is an author, artist, speaker, and a advocate for community based policing as a sustainable solution to urban violence.As leading expert in urban program development aimed at reducing violence Shafiq was instrumental in creating two All American City Award winning programs for New Haven, CT Read More . . .
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"Historically, most circumstances that have involved conflict between police and young African American and Latino/Hispanic males have been the result of a “failure to communicate” by all parties. What you need to know is if the police come up short on communication skills, it will not result in the officer going to jail. You will be the one to pay the price! So pay close attention! Has this happened to you?"
Welcome to the Official Website for Shafiq Abdussabur, author, artist, speaker, and a advocate for community based policing as a sustainable solution to urban violence. Shafiq is a 16 year police veteran and the current president of the National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers (NABLEO).
As leading expert in urban program development aimed at reducing violence Shafiq was instrumental in creating two All American City Award winning programs for New Haven, CT:
CT Ribat Youth Development Institute empowers young urban males with leadership skills for success in a global world.
The Street Outreach Workers Programs aims to reducing gang violence through training and development of re-entry population to become social ambassadors for non-violence.
Shafiq's is a consultant and national speaker who's unique approach to community based policing and urban violence has been written about in the New York Times. He is the author of "A Black Man's Guide to Law Enforcement in America" a straight talk manual to interactions between police and urban males. Going beyond the "driving while black" philosophy, Shafiq using his experience from being on both sides of the uniform to give readers advice on the issues of communication, perception and the truth behind racial profiling.
To Reduce Gun Violence
Friday April 26th, 2013
405 Newfield Ave. Bridgeport, Ct 06610
$125 Per Person
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Challenges for Teachers Educating Young Urban Males
Shafiq Abdussabur speaks to SCSU class of future principals and educational administrators on the challenges of educationg young urban males.