chair and its members that are appointed by the Chapter President. It shall be the duty of the Finance Committee to:
|Ronald Robinson||Michelle Tege|
The Health & Welfare Committee shall consist of a Chair and its members that are appointed by the Chapter President. It is the duty of the Health & Welfare Committee to:
Joined the Newark Police Department in 1989. As a patrol officer, she was assigned to the West and East Districts. In 1991, she was a detective in the Narcotics Unit and the East Detective’s Squad. She also worked with the Newark Police Athletic League (NPAL), where she developed and supervised activities for the youth population. In 1996, Director Coley was promoted to Sergeant. In that capacity, she returned to the West District as Patrol Supervisor. She was later assigned to Internal Affairs and Professional Standards Bureaus.
Director Coley graduated from Fairleigh Dickenson University earning bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Administrative Science, respectively. She recently accepted a position to lead the men and women of the Trenton Police Department. Director Coley is also a member of the American Legion.
|Tyrone Williams, Jr.||Corinne Mason|
|Earl Graves||Lawrence Suffern|
|Arlene Evans||Mahasin El-Amin|
|Stanton Holder||Whip Wilson|
|Keith Stith||Harrison Dillard|
The Legislative Affairs Committee shall consist of a Chair and its members that are appointed by the Chapter President. It shall be the duty of the legislative Affairs Committee to:
A native New Yorker who grew up in Southeast Queens and attended Martin Van Buren High School. He is an alumnus of Lehman College with a Bachelors Degree in Economics and holds a Master Degree in Public Administration-Inspector General from John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Thomas began his Law Enforcement career in July 1984, when he was sworn into the New York City Police Department. Rising rapidly through the ranks, he was able to achieve Detective-Investigator, Sergeant and Lieutenant. During his tenure in the New York City Police Department he held several enforcement and administrative positions.
|Vice Chairman: Georges Destin||Linda Montgomery-Williams|
|Olu Ajayi||Alton Jackson|
The Membership Committee shall consist of a Chair and its appointed members that are appointed by the Chapter President. It shall be the duty of the Member Committee to:
|Michelle Tege||Renee McClary|
The Nominations & Elections Committee shall consist of a Chair and its members that are appointed by the Chapter President. Members who are not a
candidate for national office. It shall be the duty of the Nominations Committee to:
Chairperson, Public Relations Committee
President & CEO
A native New Yorker, Sheila Thorne has been a marketing communications professional for more than two decades. A former senior executive in five of the nation’s preeminent marketing, advertising and communications companies, she has guided her team of seasoned marketing and media professionals of color in her own company since 2003. A former middle school and high school teacher of foreign languages, she has represented Fortune 500 companies throughout North America, Latin America and Western Europe.
The Public Relations Committee shall consist of a Chair, Co-chair and its appointed members that are appointed by the Chapter President. The responsibilities of the Public Relations Committee are:
She has been an essential component of the Law Enforcement Community since 2007. In January 2019, Mason joined the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office, where she is currently assigned to the Professional Standards Unit. In this role, Mason is responsible for monitoring and/or conducting sensitive and confidential investigations involving criminal violations committed by elected and appointed officials, as well as other public employees.
A native of New Jersey, Mason earned her Bachelor of Arts in Public Service Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2016, her Master of Human Services at Lincoln University in 2018 and continues to pursue her education through numerous professional certifications.
|Ernest Jubilee||Renee McClary|
|Vice Chairman: Spence Osaigbovo||Michelle Tege|
|Mahasin El-Amin||Lori Scott-Pickens|
|Craig Epps||Karen Smith-Moore|
|Arlene Evans||Alton Jackson|
The Scholarship Committee shall consist of a Chair and its members that are appointed by the Chapter President. It shall be the duty of the Scholarship Committee to:
Born and raised in the City of Englewood. He is a product of the Englewood School system and a graduate of Dwight Morrow High School. He joined the City of Englewood’s Police Department as a police dispatcher in 1987. In 1988 he was hired as a police officer and attended the Bergen County Police Academy as a member of class #61, successfully graduating December 1988. Upon graduation he was assigned to the Patrol Division providing police services to the community. In 1994 he was promoted to detective and served in the Youth Services Unit and Internal Affairs Unit. He was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 1997 and served as the officer in charge of the Traffic Bureau, Records Section, Directed Patrol Unit in addition to Administration and Patrol supervision responsibilities.
|Stacey Lloyd||Bruce DeShields|
|Michelle Tege||Earl Graves|
|Kamil Warraich||Ronald Robinson|
|Corinne Mason||Lori Scott-Pickens|
The Strategic Planning Committee shall consist of the Vice President, a Chair and its members that are appointed by the Chapter President. It is the duty of the Strategic Planning Committee to:
Siddeeq W. El-Amin is a graduate of Summit High School, where he excelled in athletics; a graduate of Rutgers College, New Brunswick, New Jersey (B.S. ’68) and played football. He received his Masters of Public Administration (MPA) degree from Rutgers University Newark in May 1997. He is a former Physical Education Teacher in Woodbridge Township and Piscataway Township, NJ from 1968 to 1971.
From 1971 to 1974, Mr. El-Amin was a Counselor – Special Programs, in the Educational Opportunity Fund (EOF) Program at Rutgers College. El-Amin later served as an Administrative Assistant in the Rutgers University Department of Academic Foundations, writing a Training Manual to train other Counselors and Instructors.
|Earl Graves||Jiles H. Ship|
|Sandra Walker||Eugene Drayton|
|Tyrone Williams||Kamil Warrich|
|Sly Francis||Renee McClary|
|Janeen Taylor||Ronald Robinson|
|Shawneequa Jackson||Georges Destin|
The Ways & Means Committee shall consist of a Chair and its members that are appointed by the Chapter President. It is the duty of the Way & Means Committee to: