Consulting

Consultation services offered on a pro bono basis to the following groups:

2016-present: "The Base," Boston, Massachusetts (http://www.thebase.org).  Taught college courses in criminal justice in "Freshman Year" program to youth seeking career paths, mentoring, and support.

2016: Action for Boston Community Development (ABCD), Boston, Massachusetts. "Career Explorations Program": Taught college courses in criminal justice to youth seeking career paths, mentoring, and support.

2012-present: American Civil Liberties Union, Washington, DC, and Boston, Massachusetts.  Militarization of Police Project—subject matter expert, and the police use of surveillance technology—subject matter expert.

 

2013-present: Urban College of Boston.  Teaching and consulting duties in the area of child welfare and family law, introduction to criminal justice, and critical issues in criminal justice.

 

2007-2011: Bay Area News Group/The Chauncey Bailey Project.  Analysis of police investigative procedures undertaken in the murder investigation of Oakland investigative reporter Chauncey Bailey

 

2008-present: Massachusetts Association of Minority Law Enforcement Officers.  Taught 22 week, 66 hour course to 80 Massachusetts minority police officers seeking civil service promotion to police sergeant and lieutenant.  Continued advising and consulting on promotion and advancement related issues.

 

2008-present: Marijuana Policy Project (MPP)/Committee for Sensible Marijuana Policy.  Advising and consulting with proponents of ballot referendum question seeking to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana, as well as the 2016 ballot initiative seeking to legalize the sale of marijuana in Massachusetts, the "Committee to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol." 

 

2009-2011: ¿Oiste? The Massachusetts Latino Political Organization.  Advising and consulting with ¿Oiste? and Hispanic police officers regarding promotional opportunities within the Boston police department and accompanying litigation pertaining to discrimination in employment issues.

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